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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Muglets
The home of customised e-cards and mobile avatars
Muglets.com is the place where you can use digital photos to put yourself into Flash animations, Windows screensavers or even on your mobile phone.
Launch
[Add On: Guerino's Muglet]

The Adaption to my Generation
"The whole project began out of spite. I had just purchased a digital camera, and it was rather expensive. My girlfriend asked me why I bought it and what I was going to do with it. I explained. She asked me if I was "going to use it every day", with sarcastic inflection. I told her yes, and resolved to do so. The project began there"
Launch

Miniorgan
I'm focussed on 70s and 80s electronic musical toys - mostly organs - and only a few are older or newer. I only collect electronic machines - not electric, not electromechanical and not mechanical.
Launch

Jingle Bell Reversed
Lissen without distractions [Warning: Scary]
Launch

"This is Pinky, a very loving cat..."
Launch

The prototype Feline Protection and Enhancement System
(aka: Fruit Helmets for your cat)
Launch

The Simpson Maker
Launch [Link Fixed, thanks to Valerio]

Enjoy
G.

Monday, January 30, 2006

A Guerino's Production: Monday Special Selection



The Sex Diet
Besides burning calories, the sex diet will simply put you in a better mood. And, being in a better mood allows more productivity and efficiency in your daily lives, which leaves more time for exercise.
Launch

Breast Pals
"In December 1995, I was looking for creative Christmas gifts for my friends. One day I was watching my sister Lyn use sponges to paint on canvas. I thought, "I wonder if my breasts could work like sponges?" Inspiration struck! So I bought some non-toxic paint and canvas, locked myself in the bathroom, and figured out a technique to paint with my breasts. Wouldn't you know it? Breast Pals was born!"
Launch

Porn addiction? Please.
Let's try a little experiment, right now. Don't click on this link. It has a naked woman in it. Two naked women, in fact. One of them is stunning web pornstress Luba Shumeyko... and both are nude, lounging uncovered on a bed. Wiggle your mouse finger and you can see them both in high-res glory. But don't click it. We're proving a point here....
Launch

The Carwash
Enter your command
Launch

Sexual Organ
Launch

Men vs. Women
Launch

Erotic Puzzle
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Saturday, January 28, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Visual Complexity
VisualComplexity.com intends to be a unified resource space for anyone interested in the visualization of complex networks. The project's main goal is to leverage a critical understanding of different visualization methods, across a series of disciplines, as diverse as Biology, Social Networks or the World Wide Web. I truly hope this space can inspire, motivate and enlighten any person doing research on this field. Launch

Google Date
Google Date lets you enter a date and then searches using Google for what happened on that date and shows three results. Since Google isn't very good at sorting documents for relevance when it comes to dates, it usually doesn't give you a list of big events, but of the things happening in the lives of random people.
Launch

Mac Sucks
"I was the Quake 3 champion in my school. After we got a Mac I got really good at Mine sweeper"
[Refresh the page for different statements]

Launch

Free sources for webmasters
Add some fun to your blog with these images
Launch

Classic Rock Guitar Pose Page
Practical advice and hints about how to Pose like a God of Guitar
Launch

Street Art
Launch

Japanese Commercials
Here there are some cookies
Launch

Cannibal Escape
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Friday, January 27, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
TypeNow
Here you can find TV/Movie-related fonts, music band fonts, and games-related fonts. When installed on your PC, you can use these fonts for programs that you use to write with, make posters or banners, greeting cards, etc. Launch

Fastr - a flickr game
Fastr is a game that uses flickr images. It loads ten images that all share a common tag, one by one, and you guess what the tag is. When you guess right, the tag will turn blue. Then you can watch the pictures until the next set begins. The faster you guess, the more points you get. The points are reset every five minutes
Launch

I want this (part 1): Thumbthing
Ideal for reading in bed, or in the bath or on the beach.
Launch

I want this (part 2): Bed Book
For all of you who love to red in bed
Launch

Go-Cart Case
The ultimate solution against traffic jam
Launch

Home-made T-shirt folder
Launch

Precious Things
"There is no other one like this particular one in the world"
Launch

