I've said it before and I'll say it again - you can find ANYTHING on the internet - and that includes things you didn't even know existed. Doggles for the dog who has everything.
Handy eng 2 txt converter 4 thOs mob fone moments wen 160 caractRs isnt Enuf 4 all U hav 2 sA.
Handy english to text converter for those mobile phone moments when 160 characters isn't enough for all you have to say.
Star Wars pictures - well picture - comestically adjusted to include all your favourite chacters from other films shows and websites. I was partiularly glad to see the inclusion of Ferris Beuler
- which reminds me I haven't seen that excellent film for some time now and it's about time I tried to find if you can get it on DVD. I was also glad to see Peter Pan
as I've seen his image photoshopped into all sorts of places - Jamez Bond
Flash springs to mind - and I didn't know who it was but now I've found his home page
Chilled-out interactive Flash - try and find everthing hidden inside with mouse movements and clicking. Very absorbing and the music on the walkman is pretty good too. This is another old link originally found at Seethru
- I really wish they'd come out of hibernation.
For those late night computing sessions when you should be asleep but insomnia has struck - it's the go to sleep sheep. Top tip - the irritating advert can be removed by clicking on the background.
Side note - the .be extension on the domain name is the country code TLD for Belgium - which now means I have learnt 2 new things today so I am at 200% efficiency.
Bahianese Le Mix
is a funky Flash interactive music thing. A quick search on google
reveals that Bahianese music is a blend of African and Brazilian vibes. This is officially my 'you learn something new everyday' for today. [Found at Op-Pop
Update: Also available here if the original link isn't working.
Short but infinitely replayable Flash of Darth Vader being Bod
-esque. This is actually ages old but I haven't found any really good Flash clips recently - if memory serves this originally came from the now mothballed Seethru
The 24hr Mt. Fuji web-cam - although it mostly seems to be night time and very very dark when I look at it - but this is probably something to do with timezones. Still - it managed to remind me how much I want to visit Japan - I did manage to go once but - coincidently only for 24hrs - on a stop over back from Oz.
Link found and reproduced from Zfilter.
Found this great resource for free on-line photo album services. When I finally start using my new camera - the case is due to arrive this week according to Amazon
- I'll be trying a variety of them out to see which works best for me. I was going to use my free NTL
space - but their FTP server doesn't seem to like me at all and Canon
's service doesn't start until later this year.
This graphical Google browser lets you navigate around a map of the links - as recorded by Google - between sites - move from site to site and the map reorientates itself in a very groovy way. I'm hoping the reason that this site has no links - :o( - is that I've only been listed on Google
for a week
It's tough out there for a small little icon out there on the mean streets of the desktop.
Useful - and kind of nice - code/tool which links back to the last X referers for a web site. An immeadiate way to do reciprocal linking. The only trouble I can see is with referer spam
- as it's all immeadiate with no editing stage there's a strong danger you could end up linking to pr0n from your homepage - which could lead to your web host kicking you off their servers. A shame really as it seems like a very good - and friendly - idea and I'd like to include the code myself at some point. Anyway an especially big thanks to lightningfield
where I first saw this because I saw in my site stats that someone had linked into lazylaces
using this very mechanism.