The following 14-minute masterpiece is the pilot for “Kids Show,” a deranged version of Sesame Street developed by comedy writers Vernon Chatman and John Lee for USA Networks, but recently sold to MTV for a six-episode contract. The quality of this video isn’t very good, but it doesn’t matter. (Warning: Not for the easily offended.)
Obsolete games exempt from copyright — most ROMs are now legal?!
Boing Boing's new IP address — domain will start resolving correctly soon
CEO Halloween Masks — Forbes has the most annoying video ads
Friendster rejects Google's $30m buyout bid — I can’t believe they turned it down
Sonic Wire Sculpture — 3D rotating sketchpad translates lines to sound
Entire contents of S.F. apartment stolen — after cleaning it out, they cleaned it up
Insanely great pumpkin carvings — the best I’ve seen
Microsoft Wallop — intelligent microcontent client for Longhorn
Neat Expose/Ctrl-Tab idea — Windows should adopt this, as well
Lafayette Project renamed to Kinja — supposed to go live in the next two months
2600 on the White House robots.txt — the excluded files were available elsewhere on the site
Build your own tail — sure, but is it prehensile?
End of the World — Flash, one potential scenario
Google interested in creating a book database — wants to compete with Amazon?
Worst infographic ever — you’d burn to death while trying to interpret this map
TinyURL whacking — someone there has a sense of humor
The White House's robots.txt — why hide so much from Google?
Your Own Dot Org — Shannon’s tribute song to Ben & Mena
Cher anonymously calls C-SPAN — I’d love an audio clip of this
Sidetalkin' — mocking the Nokia N-Gage
There.com officially launches online world — with virtual Nike product tie-ins
Fox News threatened Simpsons over parody — Fox News vs. Fox Broadcasting
In-car device changes stoplights from red to green — cause traffic accidents for only $300
MyTunes, cheat for Windows iTunes — save shared music on your network to your hard drive
Amazon's Book Search threatened by Author's Guild — they bring up some great ideas, like searching cookbooks and reference materials
Sand applet — left-click to draw, right-click to erase
Power Filesharer — 23 200GB drives is 4.6 terabytes
The Aeron wheelchair — who needs a Segway?
Dan Engor's GPS Tron — run around with your friends and trap them in your path
"Blogs: Fad or Goldmine?" — Ciaran Buckley: clueless or inept?
AOL software silently disables Windows Messenger service — most people don’t use it, but it’s a dangerous precedent
Highly addictive SnakeJump game — old, but good Java applet
What's the Diff: the MPAA's new anti-piracy curriculum for classrooms — with fun activities like “Starving Artist”