Jitsu! Once a day, for 24 hours, we showcase something new and exciting in this beautiful world. Something you may have never seen before. Then it's gone, never to be seen again! It could be new game, an awesome book, a great video—who knows!?? Something that's useful, fun, and hopefully new to you.
Animusic Rocks. My dull monday morning has been brightened up by the fun musical 3d animations of the Animusic company which specializes in 3D Computer Graphic music animation. And thanks to Youtube you can check out how awesome this stuff is. more inside
Imagination is this week's dose of Flash goodness coming in the form of a site that sort of reminds me of Jackson Pollock meets Ze's Drawtoy VS Byokal.
Google Games Fire up your search engine for some rather fun games that might actually improve those googling powers. My favorite is Gwigle.
Acoustic location was used from mid-WW1 to the early years of WW2 for the passive detection of aircraft by picking up the noise of the engines. It was rendered obsolete before and during WW2 by the introduction of radar, which was far more effective. The Sound Mirrors Project attempts to reinvent this technology for the 21st Century with the help of modern age communications. See this page (via this post) for more information on sound mirrors.
Shift. Some Friday Flash Fun for you all. If you enjoyed Samarost and its sequel (mentioned here before) you might get lost in this game. Enjoy! more inside
Penis Plants to problems solved by Macgyver, Lists of unusual deaths and films including a gory death scene, as well as strange units of measure and sexually active popes, it seems Wikipedia has an article for just about everything. And not to be outdone, a list of unusual Wikipedia articles.
What If 9/11 Never Happened? (via) An indepth review of what life might have been like had the attacks not occured. It's a long read but well worth the effort IMO.
Sketch Swap Draw whatever you want and then click to swap yours with someone else's.
Escher for Real The work of M.C. Escher needs no introduction. We have all learned to appreciate the impossibilities that this master of illusion's artwork presents to the layman's eye. Nevertheless, it may come as a surprise for some, but many of the so-called 'impossible' drawings of M. C. Escher can be realized as actual physical objects. more inside
The Tesla Purple Energy Shield This small device is truly remarkable in every way. Aside from delivering vast quantities of new life force energy to the human body, it brings illumination to the mind and tranquility to the soul. If you've been looking for something to enhance your manifesting skills, retard aging, and delay fatigue, look no further.
Picture Postcards. For most art exibitions there is inevitably the picture postcard with a defining piece on it. Have fun browsing this massive archive of them. NSFW. more inside
Read between the lines... Hello reader, and welcome to my page: if you want something, try to deserve it. more inside
Curious, George: Dealing with depression Calling all monkey's who've dealt closely with someone (or firsthand) suffering some form of depression, lets have a chat more inside
Memeorandum Came upon this site today and found it quite worthy for being my homepage. The Headline News is displayed and directly below is snippets of several blogs accounts of that news. more inside
Google Suggest Beta This is just too cool not to post. Start typing a search and Google will begin to narrow it down for you, along with telling how many search results it would give. more inside
The Kleptones have once again created another masterpiece Mashing up some of the best Queen hits with Hip Hop music, "A Night at the Hip Hopera" is a beautiful compilation that is sure to entertain. more inside