LOLcat.net is a Web site with many photographs of funny kittens and cute cats doing crazy and silly things. Even some of them are doctored and animated. There are more at I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER as well.
LOLcat.net and I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER: Funny kittens and cute cats bring you these great cat photographs.Submitted by ant on Thu, 06/14/2007 - 12:10pm. Art/Design | Funny Pictures | Internet/Network | Nature | Personal | Sight Seeings
Worth1000 has "Modern Renaissance 7" theme with 97 doctored images. The pictures put modern celebrities, actors a
This two-part series Jalopnik story shows how to make a boombox by taking parts from over one dozen cars ranging from 80's BMW's to a 1990 Toyota Tercel. It shows how they created a fully-functional boombox with an 8-track player, FM, AM, aux-in, retractable bunny-ear antenna, a cup holder, plug-in battery and yes, even brake lights. There are also instructions for people can do their own too.
Neatorama shares a collection of handdrawn American movie posters in Belarus, Europe.
Worth1000 has 38 doctored images showing toy versions of famous stars/celebrities. Note: There are some nudity (p
This World of Warcraft cartoon shows who is the real person who is cussing in the game.
The History Channel aired Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed (has information and even more new video clips). It is an excellent 2-hour special documentary exploring why the emotional impact of the Star Wars Saga remains as relevant as ever.
Through interviews with politicians, academics, journalists and critics, viewers learn about the similarities between the tales
ExtremeTech gives a broad, high-level overview of something fairly common that many computer users don't thoroughly understand with graphic card advanced techniques: antialias and anisotropic. They are used to improve the image quality of 3D graphics. But what exactly are they, and how do they work? The article, with screen shots, gives a basic understand of what AA (antialiasing) and AF (anisotropic filtering) are...
COLOURlovers (#1 and #2) blogs on about why things come in certain colors. Some colors become huge successes early on and then fade off into obscurity, while other colors go the distance and become international icons. It looks at eleven of the great color legends like red stop sign, horny green M&Ms, black death, blue sky, etc.