Put your pictures through the Warholizer.
Read about 34 random facts. Good ones though, some are actually interesting.
Man, I can’t believe Forbidden Zone is 26 years old already. A weird movie, worth it to see Danny Elfman play the devil performing Cab Calloway variations.
Have an opera glove fetish? For the Love of Opera Gloves has you covered!
NPR takes a look at how Vince Guaraldi’s soundtrack for “A Charlie Brown Christmas” almost had the show cancelled.
Play Lazer Trap‘s a slightly different take on one of my all-time favorites, Qix.
This will appeal to nobody but World of Warcraftnerds, so I found it interesting. World of Warcraft Top List shows the most gathered items, toughest enemies, etc.
Mtv has an interesting look into online gold farming, mainly of the World of Warcraft variety. Seeing inside some of the places where workers farm is a bit depressing.
Photographs of Twin Peaks, then and now.
“Secret Masonic Handshakes, Passwords, Signs and Grips for the Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason Degrees of Blue Lodge Freemasonry” is one of the longest page titles I’ve encountered.
Watching this kid show the fact that he’s double jointed made me a bit queasy.
In the mood to be creeped out? If you haven’t heard it before, check out the last day of Jonestown via the tape recorder that was near Jim Jones. Warning: not for everyone, people can be heard dying on this thing, it’s not a nice recording. Right click to save.
A Something Awful forum-goer relates how his Nintendo Wii controller broke his television. I haven’t come close to actually losing a remote in flight, but I did whack my son in the head with it once. Accidentally, I swear!
I don’t have a microphone at my computer… has anyone tried out Welcome to The Hi- Def Chamber?
This Is Broken points out mistake, errors and goofs from various businesses. Some are interesting, some not so much. Still, it’s a good page.
Cracked presents the “Five Most Unintentionally Funny Albums of 2006″. I’ve always hated Belle and Sebastian and The Mars Volta, so good.
I’m not sure why these are all coming out at the same time, but here’s another game where you have to draw lines to keep things moving: Scribble. Warning: the lines disappear over time, so keep an eye on things!
Here’s an easy way to search for that website name you seek so badly. Be sure to check out the Tools section!