Q: What do you call a chicken in a hot tub? A: Soup. I know, I know, I should keep my day job. But if there's anything you need to know about soup, Soupsong is the site to see. Soup in the arts, soup in the news, soup jokes, and (of course) soup recipes. Try Mr. Spock's favorite, Vulcan Plomeek Soup.
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Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia edited by its readers. That's right – anyone can contribute or edit a Wikipedia article, at any time. Does it work? Is the information reliable? You'll have to judge for yourself.
When you need to know the differences between two files – say, two versions of the same web page on your site – you need CSDiff. It analyzes the files and shows in explicitly how one differs from the other. It also has the advantage of being free.
Every serious business needs a logo. If your new venture is on a tight budget, check out The Logo Company and its "Logos for $20" offer.
Less is more, says the conventional wisdom. How much less? Visit the self-proclaimed "world's smallest website" at Guimp.com, and see for yourself.
The best thing about the Virtual Lite-Brite, of course, is that none of the pegs ever get lost. My childhood comes rushing back…
We've all overheard snippets of conversations that were unusual enough to stick in our minds, regardless of how banal the exchange may have seemed to the participants. In Passing is a chronicle of such random moments, as recorded by a UC Berkeley student who goes by the moniker Eve – as in "Eve S. Dropper".
Need to waste some major time? Head on over to Zefrank. Be certain to check out the Life Lessons.
My brother is a teacher – a member of perhaps the most underpaid, least respected profession in the world. Do you really want to know What teachers make? Are you sure?
You know you saw the perfect gift for Aunt Winifred in a catalog a few months ago. But all those old mail-order catalogs got thrown out during your spring cleaning frenzy. Never fear: Google Catalogs presents hundreds of digitally scanned catalogs. Everything from American Girl to Zany Brainy is here, ready for your perusal.