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.
Just got back in from Manchester - too knackered to post much - but I'd just like to say if you're ever in Manchester visit the superb Baa Bar - my project might not have gone well but I had a good night out in this fab venue. Also - celebrity watch - I saw chef Gordon Ramsey on the flight back to Heathrow. Tomorrow the hectic-ness continues as I'm doing a day of disaster recovery in the Lloyds building.
Forget the switch campaign - convert your PC to a Mac with one click - I await the 17" laptop running Jaguar edition with baited breath.
Lies, lies and more lies. As if lie of the day wasn't enough how about a whole week of lies or a lie search engine.
Photo journey around Tokyo. One day I will go oh yes...
The incredible dancing Glen - he really does walk like an Egyptian - wiggle the mouse and make him dance.
On a slightly less interactive note you may also want to check out the danceman and his amazing moves - a new dance every day (alledgedly).
Soundboards normally keep me amused for minutes at the most but I can't stop playing with the Homer board. Woo hoo! And now I've had a look round I've found the Dr Evil Soundboard which is possibly even better - begin the unecessarily slow dipping mechanism...
Calvin and Hobbes in the snow - I used to love these guys but it's so long since I've seen them. In the UK they were sydicated in the Daily Express (I'd link to their website but it's broken - lol) but at some point I realised this was possibly one of the worst newspapers ever - second only to the Daily Mail - and I was only buying it for Calvin and Hobbes anyway. I found this link at Wastrel Division and have now gone to find there is a daily comic at uComics - it's getting bookmarked now and it'll be a permenant link on the right as soon as I get home to my source code. Just for the record UK journalism isn't all bad - my favourte newspaper would have to be The Telegraph - for on-line presence you can't beat The Guardian - and of course shear morbid curiousity will always make you read The Sun.
Neat flick book effect in Flash. All the subjects are in London - mostly on the tube. This is kind of like going to work in the morning for me - the flick book effect recreating my caffine jitters.