Time Magazine claims it’s the 30th Anniversary of Punk. I’m not sure that’s true at all, but the photos used are worth checking out for Ramones and Sex Pistols fans.
Tower Bloxx is a fun stacking game. Quite addicting.
Deviant-TV posts double feature movie trailers. Any site that takes the time to track down “Flesh Gordon” is ok with me.
wikirage tracks Wikipedia pages with the most edits per unique editor. It’s always interesting to see what people are into.
ZetaFlow‘s a space shooter with lots of loud noises.
Update your Google Cheat Sheet. Man alive, they just keep growing.
WishbookWeb.com has old Christmas catalogs scanned in to browse. Mostly from Sears, the earliest is from 1944 and the latest from 1985.
It’s been a while since I linked to an artist. Kristen Ferrell‘s work is definitely odd enough to warrant a look. Good stuff.
How far can you throw the paperplane? My best is 55.441m.
I don’t care that Jelly Battle is a plug for Logitech, this game is excellent.
Quiz yourself and prepare to beat your head against a wall: The Paradox Trials 2.
I’m way late to the Skull-A-Day party (they’re at 74 as of this typing). A skull creation a day? Sold!
Bacon Salt, because you know you want everything to taste like bacon.
I’ve seen more and more newspapers printing stories about the Jena Six case, but it’s still under the radar of a lot of people. Read up if you haven’t, it’s one ridiculous case. Unfortunately, the Rev. Al Sharpton has appeared on the scene. I hope this doesn’t turn people off, these teenagers could use as much support as possible if they really are as screwed as it seems.
ABC News has an interesting article for true crime readers: “Could Jeffrey Dahmer Be to Blame for Adam Walsh’s Murder?”. An interesting theory, probably never to be proven.
Mtv talks to some former album cover babies, including “Nevermind”, “A Boy Named Goo” and the first Violent Femmes record. Where Is The Nirvana Baby Now? needs more photos but is otherwise an ok read.