Jan 10, 2001
|I'll never use another chippy-breaky CD "jewel" case again, now that
I found instructions on making an origami CD case:
19K GIF; 24K PDF -- from the web site of some mathematician who does neat origami.
to Gadgets by sburke
Jan 9, 2001
|Funny how Yahoo! News' most popular photos and most emailed photos tend to be ones that show a hint of flesh. Click on, you magnificent perverts!
to Sex by tregoweth
|It may be hard for These Kids Today to believe, but there was computer porn
before the public discovered the internet.|
to Computing by dha
Jan 8, 2001
| Witness the criminal thoughts and actions of a self-confessed Pot Brownie Dealer. On the other end of the scale we have 70 year old Brownie Mary who only sells to those who suffer. |
to Drugs by skallas
| The feds are coming down hard on counterfeit money, even in the most unlikely of places. Think you're counterfeit savvy? Take the test.|
to Commerce by skallas
hardware uses physical security to perform sensitive operations (like
decryption and public-key signature) safely in a potentially hostile
environment. This technology is used in applications from postage to safeguarding
nuclear weapons, and attacking it is the subject of much research.
Commercially available tamper-proof systems include GEMPlus smartcards, crypto iButtons,
extremely secure devices from
to Computing by gator
|Feed Magazine thinks that Cast Away is almost pure product placement. How far could it go?|
to Media by krisjohn
|Where do Quake players turn when they have problems with their "joysticks" or trading wives? Luckily Mynx is there to get them over their crush on Lara Croft. Hilarity ensues when she chooses a style pioneered by two leading humor sites.|
to Sex by george
The everyday event becomes beautiful when you capture it properly. Mark Garfinkle, Boston Herald staff photographer, waited a year or two for this shot. Canon digital camera, 600mm lens with a 2x TC, an effective focal length of about 1800mm (with the digital magnification). More airplane porn here!
to Transportation by gen
|Scott McCloud, author of Reinventing Comics, has a new edition of "I Can't Stop Thinking!" which discusses the future of online comics but also serves as an interesting commentary on the future of content online.|
to Comics by gen
Jan 7, 2001
"Just imagine" porn.|
to Toys by robray
|The recent Penny Arcade/Jerkcity interplay fits surprisingly well in the standard plot structure of exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and denoument. Ahulgahlahg.|
to Comics by george
Jan 6, 2001
|If you prefer the dark and pessimistic portrayal of Post-WWII America found in the film genre called film noir compared to the blissful optimism of most mainstream films of the time, you'll definitely want to check out the film Al Gore can't bring himself to watch: Narrow Margin.|
to Movies by rich
|"Mommy, it's not my fault. I got bad grades because I watch TV and I'm not Asian!"
to Education by djinn
|Why is everyone so infatuated with "reality" TV? There are shows about dogs, marines, guns, hitchhikers, classified ads, really old people, novelists, and home decorating. There are at least six million fan sites, blogs, news sites, and application sites. What's next?
to Television by djinn
Jan 5, 2001
When a joint is flexed enough that the volume of the space between the
bones substantially increases, sometimes the gases dissolved in the
synovial fluid between the bones come suddenly out of solution. This allows
the joint to expand further, and it also makes a popping or cracking
to Health by gator
The solitaire card game FreeCell
gained wide exposure (and, perhaps, some
notoriety) from its inclusion in various Microsoft
operating systems. Check out the FreeCell FAQ,
including a pointer to an unsolvable
instance of the game. Also, I guess I shouldn't have been surprised to find
out that freecell.com hosts an
advertiser-supported web version of the game.|
to Games by gator
|As kids, we all wanted to Be a Pepper Too, but for those who buck the trend, there's the Dr Pepper Clone Page and Kibo's Fake Dr Pepper Roundup.
to Food by mrbill
|It was created in the search for a better mattress spring. Military units and amateur radio operators have used them for antennas. You too, can get your very own multi-purpose Slinky.|
to Toys by mrbill
|If what you really want to do is direct, you can make your very own Flash movie at DFILM. Or, at the Swedish site Fjällfil, make a music video...with a cow.|
to Art by idat
|The Antichrist has been found by some smart fellers who say the Prince of Darkness is none other than the Prince of Wales.|
to Wackos by sylvar
|I've long had a thing for
Glasses. Some things, however, are definitely NOT SEXY.
to Sex by skyhook
|Are you having trouble planning a quick and easy meal for that special occassion? You might want to seek some advice from the experts. Although, I'm not entirely sure that Martha Stewart (even on a really bad hair day) would approve of a menu consisting of "Chef salad (any dressing except oil and vinegar), two bacon cheeseburgers all the way (cut the onions), deep fried home fries (with chili powder on top), pitcher of fruit flavored milkshake, two scotch eggs (boiled and packed in a sausage roll, battered and deep-fried and served with syrup), slice of pie".
to Food by rich
|Airtoons seems like a logical extension of Project Mayhem.|
to Travel by george
|Everyone knows that Pokemon makes kids explode, but apparently it also steals their souls in the process.
to Religion by george
|Can't choose between good and evil? Learn to do evil right at Evil Science University. No information yet on where to learn how to do good (not to be confused with doing well).|
to Education by djinn
to Television by moose
|Vigilante justice is, I think, a pretty common theme among the wackos of the world, but against oneself?
to Wackos by djinn
Jan 4, 2001
|Dr. Math answers any math question, from Elementary School
to College level, with cogent and concise explanations.
to Mathematics by joshua
Jan 3, 2001
|Dear pathetic Macintosh fanatics: IT'S OVER. YOU LOST. GET OVER IT.|
to Computing by peterb
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