A fantastic pictorial guide to the streets of London which I've finally posted after seeing this - and loving it - linked from virtually every UK blog I've visited. My only complaint is that there are no guides to anything South of the River - although Borough Market - just down the road from where I work - is covered in the market guide. Anyway a good guide for visitors and interesting for locals.
A full list of all the hidden bits in Strong Bad's e-mails - if you get the bandwidth exceeded message for this site try the google cache. Like I needed an excuse to read them all again. Update: A list of Strong Bad e-mail easter eggs is also available at homstarrunner.net.
Surely the most illegal car in the world - looking suspiciously like a East European Fiat 125 - goes for a spin [14Mb].
Not suitable for weirdy vegitarians - it's the British Lard Marketing Board website. Finally a home for fine British cuisine on the web. I also liked the guide to biscuit dunking on the affiliate site - biscuit.org.uk. Eating's not all about roast beef, fish & chips and chicken tikka massala in the UK you know? But it is mostly.
It's the soundboard we've all been waiting for - the Strong Bad soundboard. Use the soundboard to make Homestar say a certain 7 word phase to crack open the Strong Bad version. I'm not going to spoil anybody's fun if they want to work it out for themselves - but if you just can't work it out - or can't be bothered to work it out (shame on you!) - use the mail link at the bottom of the page and I'll send you the phrase by return.
Make your own freeway signs with the java sign maker. It seems to have everything although I don't really understand these US signs particularly well. Just need a UK edition now.
On the implausability of the Death Star's trash compactor. Analysis shows that one of my favourite scenes in the original Star Wars film is a load of phooey. This is almost as big an eye opener as when I learnt what was in the briefcase in Pulp Fiction - although that theory turned out to be a load of old tripe.
If you browse enough eventually you will reach the end. If you ask me though that's just a good excuse to go back to the beginning...
Dr Toast's amazing world of toast has been a firm favourite for some time now - particularly for the one of the best FAQs anywhere and for the toast haiku - I'm a sucker for a good haiku and these rival the spam haiku which are also a number #1 read.
The full release of Opera 7 - my web browser of choice - is now with us after two Beta incarnations. Favourite things about Opera - multiple pages can be openned within tabbed pages of the same browser session - set favourite bookmarked sites on your own personal toolbar - and check mail and web pages all within one program.
Forget the switch campaign - convert your PC to a Mac with one click - I await the 17" laptop running Jaguar edition with baited breath.