Paparazzi Game
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Storynest, Pictographic Labyrinth
Storynest, a group from Taiwan, has an impressive collection of sweet interactive applets for your enjoyment.
Their web-site a collection of poetic Flash and Director works and sketches.
Launch

The (unofficial) MENSA Intelligence Test
Believe it or not, this type of test can be a good estimate of intelligence (if you excuse the cultural bias). People that did well on this type of test are likely those who are gifted with verbal ability and linguistic pattern recognition.
Launch

The Einstein's Riddle
Albert Einstein wrote this riddle early during the 19th century. He said that 98% of the population would not be able to solve it.
Launch

Top 10 Bush Moments
As selected by David Letterman
Launch

Chuck Norris Facts
Chuck Norris' tears cure cancer. But he is so badass, he has never cried. Ever. Launch [Add-on: Chick Norris's response to the facts that circulated within the Internet]

The World's worst DJ set ever
Launch

Xtreme Rock'n'Roll
Launch

The Greatest C64 Games of All Times
Playable Directly In Your Browser
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
morgueFile: where photo reference lives
The term "morgue file" is popular in the newspaper business to describe the file that holds past issues flats. Although the term has been used by illustrators, comic book artist, designers and teachers as well. The purpose of this site is to provide free image reference material for use in all creative pursuits. This is the world wide web's morguefile. Launch

The Subway Challenge
Challenge: You are on the Glasgow underground (subway), travelling clock-wise. Can you get off the a train at Buchanan St. and back on the same train the next time it stops at St. Enoch?
Rule: You can break the law if you wish.

Launch

Backmasking
Years ago someone told me that if you played Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven song backwards that you could make out "satanic messages"...
Launch

This Day in Music
What was No.1 on the day you were born?
Launch

The Last Picture
Launch

Workout
Sometimes workouts just don't... Well, work out.
Launch

Flying Car [Weird News]
As captured on Google Earth
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
The Vanishing Point
The built environment of the city has always been incomplete, by omission and necessity, and will remain so. Despite the visions of futurists, the work of our planners and cement-layers thankfully remains a fractured and discontinuous whole, an urban field riven with internal margins, pockmarked by decay, underlaid with secret waterways. Launch

Flickeur
Flickeur randomly retrieves images from Flickr.com and creates an infinite film with a style that can vary between stream-of-consciousness, documentary or video clip. All the blends, motions, zooms or timeleaps are completely random. Flickeur works like a looped magnetic tape where incoming images will merge with older materials and be influenced by the older recordings' magnetic memory. [Requires Flash 8]
Launch

Denial of Perspective
Felice Varini paints lines, concentric circles, and triangles on things (tunnels, castles, groovy interiors). A seemingly random smattering of elements that, viewed from a specific point in space, coalesce into a tangible planar element.
Launch

Science's 10 Most Beautiful Experiments
Robert P. Crease, a member of the philosophy department at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the historian at Brookhaven National Laboratory, recently asked physicists to nominate the most beautiful experiment of all time. We list below 10 winners of this polling and accompany the short explanations of the physical experiments with computer animations.
Launch

13 things that do not make sense
(from the NewScientists.com news service)
From the placebo effect, to the cold fusion, passing through the dark matter, the tetraneutrons, and the not-so-constant constants.

Launch

American Mazes
Launch

Water
Launch

Conclave Obscurum
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Monday, January 23, 2006

A Guerino's Production: Monday Special Selection



The History of 404
In an office on the fourth floor (room 404), an ambitious group of young scientists at CERN (Switzerland) started working on what was to become the media revolution of the nineties: the World Wide Web.
Launch

If Operating Systems Were Beers
Linux Beer: Linux beer is intended for expert beer drinkers only. It originally had no pop tops or cans because you had to brew it yourself
Launch

Vintage Computer Ads
Reminders of the good old days when 8k of memory and a laptop the size of a medium dog were technological advancements.
Launch

The DIY Oil PC (Suggested by Salvatore)
Common sense dictates that submerging your high-end PC in cooking oil is not a good idea. But, of course, engineering feats and science breakthroughs were made possible by those who dared to explore the realms of the non-conventional.
Launch

Winston's Lego Computer
This project took longer than I thought and the computer was heavier than I thought it would have been. I didn't weight it yet. I hope that this case will inspire other modders to create even better lego PCs or Macs.
Launch

