Gawker (includes 25 classic and memorable ones, on YouTube, from the past) shares a New York Times article about how most television/TV advertisements/spots/commercials that Fox Broadcasting is running during Super Bowl XLII/42 game, will be taking a milder, sweeter approach. There will be cute animals, at least one talking baby, an appeal to help fight AIDS, a talent contest, light-hearted parodies and enough celebrities to fill several seasons of "Dancing With the Stars" ...
Blue's News shares a Flash game called "Paint Wars". The player must trace/erase the shapes as fast as possible before military vehicles and aircrafts mess up your traces/erased shapes. If they do, then he/she will need to cover their tracks with your trace again. There is also a limited of tracing/erasing.
Freaking News has 37 doctored images showing people partially covered with folded banknotes in the foreground
Something Awful shows extra parts in opening up new real estate for all sorts of things (e.g., movie posters, movie scen
Hemmy.net shows a series of photoshopped/doctored photographs (seven of them) that depicts a wide range of emotions.
Gizmodo says most of us know the Times Square Ball as the symbol of the new year, fresh starts and the last moment of celebration before you puke up cheap champagne. But it's also an interesting gadget, so to speak, changing with the times alongside consumer trends. So for it's 100th birthday, Gizmodo made a mega timeline of it's history. It includes a graphical timeline.