I took the day off today as it’s my birthday. Yay for me! The only thing I did today site-wise was to add a fancy schmancy plugin that makes the site easily readable if you happen to come here using a Nintendo Wii. Hey, us dorks know that browsing the web on your tv is fun for at least 5 minutes. Happy New Year and all that jazz! See you on Tuesday.
The History of the Guillotine, a timeline.
The Game Guru Giveaway is tough. A new question every day with some gaming prizes. I don’t usually plug contests, but this one has some fun questions, just ignore the ad-related ones if you can.
Finally they made that Pac-Man/vacuum crossover I was hoping for: Hoover Fusion Frenzy.
Roll and collect the stars: Snow Ball Joe.
If you’re looking to kill some time then head over to the Age Project and guess how old people are.
The Land of Tuh has an oddball collection of movies, clips, articles and the like. They have 8 episodes of Mach Baron (Japanese live action robot show), Zsa Zsa Gabor, a BBQ from 1970 and more. Not everything is safe for work, so look before you leap.
MyCrimeSpace shows MySpace pages for people that are in the news for criminal acts.
This collection of declassified Mk-Ultra Project documents has some really interesting pages, just be prepared to squint at some of them.
Get a Wii for the holiday? LiquidIce’s Nintendo Wii Hacks is a look at what people are doing, mainly with the controller.
Dedroidification, a fairly random selection of streaming video links.
Merry Christmas all! See you tomorrow.
Snow Line‘s one of those “draw the line, press play and hope you’ve created a working route” games. Oh, with Santa though so it’s Christmas-like.
Cityrag has taken a list of the top 50 Greatest Cartoons as voted on by animators and posted a link to the video for each one (except the classic “Gertie the Dinosaur”, if I could convert videotapes to my computer I’d add it).
In my search for interesting podcasts (a hard thing to find it seems), I’ve recently found a good resource of public radio podcasts.
Something Old, Something New has their Christmas mix online. Good choices with the Flaming Lips, 5,6,7,8′s, The Fall and more.
Zamzar converts your files online. They handle images, audio or video with a variety of formats. Switch your mp3 to an ogg or your wmv to an ipod-ready file. Nice.
What’s quickly become a holiday favorite in my house, South Park’s “Christmas Time In Hell”. Opening scene with Adolph Hitler of course.