This week's Something Awful theme is on boring movies.
Hamster project shows a symbiotic exchange of hoarded energy in aiming to establish a symbiosis between a population of hamsters and a group of vehicles with intelligent steering units. It is a documentation about the development of the project. There are photographs and a few streaming Real videos. The installation was part of the "Cyberarts 1999"-exhibition in the "OK- Museum of Contemporary Art" during the "Ars Electronica 1999/ Life Science"-Festival in Linz/Austria (September 4-18).
Compfused.com shows a few photographs on how an innocent piece of snow can really ruin your vehicle.
How well do you know your past computer games? The Computer Game Quiz! can tell you since it tests your memorization with your gaming history. Look at each screen shot and type in the game title (no typos), then press one of the Submit buttons to get results. Please note that the Web site is very slow because of Blue's News.
Get a good angle, hold down the mouse button, build up some good power, and ram the guy with your bike!!! is his lifeless broken body losing momentum?? TELEPORT IN! HIT HIM AGAIN!!!
Found mention of it on the venerable MegaTokyo. Thanks Dom.
Compfused.com posted a five minute Windows Media Video clip (8.6 MB) showing various nukes in all of their amazing albeit destructive beauty.
NONAGS posted a new funny image of the week:
GameZone reports that Roman Sizykh, a high school student with college plans and a crusader for justice in NCsoft's Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) title City of Heroes. So when it came time to write that essay as part of his college entrance submissions, Roman turned to his passion for a little inspiration. The result was an overwhelming success. He has received several acceptance letters. The article has a copy of his essay and an interview like: