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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
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.


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.

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My homepage, even though it's just a generic theme with a forum that no one uses, and an outdated screenshot of my Wolfenstein 3D mod, is at http://freewebs.com/batmanifestdestiny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

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
written by Buuks on Feb 22, 2010 15:39
You can die after this:

And this one is for your afterlife:
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.


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

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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