Semi-Regular Randomly-infrequent dispatches on click-worthy entertainments, art, interesting facts & more!
A comparative study of David Lynch's hair vs. Well-Known Works of Art:
Play or build the World's Biggest Pacman game.
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring is "performed" by a gravity-powered marimba in the forest: httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_CDLBTJD4M
Need a title for your next B-Movie? Look no further than the Hanttula B-Movie Title Generator that will create no less than 253,440 spectacular titles at your whim.
Why waste your time with Angry Birds when you can play Crush the Castle 2? Hurl an assortment of objects at fortresses of ever-increasing complexity as you attempt to crush castles across the land.
PLAY: Famous Objects from Classic Movies (FYI: there are currently 101 movies listed in the game)
Time.is is a site with a single purpose: telling the exact time for any place around the world. The display even checks your computer's clock for accuracy and will notify you of how far off, exactly, your computer is from the "official" time.
The Internet Wishlist is a place for people to post their ideas for apps & websites that they wish existed. "Think of it like a suggestion box for the future of technology."
Behold, Brian Stuckey's 'The Last Breakfast' (larger version & prints available on his site):
Digging the 'Cinema Monumental' animated illustrations of Meiko Windisch.
Play NOW: The Great Gatsby in 8-Bit videogame form!
Dear viewer, meet the future... of beer consumption. Rather than wait for a bartender to pour individual glasses, a new machine fills cups automatically from the bottom up. I could go on, but just see for yourself. It's almost like m-a-g-i-c....
This amazing commercial from our incredible past provides the only proper way to introduce something as delicious as Giblet Gravy & Sliced Turkey... with Academy Award level theatrics. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqx9zbdfK9k [BTW, I've checked, "Giblet Gravy...
A well-paced and informative video on the differences between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England. Watch and learn... literally... httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNu8XDBSn10
Bringing you the future that never was: the Paleofuture blog introduces visitors to the great & grand concepts of yesteryear.
Now that you've learned how to sled (below), here's a classic video of a quicker way to perform another popular wintertime activity: folding t-shirts. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5AWQ5aBjgE