I know you’ve been looking for a place to read stories about Roy Oribison in Clingfilm.
This game used light in a great way: Closure.
Print and make your own Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Mario, Peter Griffin or even President Obama. There are tons to choose from.
Harper’s Magazine has a handy dandy list of stats from the Bush era. If you’re a Bush fan please note that they’re not all related to the man, just the time-frame he was in office. For example: “Minimum amount that religious groups received in congressional earmarks from 2003 to 2006: $209,000,000″. See? There are assholes on both sides.
Can someone explain how using a lighter and fluid fills a tire? Does it keep the air? What?
There’s not much else to say really, this site shows off imagined superuseless superpowers. “Achieving 99% opacity” is my favorite.
I absolutely realize that no company is going to be perfect for everyone, but it’s still interesting to read some letters from former Google employees.
If you’re in the mood for a terribly depressing, yet fascinating documentary, Dr. Money and the Boy With No Penis is a good choice.
Forgot Youtube, someone created Esoterictube which has “alternative” videos from many different sites in a nice layout. That some of them come from Youtube is not lost on me.
I’ve posted a few “Old Time Radio” sites in the past, but this collection is the best I’ve seen. They have what appears to be a complete, or at least very close selection of my personal favorite, Jack Benny (names for the show included The Jack Benny Show, The Canada Dry Program, The Chevrolet Show, The General Tire Show, The Jell-o Program, The Grape Nuts Flakes Program and The Lucky Strike Program).
Need royalty-free, staged photographs of people attempting to vomit? You’re welcome.
PlayCrafter is a neat idea, letting people create games and share them online. Unfortunately for me, I’m a talentless hack.
You know the “now loading” Flash preloaders you sometimes see on particularly busy websites, but now see a little less as broadband gets more popular? Watch one after another (after another (after another)) and relive some of them from 2002-2008. Look, I don’t know why you’d want to either, just go there already.
They don’t get much shorter than photos of poems written on Post-It Notes.
Forget some of the weird crap you see online made these days, this collection of penny postcards shows there have always been some strange ideas out there.
Kayak King (get it? ha!) is my newest drive-me-crazy-but-I-will-finish obsession. Navigate your kayak through the goals while fighting the current.
If you’re looking for something to watch online, you could always do worse than a documentary. This site has a nice selection.