Today, in helping this blogger find out what the other side of the elbow is called, that soft underbelly of the arm where it crooks (ahh, wait! is it called the crook?), techie Ted came across something on Elbow Etiquette from April, 2004, on SimpleBits.com. It wasn’t any help at all in naming that bendy body area for us, but it suggested new ways of designing armrests in such places as airplanes, trains, and theaters, where seats are placed next to each other and neighbors don’t always share. It was a short post with three possible solutions to the problem, simply illustrated. We mention it here only because it got 101 COMMENTS! That’s, like, more than, say, Gawker and Defamer get in a day combined. Armrests.