godflesh made product
Jan 16, 2001
(races of 50 to
a million miles
to Sports by riotnrrd
|An interesting application of
steganography: SpamMimic turns the
super-secret messages into something that looks like
to Internet by wwwwolf
Jan 15, 2001
It's Finding Kitten, published by O'Reilly and Associates.
to Art by gator
Jan 14, 2001
|GWB Bumper Stickers: Like there isn't enough stupidity on the roads already.
to Outdoors by krisjohn
| Take almost complete control over your windows PC with MS's most powerful tools: the popular regedit and the well-hidden and unsupported Tweak UI.
to Computing by skallas
Jan 13, 2001
|I found your
on the street...
to Culture by bruce
Jan 12, 2001
|Wanted: Drummer for rock band. Must have own equipment. Must be able to play weekends. Must be a Midget.
to Music by skyhook
|At what point does a business meeting go so bad that someone says "Let's bring in a Scantily Leather Clad Dom Clown to be our Meeting Facilitator"?|
to Wackos by skyhook
|God, the tension is everywhere. I haven't committed to a side,
but I have an inclination. I don't
have much time. Is this insanity?
Or does man's factionalism serve a higher purpose?
Nevermind. Definitely insanity.|
to Games by akk
Jan 11, 2001
| Let's be grateful that the Vacuum Tube Midget and Mr. Big Transistor Head didn't make the final cut of Tron and that the cut scenes from Dune can be found on the extended version.
to Movies by skallas
|Bill Clinton writing a paper on ethics? Nah, this auction must be a hoax.|
to Politics by kade
|Siam Soo was a delightful
little phonograph dancing toy from the days of Victrolas.
to Toys by fatherdan
|Back in the stone age of recording, music was recorded on wax
cylinders. Since mass production techniques had yet to be developed, performers
often recorded the same songs hundreds or even thousands of times. George
Washington Johnson probably held the record with The Laughing Song.
to Music by fatherdan
|Last Sept. you were introduced to Icontown. Now you can create your own pixel-art avatar at Stor.co.uk. Yay pixel art!
to Art by krisjohn
|8cm discs are the future. Sony has a digital still camera that uses them, now Hitachi has a DV camera that uses 8cm DVD-RAMs.|
to Gadgets by krisjohn
|Physical resemblences aside, Bruce Sterling isn't apt to be confused with perpetual Hollywood Squares guest Bruce Vilanch anytime soon. While Vilanch may be reknowned in some circles for his comedic stylings on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awards show, Sterling is a member of the cyberpunk literary genre who published the seminal guide to hacker culture: "Hacker Crackdown". In 1998, he delivered a now famous speech that launched the Viridian movement -- dedicated to promoting a radical environmentally-conscious theory of industrial design inspired by Viridian's 'Cybergreen' beliefs.
to Science by rich
|It may not be the stock market, or even eBay, but you can finally sell and trade human souls on the internet.|
to Religion by mrbill
Jan 10, 2001
|In 1942, Bell Labs
built a digital encrypted speech transmission system
with one-time-pads stored on 16" records.|
to History by gator
of bassist and
Chapman Stick® owner
to Music by obvious
|Who's really running the world? Secret satanic "internationalists" or hideous bipedal iguanas? Perhaps we should be more worried about becoming CIA sex slaves.
to Wackos by fatherdan
|Mel Lyman proved that a career
in folk music is the
best place to start a career as a cult leader before deciding that you are,
in fact, God Himself.
to Wackos by fatherdan
|What is more sexy? The idea of being swallowed
whole, or incredibly limber
to Sex by fatherdan
|Polythelia is the medical term for having more than two nipples. It can occur in men and women, and the extra nipples are usually vertically aligned with the normal two, despite how they are portrayed in the movies. They were long thought to be the mark (or Marky Mark) of a witch, but they can now be safely removed to avoid being burned at the stake. Eventually I found two pages with somewhat dubious statistics about polythelia, but the best information about it for a layperson such as myself can be found at Nerve.
to Health by george
|Are you book happy? Get in
touch with like-minded collectors of the weirdest
books to have ever crossed a printing press.
to Books by fatherdan
|I think Diary of a Crazed Mimbanite looks like Star Wars meets Mad.|
to Comics by krisjohn
|What a disappointment! The new millennium arrived and the Apocalypse
is nowhere in sight.
to Religion by fatherdan
|"As an Internet Psychologist, I can help you take
the next step in growing a successful Adult
to Web by tregoweth
|I don't drink, but I hear drinking games can
be fun. Even George Dubbya Bush has one. I'd rather collect $200
and eat one chocolate house.
to Games by krisjohn
must be psychic --
check out that hair!|
to Wackos by tregoweth
|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
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