Not the most exciting game around, but not the worst: Jet Ski.
Box various breakfast items in Breakfast Brawl, a Punch-Out clone.
The Patent Room features “early 20th Century industrial design uncovered in U.S. Patent Office archives”.
Enjoy this gallery of amusing and sometimes stupid Shop Horror in Britain.
I’m not so sure how much I trust a website I’ve never heard of with access to my website, but Surftp might be a handy tool for someone. FTP access when you can’t install a client.
Collect the crystals: Laser Envy.
For no particular reason other than that I find it fascinating, I’ve been re-reading some books and finding new sources of information on the Charles Manson and “Family” case(s). The Los Angeles Public Library has a huge selection of photographs with a cumbersome review process. Here’s a quick page of 240 that I’ve uploaded. The filenames describe the image a bit. Pardon the typos, it was time consuming enough to download all the images without spellchecking my filenames.
Rocket Bike is sort of an updated Excitebike.
Oh those wicked, wicked Beatles.
Have a website and want to know if someone’s stealing your writing? Copyscape to the rescue!
The BBC has a well done crime section online. Serial murder, information on crime fighters, infamous crimes and forensics are covered.
Avatar High is a bit like the Sims, minus the excellent graphics and longetivity. Still, it’s a nice piece of Flash.
Nuke, flood or otherwise damage a webpage: Netdisaster. It doesn’t seem to like sites with stylesheets (like mine).
If you’re looking for information on the Manson murders, Cielo Drive‘s worth a peek.
Eliot Shepard takes some nice digital photographs, mainly of people.