All ready for June, Friday People? (And is it just me or is this year zipping right along?)
» News.com.au: The Best Of Google Street View
Some crazy images captured by the Google van.
Sent in by Ana D. (who I still can’t find in street view.)
LOLCAT-themed interpretations of 15th and 16th century manuscripts and woodcuts.
“Oh noes! Mah soul!!!1!! I iz sufferin lawts :(”
» MikeSacks: Ikea Instructions
These are surprisingly accurate! 🙂
» Dino Run
Amazingly enough: this cheeseball looking game is also multiplayer! Not bad at all.
Sent in by Traci T.
» Sweet Baby Jesus: Check Out The PONCHO!
[self explanatory… and quite insane!]
Most likely NSFW, so be careful.
Happy Friday, and Happy June!
Wow. Friday at last!
And therefore: some links!
» Yeondoo Jung: Wonderland
This Korean photographer decided to interpret several children’s drawings. The results are pretty amazing.
» This Peanut Looks Like A Duck
A blog completely devoted to everyday items which resemble a duck. Insane.
» Cassettes From My Ex
“They were into you, so they made you a tape.”
A collection of mixtape compilations and the stories behind them. Some very poignant stories in here.
Sent in by Jennidub.
» Through The Tunnel
Manoeuvre your player through an endless tunnel with lots of surprise obstacles.
Sent in by Ashy.
Have a spectacular weekend, Friday people!
Happy Friday! And for some of us: It’s a long weekend! Whuhoo!
Here we go…
» How to Pass for a Native New Yorker
Sent in by Melmel, who loves this one: “A New Yorker never waits on line for a cupcake.”
“The gethuman movement was created from the voices of millions of consumers who want to be treated with dignity when they contact an enterprise for customer support.”
This site contains instructions, by company, for how to cut through voicemail menu hell and connect with a human operator. Extremely helpful and thorough site.
Sent in by Frank P.
» Eegra: Hilarity Comics
Some insane – and I do mean insane – little comics here from this group of videogame critics. this one made me laugh out loud.
There are also some great articles on there as well.
» Blast Billiards
Aim for the bombs and try to sink them all before the timers finish their countdown. Addictive!
Have a fantastic weekend everybody!
You know what time it is. 🙂
» Jimpix: Terrorism In Context
Why focus so much stress on terrorism when smoking, alcohol and cars all kill far more people on a daily basis?
Sent in by Ana D. A good read!
» Space Shuttle Processing: Rarely seen by the general public
Indeed! All the steps needed to assemble and launch the Space Shuttle Discovery.
If you’re a space travel nerd like me, this is pretty amazing.
» Condiment Packet Gallery
Yikes. There’s a collector for everything isn’t there. It even has a special section on a limited set of condiment packets produced by Taco Bell which featured little sayings on them.
Pretty neat browser hack that allows you to draw kaleidoscopic artwork. Fun!
Sent in by Ash.
Happy Friday everybody!
Welcome to May!
» Life Before Death
“The work by German photographer Walter Schels and his partner Beate Lakotta, who recorded interviews with the subjects in their final days, reveals much about dying – and living.”
Sent in by Drea L.
» Hobnox Audiotool Demo
Unbelievable! A set of oldskool music composing devices, all running in your browser. Not bad at all.
Sent in by Jennidub, who I will now rename “DJ ‘Ssauga”.
» 360 Cities
“the World’s fastest-growing Virtual Reality network, now with more than 50 cities and over 6,000 virtual reality panoramas.”
Fantastic! (And not a bad Google Maps hack either.)
Sadly, no Toronto (yet.)
Takes a while to load, but it’s worth it. Hand drawn game by Jurgis Jonaitis and Justinas Malijonis. This has apparently been around for a while, but I only tripped across it recently.