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rawr
written by Raptorjedi on May 20, 2008 23:34
Noscript blocks that Zango thing from ever popping up. I love Noscript.


The speed on that site blows though. I feel like I'm back on dial up.
krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on May 22, 2008 02:20
BREAKING NEWS!!! Carbon nanotubes cause cancer!!!

Just like everything else.
there's science to be done!
written by Yash on May 23, 2008 22:55
IIRC it's only really harmful when inhaled, and you'll tend to find it in quite a dense form anyway (i.e. heavier than air). Eating is supposed to be pretty harmless too (I mean if you're really really hungry). Source from a skim read of the 18th May New Scientist issue, I may have my facts a tiny bit wrong.. I'll have to go get my copy back again. In the mean while, correct me if I am a wrong dudes.
Still cancerous though. :3
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on May 24, 2008 02:20
When I think of Carbon Nanotubes, I think of space. You really aren't likely to breathe them in if you are floating around in a spacesuit


And if you ARE floating around in space, cancer from carbon nanotubes is probably the least of your worries. The Sun is a lot more dangerous.
r'lyeh sweet r'lyeh
written by Neuzd on Jun 27, 2009 10:42
I tried searching the forums before posting this, because it's something I think that fits quite well, and was expecting to find it already.

http://draves.org/

Scott Draves is a software artist, all his works are free and/or open source.
The most recent thing is a screen saver with fractal animations that will simply blow your mind.
Generation algorithms apart (by the way, he had a fascinating idea about that), the real shocker I think it's the performance.
I still can't imagine how is it possible to have full screen, real time complex fractal animations at 60 frames per second.
http://electricsheep.org/index.cgi

At least this screen saver deserves a look for its name, which is an obvious reference to a "certain book" by one the greatest writers history has ever known: Philip K Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", which I don't think I need to remind you it's been adapted to the silver screen with the title Blade Runner.
written by Batmanifestdestiny on Jul 06, 2009 19:28
hm...links....oh! I've got a few!


My homepage, even though it's just a generic theme with a forum that no one uses, and an outdated screenshot of my Wolfenstein 3D mod, is at http://freewebs.com/batmanifestdestiny


Some forums that I go to that are based around the best game that ever came in a cereal box are located at http://chexquest.org


and then there's Abandonia, a pretty cool website full of DOS games that are no longer sold anywhere, so they are preserved there, like Han Solo in that crystal thingy...
http://abandonia.com


StubleUpon: For everyone who doesn't knowbetter known as people who smell like green cheese, It's a page where you input your interests, define whether you enjoy work-safe sites or not, and it spits you inot random urls, where you can then decide which ones are cool or not :3
http://stumbleupon.com
whoosh
written by Buuks on Feb 22, 2010 15:39
You can die after this:
http://www.youshouldhaveseenthis.com/

And this one is for your afterlife:
http://www.youshouldhavealsoseenthis.com/
written by Azuraun2 on Feb 23, 2010 07:26
It's like he doesn't know that an internet exists outside of youtube or something. Scary.
written by Ixsetf on Feb 23, 2010 11:58
Well I havent seen half of them (also there are 2 exploding whales on youtube )
r'lyeh sweet r'lyeh
written by Neuzd on Feb 23, 2010 13:27
Azuraun2 said:
It's like he doesn't know that an internet exists outside of youtube or something. Scary.
Yeah, I was going to comment with something like "Greg Rutter's definitive mediocrity course".
krasnyj bibliotekar
written by Serpens on Feb 23, 2010 14:02
Right, the links weren't that good. Still, I found "Will It Blend?" very interesting - good for my curiosity AND destructive tendencies! Many older movies on this site don't work for me, but fortunately they are on Youtube.

http://www.jigzone.com/

And this is so far the best jigsaw puzzle site I have found. If you know any better one, let me know. I like jigsaw puzzles, but they became strangely unpopular and difficult to get here...
a lot of logins
written by Mingamango181 on Dec 16, 2010 10:44
http://www.agameaweek.com

There's quite a number of games on this site. The aim that the developer, Jayenkai has is to create a game once a week. It's quite a feat. And they're all quite enjoyable. They tend to take up a large amount of my spare time however...
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