Why count sheep when the sheep can count for you? The lazy way to a good night's sleep [also see the go 2 sleep sheep
Who would you expect to find in the internet home of Robin Masters? That's right - Magnum PI and Higgins house-sitting as always. Aloha!
News from the in-tray is that the original stamp-it-out stamp maker reported
back in July is now new and improved. Take your favourite image and make it into your own set of stamps, although it's probably best not to try them out on the Royal Mail even with the new handy print 'n' cut out 'n' keep format. I notice the UK version is missing the Queen's head which almost certainly avoids some very unpleasant copyright issues, but negates any chance you might have of using the things (as if you would).
A bit late I know but I've only just found Hyperlaunch
's interactive flash Christmas card and I couldn't resist. I don't want to give it away but click on all the bits and see what happens, and you must click on the star. Click on the STAR! Superb.
Some very unsound dietry advice but also some very entertaining scribblings - especially this one
for all you bloggers out there. One of those sites that you have to read all of so make sure you're not busy [via oink
Update: Following my own advice I went back to TFD to read through the bits I missed before and I found when did computers get boring?. I actually remember doing this in computer stores when I was kid waiting for Dad to do whatever it was Dad's did 20 years ago in computer stores. Ah! Infinite looping text how I miss you.
Current estimates put the UK's net worth at £5 Trillion. The question is though is it for sale? Looks worriedly in Mr Gates' Direction...
The internet enters a new dimension with scratch and sniff enabled web pages [via op-pop
Homestar Runner presents "The Show".
One of the forces of nature captured on film [via mundowil
The world's largest collection of toothpaste. To be filed under 'I never knew I wanted to see that'.
Peripheral du jour - the USB Christmas snow globe mouse. Soon to appear in a geeky Christmas stocking near you [via gizmodo