This has to be one of the most addictive on-line games I've seen for some time. The idea of the game, like all good games, is simple. Get the little ball from A to B without touching the ground by constructing Mouse-Trap-esque tracks for the ball to travel along.

Add the fact that the puzzles you complete are set by other players, you can set your own puzzles, rate the puzzles you play, and you're continually shown your position on the leader table, and it's not long before you are totally sucked in. After an extended period of play I'm still only in the top 8000 players though which suggests I'm not alone in my addiction. *Recommended*

Entry 640, Sunday, December 28th 2003, Filed In Games
Rating(74%)Comments(11)

The internet enters a new dimension with scratch and sniff enabled web pages [via op-pop].

Entry 639, Sunday, December 28th 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(3)

The Show!
Homestar Runner presents "The Show".

Entry 638, Wednesday, December 24th 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(4)

One of the forces of nature captured on film [via mundowil].

Entry 637, Wednesday, December 24th 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(2)

The world's largest collection of toothpaste. To be filed under 'I never knew I wanted to see that'.

Entry 636, Wednesday, December 24th 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(2)

Liquid Mouse
Peripheral du jour - the USB Christmas snow globe mouse. Soon to appear in a geeky Christmas stocking near you [via gizmodo].

Entry 635, Tuesday, December 23rd 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(9)

Waste huge amounts of time on-line with hangman - you don't even need a friend to play it with *phew*. Finally a replacement for MS Patience for those bored computing moments.

Entry 634, Tuesday, December 23rd 2003, Filed In Games
Rating(49%)Comments(5)

Finally an easy way to not only find out which films and television shows feature bagpipes, but also which tunes are played. It's the internet resource we've all been waiting for [via zFilter].

Entry 633, Sunday, December 21st 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(11)

I've really liked the Gary Jules version of Mad World ever since I first saw the Domo Darko clip, and when I finally saw Donnie Darko it did nothing but strengthen my enjoyment of the track. So I'm very happy to see it's made it to #1 in the UK Christmas chart. Especially impressive as there are at least 3 locations, including the official site, where you can listen to the track on-line without paying a penny.

Entry 632, Sunday, December 21st 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(2)

After the useful Pollock-esque thingumy I stumbled across the other week - another one for your artistic pleasure.

Entry 631, Sunday, December 21st 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(2)

Don't be disappointed by the lack of an Etch-a-Sketch in your Christmas stocking - use the on-line version. Complete with realistic shaking sound, and no embarassing evidence of how childish you are to be left laying around your home. *joy*

Entry 630, Sunday, December 21st 2003, Filed In Games
Rating(48%)Comments(2)

It not might like seem like the real spirit of Christmas, but being realistic the What A Crappy Present site is going to be darn useful in a lot of households this week.

Entry 629, Sunday, December 21st 2003, Filed In Stuff
Comments(3)

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