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April 27, 2007
Uncensor the Internet (Greasemonkey script uncensors f**k, a**, and other bulls**t)
April 26, 2007
Acme Novelty Toy Gallery (Niem's putting together Chris Ware papercraft, so you don't have to) [via]
April 25, 2007
Sumitori Dreams (hilarious PC physics fighting game built in 96k!) [via]
April 22, 2007
Feed the Head (this and Acrobots appear to be two new-to-me toys by the creator of Vector Park)
April 20, 2007
Tim O'Reilly's thoughtful article on the Alexaholic lawsuit (don't miss Ron Hornbaker's comment in the thread)
April 19, 2007
Upcoming drops the ".org" with new redesign (biggest changes ever; full geo database, visual redesign, switch to Yahoo IDs, and more)
April 17, 2007
Ben Brown leaves CNET and Consumating (couple weeks old, but news to me; who's next? three makes a trend) [via]
Virginia Killer's Violent Writings (terrifying)
Forbes Magazine's mesothelioma search engine spam (amazingly bad; stumbled on this from a comment on Matt Cutts' blog)
April 16, 2007
The Shins busk in Montmartre, Paris (impromptu live performances by great bands, recorded in one long shot) [via]
PeaceMaker, game simulating the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (here's a detailed review from Gamasutra) [via]
April 15, 2007
Dodgeball founders quit Google in frustration (wow, I wasn't expecting that)
April 14, 2007
Super Mario Masochism (easily the cruelest and funniest Super Mario mod ever)
April 13, 2007
Happy Friday the 13th! (all 160 on-screen deaths from the Jason series)
April 12, 2007
The Alameda-Weehawken Burrito Tunnel (a Maciej Ceglowski epic) [via]
5 Question Interview with Twitter Developer Alex Payne (a cautionary tale about Rails from its biggest user) [via]
April 11, 2007
Kurt Vonnegut, dead at 84 (so it goes.)
Google Answers takes entire archive offline (it was down 16 hours, but they fixed the bug and it's back! yay!) got lucky last night while 3,000 watched (a classy guy, Justin left the HatCam in the kitchen while his buddies dubbed in a porn soundtrack) (6502 compatible compiler and emulator in Javascript) [via]
April 10, 2007
Twitter and Jott Vulnerable to SMS and Caller ID Spoofing (all it requires is knowing the Twitter user's cell phone number)
Think Before You Post (PSAs targeting kids that are too comfortable exposing their personal lives online)
April 9, 2007
'B.C.' cartoonist Johnny Hart dies at 76 (it's too bad he'll most often be remembered by his controversial religious strips) [via]
Video: Christoper Walken wants to destroy Silicon Valley (just like today, the office parks don't make a memorable vista) [via]
Virtuoso violinist Joshua Bell poses as D.C. subway busker (Washington Post poses and records an experiment in art out of context) [via]
April 7, 2007
MySQL interface to Amazon S3 (freaky cool hack) [via]
No One Belongs Here More Than You (Miranda July's extremely creative website for her new book) [via]
April 6, 2007
Most hated things on the web (Google hates cilantro more than emo kids)
April 5, 2007
First! [via]
TMNT co-creator sells original art for issue #1 on eBay for $250k (Eastman sold IP rights to TMNT in 2000; I stumbled on the auction while browsing the most expensive completed comic auctions)
The Mile High Collection (amazing (and long) story of the "greatest comic book collection ever found")
Google launches My Maps (far more than simple annotations)
April 4, 2007
Video: The Most Hated Family in America (Louis Theroux's BBC documentary on the Fred Phelps family, warning: hateful language) [via]
Internet Access CAPTCHAs (that Matthew Baldwin guy is versatile)
April 3, 2007
Consumating releases source code (from the readme: "HACK TIL IT WORKS")
April 2, 2007
Video: Alanis Morissette covers "My Humps" (classy, but I think I still prefer Dogwelder's version) [via]
April 1, 2007
Internet Jackass Day 2007 is in full effect (I'm sitting this one out)