Bear and Cat is almost exactly like another game I used to play, only that one had an Egyptian theme or something similar. Shoot and match up the colors as they roll along a path. Addicting.
Saint March describes itself perfectly: “It’s like Lemmings but with Saints instead”.
Even though my Free Flat Screen quest is stuck at 6 out of 8 needed, I’m going for the free Mini Mac. This offer requires 10 referrals, but damned if I don’t want one of these things. Come on, help a brother get a computer that can use Garage Band! Rate the Offers is invaluable to those looking at the different choices. I chose Complete Home based on the reviews. A quick note if you register for any free.com offer, you can ignore the optional surveys and just go back to the main site.
Nathalia Edenmont makes some odd pieces of art involving dead animals. The mouse finger puppets were a favorite. Thanks to Chris for the link.
Every once in a while I search for info on the MKULTRA project. I hadn’t seen these scanned documents before. Interesting.
Sound effects aside, Rocket Bob‘s a good game.
Check out a photographic walk through women’s fashion in Japan from the 1860′s to present.
It’s a beer label motherload in Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator format.
Racing pigeons, yet another thing I’ve never heard of before now.
For no reason other than to waste your time, here’s the square root of two to 1 million digits.
Learn your gang signs so you don’t look like an idiot when you hit the streets.
I’m still in shock that nobody cared enough to get me a Quantum Sleeper for Christmas.
Not everything submitted to Wikipedia can be gold. Here’s some entries that didn’t make it.
This story’s short and shows once again how small this World really is.
UFO Rally: race your UFO to the end as fast as possible without hitting the sides. Nice and simple.
Stack the blocks to match the diagram shown before time runs out: Stackopolis.