Case Mods
Launch

Personal Computer Security
One of the greatest fears computer owners face is the risk of someone breaking into their home and stealing their investment. The effects of data loss, alone, can be devastating! This page will cover a very effective method of protecting your personal computer.
Launch

Personal Computers for Women
Launch

Game-Oldies
Game-Oldies provides thousands of classic arcade and console video games to play directly in your browser, through innovative, fast and easy-to-use emulation technologies. The only requirements are a Java-enabled browser and a reasonably fast computer.
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Everyday
365 pages ago I had a very silly idea. Draw a page everyday for one year. Each day I spent around 1 hour on the page, sometimes more, sometimes less. There was never any planning or preparation, I would just go at it whenever I had a spare moment in my day and had something I needed to write or draw. Launch

The Best UFO Pictures Ever Taken
This website contains many of the best UFO photographs ever taken.
Launch

The "WoW" signal
"Wow" remains the strongest and clearest signal ever received from an unknown source in space, as well as the most fascinating and unexplainable.
Launch

We taste terrible.
This is the winning message of the Space Show's first ever "Message to Space" competition.
Launch

PacMan
Live from the University of Michigan
Launch

Alien in the Room (I want to escape)
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Friday, January 20, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
LibriVox: acoustical liberation of books in the public domain
We love reading, love books, love literature, think the public domain should be defended and enriched, we like free stuff, we like to hear people read to us, and we like reading to other people. It's fun, it's a great community, it's a rewarding public service to the world. And "nothing" is in it for us, except the satisfaction of participating in a wonderful project. Launch

One Word
Simple. You'll see one word at the top of the following page. You have sixty seconds to write about it. As soon as you click 'go' the page will load with the cursor in place. DON'T THINK. JUST WRITE.
Launch

Teach Yourself Japanese
The purpose of this site is to provide a way to learn Japanese by yourself. I would like to introduce Japanese to you, and I will be glad if you are interested in it. I focus on the similarities and differences between Japanese and English.
Launch

The evolution of the alphabet
Launch

Joe La Pompe
This website is dedicated to hunt and collect twin advertising ads worldwide since 1999.
Launch

Origami Tessellations (via All About Nothing)
Eric Gjerde's musings on origami, tessellations, geometry, design, and art.
Launch

Timing is everything
Launch

LA to NY
Launch

Sucked [Weird News]
A mechanic was sucked into a jet engine and killed while passengers were boarding the plane, officials said.
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Liveplasma: The music visual search engine
Liveplasma is a new way to broaden your cultural horizons according to your taste in music and movies. Look for your favorite bands, movies or directors to obtain a map that details other potential interests. Launch

File-Swap: give one file - get one free!
On this web site you can get things like nature photos, self made ring tones, photos of people, wallpapers, midi files, animated icons,
videos or even pdf and text files. Just upload one of your files and see what you get!

Launch

Japan SAQ (Seldom Asked Questions)
Why do anime characters have such big eyes?
What do Japanese people wear under their kimonos?
Is it true that sumo wrestlers can retract their testicles into their stomachs?
...and many many others

Launch

Parking Spots
This site is about people take photographs of toy cars next to real cars.
Launch

Mecca 2006
Launch

Google Holiday Logos (suggested by Luca)
We have a variety of logos commemorating holidays and events. We've put them in this online museum for your amusement.
Launch

Paint a Picasso
Launch

The Right Mix
Don't forget the lemon garnish!
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
PARK(ing): Providing temporary public open space in a privatized part of town.
One of the more critical issues facing outdoor urban human habitat is the increasing paucity of space for humans to rest, relax, or just do nothing. PARK(ing) is an investigation into reprogramming a typical unit of private vehicular space by leasing a metered parking spot for public recreational activity.
Launch

10 Web Trends That Should Die in 2006
Here’s a new years resolution for the web at large: stop doing silly things to users. Following are top trends that I just hope will not see 2007.
Launch

A Girl's Guide to Geek Guys
In the absence of potential mates comes a man you may not have considered before, a man of substance, quietude and stability, a cerebral creature with a culture all his own. In short, a geek.
Launch

