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I’m sorry that I haven’t put up anything for a while. After getting back from that wedding, my business mates expected me to ‘work.’ I know, I know, crazy. Anyway, here’s a buncha stuff to keep you entertained for a bit:

google mapsGoogle Maps, Google Maps, Google Maps: Google Maps has been the most hacked site for the last year. People have done incredible things with it including mapping crime and real estate. One guy even used it to get out of a traffic ticket. One of the coolest new hacks is done by a guy who used all the high resolution satellite pictures to map out Area 51. Even if you’re a skeptic like me, it’s worth checking out.

The second cool addition has been done by Google’s own mappers. Yesterday, July 20th, represented the anniversary of the first manned Moon landing in 1969. In celebration, Google created a Moon version of its mapping program with all the Apollo sites located. Be careful zooming in all the way. You never know what you’re going to find!

All Your BaseBored? Go here: Who remembers the dancing baby on Ally McBeal? Who’s spent hours secretly judging people on Well, these are few of the top 10 web fads listed by HampsterDance, the Star Wars Kid, and All Your Base made the list as well. Warning: Copious amounts of time will probably be spent at these sites!

amazonTired of Zoloft?: I have to include this even though it is a little off color. It’s just hilarious. Two days ago I received an e-mail from my friend Scot with a link attached and asking if it was real. The link pointed to a real book on “How to Good-Bye Depression: If You Constrict Anus 100 Times Everyday. Malarkey? or Effective Way?” Written (poorly) by Hiroyuki Nishigaki, it describes a series of anal exercises to relieve a person of depression. Just as crazy, only two are left in stock! Even if purchasing the book doesn’t intrigue you, the reviews are worth a read!


    • -a
    • Posted July 22, 2005 at 4:41 pm
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    and to think i just told my friend there was nothing to do on the internet

    • Detroit
    • Posted July 24, 2005 at 10:15 am
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    I’m constricting as I read this. Clench, release. Clench, release. Clench, release…

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