Flash based shoot-em up. Swivel your turret arround and try and blast the on-coming baddies. Top Tip: [space] changes weapon.
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.
These little RC tanks look excellent and this article really does them justice. Read all the way down and follow all the links.
Shoot-em-up flash game with a hint of Matrix and a dash of Metal Gear Solid.
A quick guide to surround sound formats. I love my home entertainment system but my brain starts leaking out of my ear when I try and get my head round all those surround sound abbreviations and formats. This is a quite a handy little crib sheet to help people like me talk like an audiophile.
The flash tale of two insects stuck on a car windscreen. Make sure you check out the interview at the end as well - he's right the music is *neat*.
If you are far enough away even the M25 can look beautiful! Stunning night shot of London taken from the International Space Station.
It's that time again...it's The Mello Hippo Disco Show. Don't try and make sense of this - it won't work and your head will hurt. Go with the flow - randomly click on different bits of this spaced out flash thing to entertain and amuse yourself.
Stick man animations are everywhere now - they're used to advertise Nikees for cying out loud - but A). That's not necessarily a bad thing. B). I really like the music on this one [Hosted at Random Revolution].
I've been keeping a low profile on-line recently but I'll be back up to speed soon - I celebrate (?) my 29th brithday today so I doubt whether they'll be any posts until tomorrow at the earliest - in the meantime check out the quality sites on the right (-->).
Two Mohamed Saeed Sahaf links in one day - no more I promise - but I couldn't resist this soundboard.