The Nerd Gym
In Six Chapters
Launch

The Advertising Slogan Generator
Get More From Guerino.
Launch

The Tower of Pisa
Launch

A Man Impossible to Photograph [Weird News]
On January 6, 2006, Henan Province's Dahe Daily newspaper reported that the local police department was unable to take an ID photo of Ye Xiangting from Yelou Village in the Yangzhuang Township of Wugang City, Henan Province. No image of Ye Xiangting showed up in the computer photos, and there is still no clear explanation for the result.
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
The Perry Bible Fellowship
The Perry Bible Fellowship first appeared in Syracuse University's Daily Orange. In September of 2003, it won the Baltimore City Paper's Comic Contest. It now has several publishers including The Portland Mercury, The Rochester Insider, The Birmingham Black and White, and The New York Press. (Click on titles to read strips). Launch

The Song Tapper
This site lets you search for a song, by tapping the rhythm of its words.
[It's really fantastic, I've tried and it really works!! G.]

Launch

Mythology at the Movies
Mythology is an inherent feature of the imagination of humans, surfacing whenever a story is told. The contemporary world may not literally believe in myths, but they need them more than ever. In many forms, but especially in comic books, the sword and sorcery genre, and in the movies, the mythic imagination is alive and well.
Launch

40 Things That Only Happen In Movies
All bombs are fitted with electronic timing devices with large red digital displays so you know exactly when they are going to explode.
Launch

Sci-Fi Movie Posters
Launch

The Prejudice Map
According to Google, people in the world are known for...
Launch

The Best Cover Band Ever
Launch

Kill Your Boss
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Monday, January 16, 2006

A Guerino's Production: Monday Special Selection



SinsBox
Sinsbox seeks to document all of the world's sins and secrets, aspiring to become the world's largest "sins" database, for everyone to come, confess and enjoy.
Launch

GodChecker.com
We have more Gods than you can shake a stick at. Godchecker's Mythology Encyclopedia currently features over 2,850 deities. Browse the pantheons of the world, explore ancient myths, and discover Gods of everything from Fertility to Fluff with the fully searchable Holy Database Of All Known Gods.
Launch

The Christian's Guide to Small Arms
It is God who arms me with strength, and makes my way perfect
[Psalm 18:32-37]

Launch

New prducts: the USB Digital Bible Key Chain
Sliding switch on the rear of the bible slides out to expose the usb interface plug. Then, all sixty six books of the Bible can be read clearly on your computer screen.
Launch

The Voice of God
Christian Author Mark Virkler is offering a money-back guarantee on his latest book, "How to Hear God’s Voice". His years of success teaching this method around the world and the biblical promises that we can hear from God are the driving forces behind this audacious move.
Launch

Virgin Mary on the Backboard
Some people in a Miami neighborhood are calling an image on a basketball backboard a miracle.
Launch

Did Jesus exist?
"I started this lawsuit because I wanted to deal the final blow against the Church, the bearer of obscurantism and regression," the plaintiff Luigi Cascioli told Reuters.
Launch

The Lego Church
Launch

DevilKid
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Friday, January 13, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Pictures of Walls
Art is not like other culture because its success is not made by its audience. The Art we look at is made by only a select few. A small group create, promote, purchase, exhibit and decide the success of Art. We want to make Art that charts. We thought of calling it a revolutionary new way to sell Art but it's not revolutionary. It's just cheap. Launch

Architecture of Density
Architecture of Density is an exhibition of large scale color photographs by Michael Wolf. Wolf has lived and worked in Hong Kong for ten years. Stimulated by the region's complex urban dynamics, he makes dizzying photographs of its architecture. One of the most densely populated metropolitan areas in the world, Hong Kong has an overall density of nearly 6,700 people per square kilometer. The majority of its citizens live in flats in high-rise buildings. In Architecture of Density, Wolf investigates these vibrant city blocks, finding a mesmerizing abstraction in the buildings' facades.
Launch

Google Maps Locations
Using Google Maps we can find some satellite pictures of some pretty amazing things. Here are a few I and some friends have found.
Launch

1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die
Published in 2005 by Cassell Illustrated. Selected & written by 90 leading international critics, general editor Robert Dimery.
Launch

Subservient Donald
The Donald dances, shows off pantyhose he's wearing, and sells paper towels.
Launch

If you think that your job sucks...
...you should be a snake-catcher in Africa
Launch

Dedicated to the German friends
Launch

Tunnels across the border [Weird News]
More than a dozen tunnels have been found along the southwestern border in recent years. In 2003, U.S. Border Patrol agents found a tunnel that originated in a private house in Mexico and ended in a parking lot on the U.S. side
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Science vs. Fun: who wins?

