A guide - originally intended for Japanese vistors - on how to survive everyday life in England - but it works and is useful for any nationality. Even for a Brit like me it points out some fabulous home truths. I've linked to the pub crawl page as this rang very true indeed. Spot on.
It might seem like another ordinary day stuck in the office - but beware it can all go horribly wrong when office supplies attack. This photo gallery captures some of the more gory moments - although it doesn't touch MS Word's treatment - and subsequent total trashing - of a 64 page document I was writing today.
The other week I posted the NASA picture of London at night and now - thanks to the manly smell of a pipe - I've found this flash version with an under-laid map [hosted at MyAceLife].
I haven't seen much that's caught my eye recently to post here (please someone send me some deranged flashness) but of course thinking you have to say something in a blog is a common misconception [blagged from iamadonut].
I'm getting obsessed with Wi-Fi to the point where a wireless network in the flat is becoming inevitable. Here's Wired's beginners guide to becoming unwired which I'm sure will come in handy.
Faster wireless computing with Wi-Fi Speed Spray ;o)
If there is a technology I am getting really excited about at the moment it's wi-fi. I just love the possibilities. Trepia lets you find wi-fi enabled bods near to you so you can create a roving community. Superb.
Photos of current Japanese street fashion. I'll say it once again: I will go to Japan someday.
Austin Powers Powderpuff girlie style in this flash cartoon nonsense: "Octopuffy Is not Enough". Also featuring guest appearances by J-Lo and *ahem* Powerpuff Daddy.
Following up on some of the searches from El Goog that end up here I found The Coolest Stuff Ever (.com) which is billed as the ultimate Strong Bad e-mail site and looking thru I don't think they are exaggerating. Full details - including all the easter eggs (topical!) - from all the e-mails.
Update: The Coolest Stuff Ever (.com) seems to have ceased trading! A damn shame because this was one great site. I'm hoping it will return though...
Compare the sizes of starships, bases and creatures from across many different sci-fi sources against each other and against real world objects. If you are using Internet Explorer you should be able to drag the ships on top of each other for even better comparisons.