I like Classic arcade sounds.
Political mashes are always funny.
I like to compare and contrast Backwards Bush , Worldometers and NewsMap.
I like the idea of programmer movies or serials based on comic strips, so long as I never have to watch them.
I still like WFMU, I love Murry Wilson more than any two of his children did and I still like those Wilson cartoons Pete Bagge and Dana Gould produced for Icebox.
I still enjoy laughing at the scads of overzealous tools who bought Xbox 360 boxes for stupid amounts of money. Just think about the scores of morons who were outbid on this shitting things, and how angry/frustrated they were about not getting to spend hundreds of dollars for an empty box. The only thing crueler/funnier than eBaying off an empty 360 box would be filling it with an Atari 2600 & games, gift-wrapping it and giving it to your best gamer friend -- the anticipation, the ecstasy, the big reveal, the crying and finally, the playing of ADVENTURE on Level 3 and maybe fishing "the dot" out of the white castle's maze and checking out the programmer's signature/Easter Egg for the millionth time.
I love dis fuggin' guy.
I'm not much of a fan of his music, but I've long been amazed and inspired by Robert Fripp's work discipline and dedication.
I recently heard Kazuhito Yamashita's solo-guitar arrangement/performance of Modest Petrovich MusorgskyÂ’s "Pictures at an Exhibition" on some NPR program and remembered how awesome Yamashita is -- This article does a pretty good job of explaining why. The long George Warren quote in the middle is funny because it's true. Why isn't this classical landmark available on CD?
I kill too much time playing mumbltypeg, escapa and random ones here.
I really should get my latest credit report. I should visit The Consumerist more often too.
Krazy Kat and Winsor McCay cartoons at the Origins of American Animation 1900-1921 site.
The Academy of American Televison Arts & Science's oral-history list.
Watching New York City traffic is rather soothing.
I always find Nina Paley's art appealing, but these cartoons are really spiffy.
Holy shit, Kure Kure Takora!!!
Conan O'Brien vs. Chuck Norris: Conan wins.
More amusing video: Jokaroo, Filecabi.net, Break, Ebaumsworld and Fazed. Also, Compfused, Postcrap.com, OpenDirViewer.com, Slate's Podcast archive and Cakeandpolka.
UBU.com has an amazing archive of classic art films.
Writer blogs: Paul Guyot, James Lincoln Warren, Lee Goldberg and Mark Evanier.
BOSS: Earth's greatest foot pedals
; also, BOSS mods.
Photos: Brian's Page of Antique Weirdness. Gorgeous/funny/scary Happy Palace photoblog. Brian Chippendale gallery.
Audio sites: Vinyl talentshow. The Jean Shepherd and Air America archives. Big roundup. Gorilla vs. Bear. SpaceAudio. Radio spots for smut. WFMU's main blog. The Radio Station All Pets Enjoy ... except for Little Man and the other cats in my house. Still a funny idea, tho.
Bleeping Computer's handy-dandy Startup-program index. And since I use it every three or so weeks, I'm putting a link to "VersaMail crashes or resets Treo 650" here for easy ref.