As probably some of you already know, two different versions of Guerino are actually present in the world wide web, that is, the scientist and the time waster.

The first one is the Ph.D. who is involved in world-wide research projects about next generation wireless communication networks, who teaches Electrical Communications at the University, and who travels the world for disseminating the research results of his group.

The second one is the guy who scans the Internet for the weird, the bizarre, and the unconventional.

So, this is the question that this morning raised in my mind: who wins between Science and Fun?

The answer is here.

Future updates are about to come.

Enjoy
G.
Top Selection of the Day
The Black Helicopters have landed
The Register asked readers to submit image captures from Google Earth revealing potentially sensitive military installations. These are the results. Launch
[Add On: Google Earth menaced by WW2 bomber here]

The Mile Wall
The Mile Wall is a project to build the internet’s longest page. The page will stretch for 1 mile (1.6 km) horizontally and be made entirely of public posted material
Launch

Frvade - The hardest enigma on the Internet
For those of you who enjoyed the Enigma Puzzle (I know who you are)
More than 430000 people have tried to solve the puzzle since April 2005, 0 have succeeded.

Launch

The Motivator
Armed with a digital camera and that non-stop wit of yours, you now have the power to turn a simple photograph into an inspirational message that will burn forever in the hearts and minds of dozens.
Launch

Monopoly Home Rules
These optional rules may make Monopoly a whole new game for you
Launch

I want this: The Laptop Bag For Your Desktop PC
Who says you can't take it with you? The PC-Pro Speedlink Gamerbag wraps up your desktop PC to go.
Launch

I want this: the Motor-Powered Self-Twirling Spaghetti Fork
Thanks to this remarkably pointless new invention, you can now avoid the drudgery of having to twirl your own spaghetti.
Launch

Music videos of the eighties
The good old days
Launch

Stupid Tattoos
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Space Invaders
He goes by the name Space-Invaders. He's based in Paris. He travels the world "invading" cities with his mosaics. Launch
[Add-on: Click here to see Space Invaders' last installation in Paris]

Steve, Don't Eat It!
There aren't too many products that feel the need to reassure you that they are, in fact, "food." Already not a good sign.
Launch

Toool: The open organisation of lockpickers
Lockpicking is the art of opening a lock without damaging it or using a key. This 'opening without damage' can be done in various ways, but is generally done with special tools for that purpose.
Launch

Big Screen Version
One great clip by the video artist Aaron Valdez. Split-screen talking heads and flying graphics collide in a musical homage to the self-righteous rhetoric of Fox News.
Launch

Just for One Day
The short life of a Cyclope
Launch

Sex Vs Love
Launch

Subservient Stickman
Launch

Need Toilet Paper!! [Warning: Gross]
Launch

Micro Racers
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Psygarden: the psychedelic art gallery
A great site that features psychedelic art contributed by numerous artists from all over the world.
Launch

BrandHead
A piece of flash art by Ronald Wisse.
Launch

What Did I Search For?
Another great production from "Games for the Brain"
Launch

Find My Cover
This is good for downloaders
Launch

The Drunk Calendar 2006
Launch

Worth1000 Picture of the Day
Launch

Rectal Foreign Bodies (partially suggested by Salvatore)
The large volume of prior literature on this subject is reviewed, with tabulation of 182 previous cases by type and number of objects recovered and with a discussion of patients' age distribution, history, complications and prognosis.

Launch

Yard Invaders
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Monday, January 09, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
The Opte Project: Mapping the Internet in a Single Day
This project was started by Barrett Lyon as a response to a conversation with his colleagues. His comment during the lunch was that, "I can write a program that can map the entire net in a single day." The comment was met with some hostility. Thus, this project was born. Launch

Top 50 Inventions of the last 50 years
(Selected by Popular Mechanics)
In the past half-century, scientific and technological advances have transformed our world. PM convened a panel of 25 experts to identify innovations that have made the biggest impact, from the hospital to outer space to the kitchen. Here, then, are the breakthroughs of our time.

