godflesh made product
Jul 27, 2000
|If you're a mail admin and you really hate spam mail, you're probably familiar with the RBL list of spam tolerant mail relays. However, if you're the average user and you hate spam, there's only one way to go: msgto.com - the email service that stops all spam mail by requiring people who mail you to 'prove' that they are not software.|
to Internet by faisal
Jul 26, 2000
|The thought screen helmet blocks telepathic communication between aliens and humans. Aliens cannot immobilize people wearing thought screens nor can they control their minds or communicate with them.
to Wearables by faisal
|So. Interested in paying $7.95 to a wife-beating football pro lie his ass off online? Get your credit card out and Ask OJ. (Hurry, prices go up to $9.95 on July 27th)|
to Wackos by pjammer
|One for the Babbage "if only people had listened" file:
Konrad Zuse came up with apparently the first
high level language, called
Plankalkül. When? 1945.
Not stoked enough? He had an electromechanical, freely-programmable binary computer working in his parents' living room in 1938. I can imagine the fights that that caused. "Konraaaaad, I want to put my feet up, but there's tickertape spools on the footstool! And AGAIN with the metal shavings in the sofa!!"
to Computing by sburke
|Pee-wee Herman to Eric Raymond (ESR):
"If you like Python so much, why don't you marry it?".|
to Computing by sburke
|The prolific, airheaded, actress Melanie Griffith offers us a rare (ahem) glimpse into her personal world with her very own website. While she seems to have no intention of answering her many critics on the site, she does take the tabloids to task. Anyway, it's kind of sweet, but the design suggests a mind that isn't entirely at ease. Oh yeah, don't forget the recipes.|
to Movies by borges
Jul 25, 2000
|Forget that cokehead George W. I'm voting for Mark Twain.|
to Politics by jon
|"Hey, sometimes you've just gotta go," and for those moments when you just can't wait urinal.net provides a photographic directory of urinals around the world.
to Reference by faisal
|Well, sure, we all thought that we knew. I mean, it was obvious, right. We just had to let it go. But we were wrong. The Amiga isn't dead. Now, instead, of just being a piece of hardware, it is a virtual machine. There's even a Linux SDK you can buy. They are hoping to become the way to write truly portable useful applications for the future.|
to Computing by keith
Jul 24, 2000
|There are a lot of places on the web for fairly classic recipes, but
it's always a joy to find some of the more different sites. For
Gourmet Recipes for the Culinarily Challenged offers such delights as
Janet's Double D Ambrosia Cups, which will require a bra, and
Death Warmed Up, "Best enjoyed accompanied by strong hangover."
to Food by moose
|What are yaks good for?Not much, but aparently they taste pretty |
to Pets by rampage
Jul 23, 2000
|Pray to Jesus, make a wish. |
to Religion by pjammer
|What is the best way to increase traffic to your site? Search engine placements? Blase. Spam? Sure, if you want to be ping-flooded by angry users. Banner ads? Too expensive. Infect yourself with athlete's foot and chronicle your day-to-day activities online? Of course!|
to Wackos by pjammer
Jul 22, 2000
|Smokedot.org: News for Stoners. Stuff that ... uhh ... whatever.|
to Drugs by pjammer
mythology and history: The Shinto god Inari
has white foxes
as messengers and guardians.
There's also a town called
Finnish Lapland and the
seems to have a certain interesting species
too - This can't be just a coincidence.
to Culture by wwwwolf
Jul 21, 2000
|Good tequila is very good indeed.
I like using Patrón Anejo in margaritas, despite all the people
who scream that margaritas are a waste of 100% agave tequila.
When it's time for straight tequila sipping I turn to the astounding
Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia
which might surprise you, considering how undrinkable Cuervo Gold really is.
to Drugs by obvious
|The reviews are in: X-Men is the first well-done superhero movie! Countingdown.com provides some remarkably long downloadable clips of some of the best scenes in the film. You can also see all three trailers and behind-the-scenes clips at the official site. |
to Movies by cricket
|I just got a new Commodore
64, and I have been writing down some dream
descriptions with it. Anyway, Trans64
program seems to bomb these days, so I have to OCR the text,
with varying results.
Well, I don't blame C64. The machine supports
philosophy and can do
amazing things like web serving
even at this great age.
to Computing by wwwwolf
Jul 20, 2000
|Color psychology is a branch of psychology that deals with the emotional properties of various colors. Dr. Max Lüscher designed a surprisingly accurate personality test based on color preference, although there are also more practical uses.|
to Science by kier
|Society for Future Husbands of Britney Spears: as ambitious and pathetic as it sounds.
to Sex by pjammer
|It is frequently difficult to find highly caffeinated beverages, such as Bawls Guarana or Bong Water, in bulk. Happily, companies such as Beverages Direct and Pop Soda will let me order some online.|
to Food by joshua
|This Monday, the New York
DeCSS trial started.
is important because it's an early test of the
DMCA's scope and power.
to Law by riotnrrd
|For those who're fiddling with cryptographic protocols, BAN & GNY Logic are some useful tools.|
to Computing by mpc
Jul 19, 2000
|"I am Curry. A slim and handsome race car driver." I dig the moustache.|
to Wackos by idat
Jul 18, 2000
|Raph Levien is one cool guy. He's donated a bunch of useful patents to the public, and he's working on a free scalable vector graphics editor, gill. Here's an interview where he talks about fonts, graphics and a bunch of other good stuff.|
to Computing by simon
|As a non-Christian I never learned how to say the Rosary. I also don't
know the little internal parts,
Apostle's Creed, the Hail Mary, or
even the Lord's
site gives more details about saying the Rosary. It also plays a
soundfile of "Ave Maria," which is Latin for "Hail Mary."
to Religion by moose
|Using his own source material and the material submitted by others, someone has compiled Ka-BOOM! A Dictionary of Comicbook Words on Historical Principles, i.e.: onomatopoeias with references. SCHLIKT, for example, is "the extruding sound of Wolverine's claws" (an easy one for X-Men fans). GAAAH however, is a "cry of pain" in Mantra, and a "cry of fear" in Archie. |
to Comics by mrradon
|Yep, there's everything on the web, including trailer parks.
Bobby here says he
appraises "manufactured homes".
Jolene will help you with trailer park life, including decorating.
And then there's Gregg.
to Culture by moose
Jul 17, 2000
|Shannon Kringen, aka Goddess Kring, is something of a Seattle celebrity...in her own mind, at least. She has her own public access show, which is pretty nifty if you're stoned and pretty bizarre if you're not. And, of course, there are naked pictures... and a Web journal. |
to Wackos by idat
|Welcome back, Jeanketeers! Like me, I'm sure lots of you faithful readers out there have been bitten by the eBay bug. You can just get so gosh darn much STUFF there, it's enough to drive you cuckoo! My favorite things to trade there are Holly Hobbie goodies -- come on, you all remember that ever-cheerful little colonial-era girl with the massive blue bonnet covering her entire head and face, right? Well, turns out that Holly Hobbie is actually the name of the artist (her real name, not a pen name!) who drew this delightful little character known only as "Blue Girl", and she's fully catalogued, cross-referenced, and indexed at Holly Hobbie Central. Run by Lisa Marshel, a real-life Jean Teasdale and self-proclaimed "huge collector of STUFF". We love you, Lisa!
to Culture by che
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