Nasa Employees Smokin' Crack
Or perhaps just overexposing themselves to some of WFMU's more experimental programs? Click on "Play Video", turn up your speakers, and begin your descent.
Start Your Own Religion
And if you're a successful guru, you could earn $5000, the adoration of the masses, and have a documentary made about you.
Never Work Again, Ever
A real-time, worldwide sketchpad that's as fun to contribute to as it is to just watch. Any similarities between what you see here and what you see on the restroom walls at Port Authority are sadly telling of the IQ of your average humanoid.
Great Character Actors
Badly designed relic-like webpage, but amusing from the "I need to learn everything about Walter Brennan in five minutes" vantage point. And give it up for Ed Begley Sr.?
Ten Things I Hate About Commandments
Youtube link to a hilarious re-cut for the preview of Charlton Heston's "Ten Commandments". Of the main character Moses, this begs the question: Can a Zero be a Hero?
How to Pirate a Vinyl LP
And subsequently bring the music industry to its knees. Ooops, too late!
A worldwide index of tribute bands. Favorites include Abbalanche, The Clashed, and Pete Loaf. Much to our collective surprise, there doesn't seem to be a YES tribute band called "Yeah", but there will be soon, damnit.
Definitely not what you're thinking. (Flickr set)
The 25 Worst Tech Products of All Time
Revenge is a sweet dish, especially when served up for the likes of America Online, Microsoft Windows Millenium, The IBM PC Jr., and the dreaded Digiscnet iSmell line of peripherals.
Another Youtube link, this one demosntrating the odd effect of tonal freqencies on starchy grains. Any similarity to alien crop circles is most likely intended.
Maria Isabel Arango
The curious and wonderful mixed-media collages of Ms. Arango. Makes hefty use of Flash animation to utterly enthralling effect.
As photographed by the enigmatic Mr. Motts, off the shore of Staten Island. Fantastically creepy shots herein. (And before you ask, Mr. Motts makes it very clear that he doesn't believe in ghosts.)