keyboard gymnastics, this time though it's blood-thirsty work with some mass-slaughter to get through, rather than mere arson. Isn't that nice? [via ritilan].
honesty stamps should come in handy [via reenhead].
Streets Of Fire is a fast paced platform game, the playing of which is a sure-fire (*groan*) way of breaking your cursor keys. The idea of the game is simple: burn everything burnable on the screen, until you need a new keyboard and/or fingers, whilst listening to equally hectic techno [at mausland].
DesktopProject where you can share an image of your current computer desktop with the world and see those of others (some pics NSFW). Having said that, that makes me some kind of techno-pervert as I thought it was pretty fascinating. As you can see my current backdrop has a Futurama theme.
Google News is just about my favourite general news source. You can really feel like you've got your finger on the nation's pulse when you can see at a glance that the news article you are reading was only posted 5 minutes ago. It's also nice to be able to get different spins on the same story, by reading more than one sources' version of events. So combined with my general love of all things flash, NewsMap couldn't really fail with it's flash interface to google news. Now you can see at a glance what today's BIG stories are.
Today I'm mainly turning 30. I'm saying goodbye to my twenties, buying a pipe and slippers, and generally getting a year older. Does this mean a more mature, reasoned, considered lazylaces from now on? We'll have to wait until I've sobered-up to see...;o)
A guide to manually changing your WinXP boot screen. I haven't tried it yet, but I've considered it many a time, given how often I have to see the damn thing. I'll post my results if I give it a go. I'm interested to hear your experiences if you try it out first.
If you have a taste for spam (yum!) you'll be pleased to know that there are 1,300,925,111,156,286,160,896 spelling variations of "viagra". That should keep your filtering software busy...
Dance-a-long everybody [at gorkhouse].