Steppenwolf, a slightly cinematic adventure game.
Posterwire, a movie poster weblog.
This site has many pictures of the shoes of various musicians for some reason.
The Hype Machine lets you stream music from various mp3 blogs as one long playlist. Nice.
Squeaky: collect the bottles and get out.
Thanks to the 365 Days Project mirror I located my new favorite album: Charlie the Hamster Sings the 10 Commandments. I can’t believe I missed it the first time around. Do a search on the page to find the track, and don’t miss Pac-Man who’s right before it.
Another geeky link from Paul, GoogSpy shows you what adwords companies are paying for to get their sites pushed in Google. The site’s getting hammered at the moment, so your odds of getting in today are a little low. Runtime Error’s are pretty common.
The Dan Clore Necronomicon Page. Interesting info, with a lean towards the “HP Lovecraft made the whole thing up” school of thought.
The Asian Horror Encylopedia is the place to go if you need to know what a Shikome is.
Fit the pieces in the right positions as fast as possible: Fulfillment.
Transcripts of Alfred Hitchcock’s movie trailers, including some notes about each.
Thanks to John for the link to Heavy.com’s streaming comedy section. Richard Pryor, Bill Hicks, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Eddie Murphy and more. Not safe for work if cursing’s a no-no.
Edwardian Delights has some nice vintage photographs and prints scanned in, including advertising and pictures from Irving Klaw’s studio (that part’s not safe for work).
Operation G.R.A.D.U.A.T.E.S. is a top down shooter aimed at kids, so it’s a bit easier than the usual. Oh yes, turn the sound down.
I’m guessing this Guess-the-Google game has either already been posted everywhere, or will be by the end of the day. My high score: 278.
This site devoted to the New York Subway System has a wealth of information, photos, scans and more. The dining car menus were fun.
Watch some free television including The Office (UK version), Arrested Development and MacGyver. There’s more in the members section, but those are indeed free.
If you’re looking to kill some time via the old entertainment medium of reading, this article of a college student fighting back against Microsoft and their insane legal department is pretty good.