Chill is a useful one. A digital radio station, it just plays back to back chill out music, no adverts, no DJs, which kind of comes in handy if you have some stresses in your life. It's nice to play in the background while you are working if you are having a bad day.
Websites As Graphs tool allows you to see a graphical representation of the HTML DOM of any web site, just plug the address into the input box. The result is pretty flowery patterns like the one above for this site, although if you mess up your HTML I assume it's also possible to produce something fairly ugly as well [subbed by greg & pellia].
Dummies Book Cover Generator the other day I've now been having fun with The Newspaper Clipping Generator. I'm not sure how these rumours got started though... [via red ferret].
Animatronic Alan (Sir Alan Sugar) if you are outside the UK, but the best explanation is that he is our Donald Trump (he "hosts" our version of The Apprentice). But he has much better hair. This item is a "must have" for every office in the UK, but I can't believe we have to wait until November to re-live:
"You're a lightweight, your're fired!"Get you orders in now [subbed by Big Kid].
Yakko's World is some silly cartoon song fun for a Sunday. It name-checks all of the countries in the world (give or take a few, i.e. Wales) sung to the tune of The Mexican Hat Dance (I think). Hello world [subbed by Adam].
Dummies Book Cover Generator! Oh how I chuckled as I played with you this morning, and then I was rofl as I put in the "edition" information [via op-pop].
JB: The sequel to Jack French #1 (play now, or re-play, to catch up) entitled "The Good Dr. Ferrer", is soon to be released. See the trailer/teaser here and read a little more here. Get those p'n'c fingers at the ready....
Casino Royale, is getting me very excited, but how can I possibly contain myself until the November UK release date? I know, I'll continually hum the theme tune until then...der der der derrrrr der derrr derrrrr der der....ad infinitum [via a tip-off from Scott].
Cinco De Mayo here in the UK, in fact I had never even heard of it (except as the Spanish translation of a standard date in my calendar) until yesterday. However I'm now reliably informed via the US that it's great excuse for some celebrations and a spot of tequila (read the wikipedia entry for the real background on the date). So if anyone can lend me some lemon and salt I'm off for an interesting lunch today...
Google Calendar. Damn they're good though. I've used a variety of web based calendars before, web enabled exchange servers down to freebie web services but this blows them all out of the water. Simply brilliant. You'll need a google account though, but they're very easy to come by. Let me know if you need one, I still have a load of invites left.
QI, well I say game show, it's more a group of people talking about stuff. Anyway now through the wonder that is You Tube I can show you all a clip of it and share it with the world. Note: All British TV is this bizarre ;o)
Monster House looks like a great film, but I'm guessing that when it says "summer 2006" that's for the US only, and we won't see it here in the UK until Christmas. Boo. Let me know if it's worth seeing [spotted at op-pop].