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December 13, 2007

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179 David Pescovitz, Mark Frauenfelder, Cory Doctorow, Xeni Jardin, John Battelle

Instant Messenger” performed by Nick Thune. (Found on the original blog your monkey called)

A blog displaying only Riot Porn

Worst Captcha Ever

Reddit logo archive

(I don’t remember where I found the graphic above. If I copied it from you, please let me know)

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November 21, 2007

Thank you for using the Internet

 Free_icons After Albers Rainbow gif by Chris Collins. (More here)

Dinosaur Sightings: This gallery showcases several 1970-era computers from Steven Stengel's vintage computer collection

Some 140 Free icons

Calling all Roys or Troys or LeRoys. Background: My Year on Craigslist

Ever Wonder Why Your Internet Went Down?

The Museum of Interactive Failure. These exhibits capture many notable Web 1.0 failures, and may have value for future historians and future entrepreneurs to study

As you may know, you are currently on the internet

200 Known Spam Operations responsible for 80% of your spam

Thank you for using the Internet

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November 05, 2007

The modem is the message

Dilbert_concludes Make Growabrain Go Crazy:

1. Remove everything from the address bar, then copy & paste the following into it:

javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200; DI=document.images; DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style; DIS.position='absolute'; DIS.left=Math.sin(R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5; DIS.top=Math.cos(R*y1+i*y2+y3)*y4+y5}R++}setInterval('A()',5); void(0);

2. Hit enter. Enjoy.

Procrastination: The task I must undertake is towering over me like a great big monolith

A companion to Philip Greenspun’s pages on early retirement, the following document presents some ideas for useful and fun things to do with one's money - Non-Profit Ideas

Yahoo vs. Google 1996 to 2005

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October 21, 2007

Cancel Google

Happy_median Windows Startup Sounds - 1.0 to 98 to ME to Vista watch. A piano composition incorporating the sound effects heard in Windows. A different Windows remix (All YT). To get embarrassed at a public library, press here. To disable, press here. Previously-posted I’m sure: Windows noises & Icon Wars

This page now shows up as #1 for "cancel google"

Google announced plans Friday to launch a new site, TheGoogle.com, to appeal to older adults not able to navigate the original website's single text field and two clearly marked buttons

The Forbes Web Celeb 25

Internet Allstars ‘01: Where are they now?

Happy Median - Enter your location and a friend's location and this site will tell you where you should meet

Definition of exuberance

Date-O-Matic: Today's date in over 100 languages. (Thank you, Peter)

The Rat Pack are Reunited Again!

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August 15, 2007

Kevin Mitnick's Business Card

Credit_card_number Kevin Mitnick's Business Card

Steve Rubel's 25 year Love Affair with Computers

Celeb Heads on Facebook

The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine, by Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page. “In this paper, we present Google, a prototype of a large-scale search engine which makes heavy use of the structure present in hypertext. Google is designed to crawl and index the Web efficiently and produce much more satisfying search results than existing systems.” (From SEO by the Sea) 

The comprehensive article about wikipedia on wikipedia

Craziest Captchas on the Web. (From Download Squad)

The reddit mascot thru the years, reminiscent of Google Holiday Logos

I bought my baby on the internet

An inside angle to Tracy Kidder's Soul of a New Machine" story, as told by Felix Gallo, a member of Metafilter

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July 23, 2007

The Future of the Internet

Hyped_product what the future of the web looked like in 1994. (YT)

Visualize the Internet. Akamai’s Graphics of Internet traffic

Tech's 10 most-hyped product launches

Flaming cursor

The very Big List of Internet Memes

New York Subway Map of the Internet

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June 27, 2007

MyName@MyBlogName.com

Email_address Email Obfuscation does not work. Some people think email obfuscation is a good way to fight spam. But here's what they're doing: in addition to making email more difficult for legitimate uses, they're actually making it easier for spammers

How do I know this person? Through the Web!

A nice story on Vanity Fair about how the author spent more than a year attempting to track down the shot location of a desktop picture called Autumn that came with his copy of Windows

What happened to the search engines of yesteryear?

This will go in your file

LOL80's: A Picture Thread

I am reading Mark Frauenfelder’s new book “Rule the web - How to do anything and everything on the internet - better, faster, easier”…

50 pictures from the history of Apple

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April 25, 2007

Nails

Internet_mexico_cruise Jorn Barger often complains to interviewers that 'weblog' is the least interesting of his many neologisms. Here's a sampling of others

Anil Dash on the explosion in popularity of lolcats

Han Hoogerbrugge’s new Nails

Google in 2084

The Piano

An Hungarian Map of Calamity

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March 10, 2007

Rebuilding HP's Garage

Page_rank_links Rebuilding HP's Garage (with photos)

Not too long ago, Wikipedia had a page listing known websites with a PageRank of 10, and a large number of sites with PageRank 9. However it was decided that the page contradicted Wikipedia's article policy and so was deleted. Since I haven't seen it replicated anywhere else on the internet, I have put a copy here of domains with a PageRank of 9 and 10. (From Black Stump)

One thing PC users can do that Mac users can't

Most viewed Wikipedia articles (Last 9 days)

Also, Have a Brazilian beer on me. (Trick lifted from Necro)

(Photo above from WebProNews)

