Is it time for Tony to receive his P45? Change the recipient by changing the URL. For readers outside the UK the P45 is the UK tax form you get when you leave a job, as such it is synonymous with getting the sack or being made redundant.
The origins of l33t speak - a modern history (inc. the role of the excellent megatokyo).
Need just the right cliché? Then use the cliché finder.
I'm enjoying my Friday night in by wigging-out to "Return of the Weather Episode " (MP3 : 5Mb) courtesy of those very finest of boot-leggers - gohomeproductions. Who would have have thought Snoop Dogg would have mixed with Crowded House so well? Also on a Friday night vibe check out the Lemon Jelly Ducks video at airside.
I always thought the Helvetica font was Apple's variant of Arial - it just shows what an ignorant fool you can be as a Micro$oft user/developer. The truth: "Helvetica was developed by the Haas Foundry of Switzerland in the 1950s. Micro$oft developed a typeface called Arial, a very similar typeface, that comes bundled with every desktop computer". Get absolution by beating merry hell out of Arial in this game of font vrs. font. If that's not enough follow it up by downloading the world's best web browser and office management software. Follow Helvetica and start a Micro$oft revolution.
Update: Got some text in a particularly sexy font you want to copy? Try what the font.
How to write a blog the easy way. I'm guilty as charged (mental note: must nick images from Google image search and pretend they are relatives).
Original computer g33k film Tron is updated for the 21st century as a computer game. My Dell flatscreen is soon to be going/glowing neon. L33t!
Want to know what your cat or dog is saying? Then you need the Meowlingual or Bowlingual translating devices. Obviously only a few key phrases are needed: "I'm hungry" (both), "I'm sleepy (cats)", and "I'm in love with your leg" (dogs) [both via gizmodo].
Some of my favourite sites detailing Strong Bad's e-mail secrets seem to have disappeared recently so yeh! for burning horizon [via barnski & op-pop].
Use Spell Web to compare items by Google results and find out which is more popular. I discovered that Hell was more popular than Heaven which was a little depressing.