Friday, January 18, 2002

Well, let's play around with the colors some more...
Links to downloadable episodes of things like the Simpsons and various other tv shows, etc. Oh, to have freaking cable...sigh. Enjoy, my better bandwidth friends. Episode Heaven
This is cool...I want one. The military is developing this robocop-type exoskeleton that'll enable soldiers of the (near) future to easily lift 400 lbs, enabling them to carry bigger weapons, more supplies, as well as running at faster speeds, basically it'll make you Steve Austin, the Six Million dollar man. Exoskeleton

Thursday, January 17, 2002

Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later...Adam Ant, popular eighties singer, was committed to a mental hospital in london. Says Ant "The whole thing's a conspiracy and they are out to get me. I'm not mad." Okay Adam. :) People | Adam Ant committed to mental hospital's not the jetpack I wanted but still....Solotrek's First Test Flight

Wednesday, January 16, 2002

Horrific musical recordings by celebs....hehe... hi
Pop-under ad haters united...I hate those things too. ASAP!   A Stand Against Pop-under ads!
I'm more of a Tekken player myself but I remember when Streetfighter was all there was and we liked it, dammit. X-Men vs. Street Fighter (online)
Documenting Early Radio
Paper toys you can print and fold. Paper Toys - Paper Cut-Outs - Custom Paper Models at
Nifty experiments you can build with household materials...not just your everyday stuff either, they have things like instructions on how to build your own "Edison style" phonograph, among other things. Bizarre Stuff You Can Make in Your Kitchen
Ladies...this guy is probably the coolest guy who's ever lived, to hear him tell it, anyways...beware, heartbreak ahead. A geocities spectaclular. Asian Prince
B3TA : WE LOVE THE WEB has added a few new games, by the way, check out their guestbook, pretty neat.

Tuesday, January 15, 2002

This is pretty funny...some guy was going around swindling people using the name of a fictional lawfirm called - I swear - "Dewey, Cheetum and Howe". Didn't any of these people ever see The Three Stooges? Ananova - Your personal web page

Monday, January 14, 2002

Wow...this is an incredible photograph. Earth at Night -- Spectacular!
Funny site :) futurefeedforward
Ghost sites:

This exhibit - The Museum of E-Failure - is an attempt to actively preserve the home pages of sites that will probably disappear in the next few months. Our goal is not to laugh at the fallen, but to preserve their last image, before all traces of these sites' existence are deleted from history's view. It is my hope that these screenshots may serve as a reminder of the glory, folly, and historically unique design sensibilities of the Web's Great Gilded Age. May no historical revisionists ever claim that this wacky period didn't happen - these screenshots prove that it did!
-from the Ghost Sites main page.

Ghost Sites [January 7, 2002]
Here's one for my hockey fan friend, Broad Street Bully: stream after stream after STREAM of hockey brawls, among other things.... Broad Street Bully - Philadelphia Flyers History and Multimedia Site
The condiment packet is finally given the exposure it deserves. Weird little site. The Condiment Packet Museum
A good sampling of goofy things people auction on the web, I may hav blogged this already, but oh well. If so here it is again. Who Would Buy That? (auction oddities from all over the web)