If you’re into old movies, check out Black and White movies (search by year, genre and title letter). They even have Young Frankenstein (the only 70′s move)
Ever wanted to share just a portion of a youtube video? Now you can with TubeChop (cannot see that they allow other flash video sites, but don’t think they do…for now)
not all that great a game (anyone have a better one?), but funny nonetheless
Apparently I haven’t checked the status in a while, because the excellent Sharpeworld has been back for a while. Time to hit some archives.
There’s not much else to say really, this site shows off imagined superuseless superpowers. “Achieving 99% opacity” is my favorite.
If you missed it, Seth MacFarlane’s Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy has begun. Short films by the man behind Family Guy and American Dad. Nothing that you’ll literally split your sides over, but they’re free.
You haven’t heard Rush’s YYZ until you’ve heard (and seen) it played by an 11-year old on the keyboard.
Read up on movies coming out in 2008. Most I’ve never heard of, but a few do sound promising.
This list compiles choices for “he 10 Most Irritatingly Impossible Old-School Video Games”. Having Friday the 13th on there made it for me.
Like Alluc.org and similar sites, this one also aggregates online video, but with several useful filters
If you bought an iPhone and hate AT&T, go back your old cellphone and use the iPhone soley as an iPod and for WiFi.
The Vanity Fair article “Simpson Family Values” has quotes from pretty much anyone ever involved on the show. An interesting read, even if you think the show’s sucked since season 9.
If you’re looking for an offbeat comic to read today, you could do much worse than The Adventures of Dr. McNinja. He’s a ninja AND a Doctor.
If you have an Xbox 360 and are curious about Pac-Man CE, it’s amazingly addictive.
Do you reminisce about old-school table-top arcade games? Dig the movie “Minority Report”‘s Techie scenes? Have easy access to $5000 and $10,000? Microsoft’s new ‘surface’ PC will satisfy your needs when it’s released this winter. Reminds me of NYU’s Jeff Han’s similar project. If you’re in NYC on June 9, go to the Sheraton NY Hotel and Towers for a public viewing of SURFACE. The Seattle PI has videos not shown on the MS site.