Launch

Fractal Food: Self-Similarity on the Supermarket Shelf
(aka: The Unclassifiable Romanesco)
Fractal forms--complex shapes which look more or less the same at a wide variety of scale factors, are everywhere in nature.

Launch

Crazy science stuff you didn't know
Launch

The Many Strange Products That Come From Japan
Launch

T-shirt folding
Launch

Conflicting Message
Launch

Treasure Box
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Friday, January 06, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Abandoned Places
Today, the pyramids of the industrial revolution just uselessly stand in the way, they're a scar in the landscape. The deafening noises have been replaced by silence, but if you listen carefully they will tell you their story. Launch

Access All Areas
Infiltration: a web-zine which offers a mix of the practice and theory of urban exploration in areas not designed for public usage.
Launch

What did you learn from the war?
Launch

The complete Bushism
"Just remember: it's the birds that's supposed to suffer, not the hunter"
Launch

Bill Gates’ predictions about speech recognition
A historical review
Launch

How to keep an idiot busy
(for at least a couple minutes)
Launch

If I only had a brain
Launch

Let me give you five
Always great to make new friends
Launch

Enjoy Pelmeni [Warning: Gross]
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Lunchtimers (someone keeps stealing my letters)
We've all seen those fridge magnets that allow you to spell out words from a group of individual letters right? Just open the page and start moving the letters about to create whatever words you want. There is a catch though - you will be doing this with up to 74 other players all working from the same board. Launch

Not Proud: on-line confessions
Confessions are as we see ourselves. It is not always pretty but it is often illuminating.
Launch

The Best Blonde Joke Ever
I’ve heard a lot of blonde jokes in my lifetime, but this one is definatelly the best.
Launch

The Universal Decision Maker
For when flipping a coin just seems so 20th century.
Launch

Retouching
We want to show how easy it is to change someone’s appearance.
A campaign financed by the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs

Launch

The power of PlayStation
Launch

How to tell the difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0
Launch

Things gone wrong
Launch

The Ugly
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Letter James
Letter James creates individualised postcards, e-cards and posters.
Enter the text, and Letter James will then insert it into the appropriate place on the picture motif.
Launch

How to... create Pop Art with Photoshop
Turn your photos into Lichtenstein inspired pop art. This photoshop tutorial will also show you how to create great-looking half tone shading.
Launch

How to... drink vodka and stay sober
Russians believe that foreigners don’t know how to drink. Foreigners do everything to get drunk from the minimum amount of alcohol.
Launch

This is what online reviews are for (via MonkeyFilter)
Amazon reviews written by Noel Hurley.

Launch

I want this: Clocky
Clocky is an alarm clock for people who have trouble getting out of bed. If you hit the snooze button, Clocky will roll off of the nightstand, fall to the floor, and run around the room, searching for a place to hide.
Launch

Taxi Girl
(aka: Wait! Wait!!)
Launch

Mafia
Launch

100 things we didn't know this time last year
(as selected by BBC)
Launch

The easiest video-game ever...
(aka: Tetris for Blondes)
Launch

Enjoy
G.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Top Selection of the Day
Raster
Raster is an art group, deep rooted in the digital art revolution opened up to a large extent by the internet and computers. Raster embraces all forms and mediums of art. Bringing together members from all over the world for one goal. To make good art. Launch

The Onion's Top Stories of 2005
No.1: Bush elected president of Iraq
Launch

Reuters Pictures of the year 2005
Launch

The 2006 New Year's Resolution Generator
After all the drinking is done, and the hangovers have finally worn off the important decision of picking new years resolutions is upon us once again.
(Refresh the page for a new resolution)

Launch

Best sports bloopers of 2005
Launch

How To Find MP3's with Google
This is good for downloaders
Launch

Smart shoes decide on television time [Weird Tools]
Sports shoes that work out whether their owner has done enough exercise to warrant time in front of the television have been devised in the UK.
Launch

The Love Meter [Weird News]
A Russian physicist says he has invented and patented a device that can measure love and friendship.
Launch

Enjoy
G.