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February 26, 2007

YouTube Celebrities

Html_programmer HTML Tags Jokes

Nerve Pool dream portal by Ebon Fisher

Adult Sheep Finder, The World's #1 Sheep Sex and Dating Personals Site. With Adult Sheep Finder you can meet single, sexy sheep in your area at the touch of a button

The Barenaked Ladies: Sound of Your Voice staring a number of Youtube celebrities, including Winston Spear, Barats & Bereta, Eepybird, geriatric1927, Where The Hell Is Matt, Numa Numa, Album Cover Battle, Brookers, Bh3m3, The Winekone and Evolution Of Dance

The Prisoners Of YouTube

Master Plan, a short movie about the power of Google

Hot or Not composite images

Jeff Hoard one of the top contributors to Reddit. Complete list found in the WSJ article about Hidden influencers, the top submitters to social bookmarking sites like Digg, Del.icio.us, StumbleUpon, Newsvine, etc.

A graphic map depicting Open Source VS. Empire of Microsoft

Santa Mail. Here’s a brilliant idea. Get a postal address at North Pole, Alaska, pretend you are Santa Claus and charge parents 10 bucks for every letter you send to their kids. 9 other Stupid Online Business Ideas That Made Someone Rich

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February 05, 2007

First video on YouTube

Scanned 1980s computer brochures

“Excellent communication, but should've poked holes in box before shipping the kitten.” And other Unusual eBay Feedbacks

“Me at the zoo” - The very first video on YouTube

Also, What was the first thing ever sold on eBay?

Woz, Jobs and the Apple 11"x14" oil painting by Nitrozac (of Joy of Tech fame)

Interview with an Über Mac Collector

Mothers Against Maddox (MAM. Found in a story about 10 famous entertainment websites)

"I decided that I want to decrease the time I spend on surfing to a reasonable amount..."

DIGG vs. Reddit - the ultimate fight. This is a page submitted on both DIGG and Reddit at the same time. Every visitor referred from each of the websites is counted as a vote. (Since 2005, I’ve found thousands of unique stories on Digg & Reddit. Now they are “The Places” for every blogger to discover hot links)

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January 23, 2007

Google-Yahoo Mash-up

Google_yahoo_mashup More Accurate Wikipedia Warnings

Falling down through a pub trap door - 10 years later

What if Google Made a Yahoo-like Start Page?

Problems with Misspelling Google (YouTube)

A diagram documenting every instance of the phrase "is the new" encountered from various sources

Apple 80's ad - The rug!

Fingers in fruit by Ze Frank, one of 12 of the Funniest People On The Internet

2006 weird news stories from Peculiarosities. (Part 1 & 2 only…)

Some basic URL's for future dates: 2008, 2009, 2012, 2015

The dangers of pro-anorexia websites

Adieu to Google Answers (11/28/06)

Breaking news (Sounds just like The Onion): Time Inc. Lays Off 289 Persons of the Year

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January 13, 2007

Voice of Mario

Dont_try_this_at_home Since 1991, Charles Martinet has been the Voice of Mario

Each visitor gets a personal color and becomes part of the internet rainbow. There are currently 121585 rays of light.

1995 Netiquette code, still valid today

iPhone Parodies from Conan O’Brien and from Dog Rodeo

Wikipedia’s list of Google products includes all major standalone services and tools created or acquired by Google. They are either a gold release, in beta development, or part of the Google Labs initiative. This list also includes previous products of ones that have either been merged or discarded

With the new Google 3D models you can search, share or download 3D models for your design

What the Chinese want to know. Lists of the questions most often typed into their search engine in 2006. They're divided into "how," "why," "what," and "should I" lists. Most of the top searches are either time-honored snoozers ("What is love?") or predictably materialistic ("How to get plastic surgery?")

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December 11, 2006

Support Joe Clark in his quest for a research project

Child_support Joe Clark’s stab at micro-patronage. Help support him while he’s trying to raise $7M for an accessibility research project. With some clever ad banners designed by Antonio Cavedoni

Top Ten Servers in the Movies, a nerdy film list. (From YipYop)

The Viral Factory has compiled a list of the Top 10 Most Viewed YouTube Videos “of all times” (= since last year…)

Scamdex is a searchable, indexed archive of scams received by email

Re-post: 4096 Color Wheel

200 Firefox Extensions Installed At One Time

From Hotmail & Skype to AOL & Broadcast: 10 Worst Internet Acquisitions Ever

Tommy Charity’s 12 Days of Christmas from Rather Good

Ten Tips for Smarter Google Searches

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November 06, 2006

User Name and Password

Internet_slap_2 Frustrated with the state of identity management? User Name and Password (By Darren Barefoot)

TEH INTERNETS photoset on flickr

How the Internets work: You start with Tim Berners Lee and the W3C and you wind up with PornoTube, LaLa, ytmnd and the "Numa Numa" guy

You see these logos almost every day, right? - Let's see how well you remember them. Which is the real logo?

Such strange words: Kevin Burton Google'd him on Yahoo. (In response to these instructions)

Telling it all - The official site of Peter (geriatric1927)

Other YouTube notables: Paul Robinett (Renetto), Lonelygirl 15

Britain's first "web-rage" attack

From Cloaking to Automated Inquiries - How to lower your Google ranking

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