Apologies for the non-Brits amongst us – this may not be of interest to you but maybe you could start a similar project in your own country…
This project aims to cover every grid square in Britain with photographic footage…you can browse photos of your home town (or street in many cases) or submit your own photos to the project to be featured on the site.
Submit a flattering picture of yourself to this famous website and people will rate you on how sexy you are! Or alternatively just vote on other people’s hotness – either way a brilliant and much talked about site when it first appeared.
There are many many sites on this topic but this collection is well worth a look with many classics and some new stuff included – take the full tour for the full experience…
We already know a helluva lot about our world – and science in general is so much more advanced now than it was just 100 years ago. This scientific site contains lectures on the stuff that we do not yet know about i.e. the mysteries of our universe which have still not yet been unlocked. Should keep the researchers busy for years to come.
This chili head site has all anyone needs to known about chilis – including why people get a buzz when eating them, how-tos on just about every aspect of growing, storing, drying and smoking them – as well as a pretty big database of chili recipes….this is FANTASTIC!!
Create your own wish lists and join in with others achieving their dreams at www.43things.com/. This site can inspire you to do the sorts of things that you’ve never even thought about doing. You can read other people’s comments for tips about how to do them and help other people do things that you’ve done already.
“1,289,989 people in 13,941 cities are doing 1,113,065 things“
Excellent idea for a website and very well done – check it out.
For thousands of years the world’s more advanced cultures have been able to make certain observations about the sun and its movements. Traditions of the Sun explores this with media from special ancient sun-watching sites around the world.
<Quote> “The Encyclopedia of Television includes more than 1,000 original essays from more than 250
contributors and examines specific programs and people, historic moments
and trends, major policy disputes and such topics as violence, tabloid
television and the quiz show scandal. It also includes histories of major
television networks as well as broadcasting systems around the world and
is complemented by resource materials, photos and bibliographical information.” </Quote>
I know this is very sad but here’s a scene from my favourite show – the one and only Coronation St.
check out the wayback machine on this site. It’s 85 billion archived webpages going back as far as 1996 for some sites.
for example see what the Google and Yahoo pages looked like way back in the day…
explore all the hacks that people have found to do on their IPods – you can get it to read text files out loud to you, turn it into a laser pointer and even run Linux on it…plus a lot more than just that – check this out at your leisure ;-))
see various stuff as seen through a microscope – salt and pepper, velcro, scotch tape being pulled apart etc etc
believe it or not these are vitamin C crystals
these skycars may well be the future for us all – but they sure as hell don’t look too safe
site includes videos of various skycars hovering and flying around during testing and some technical specifications as well
browse a large list of inventions that we may well have been using today if things had been different – here’s a pic of an early motorcycle…
there’s steam-powered aeroplanes, jet-propelled paddle boats and analogue computers amongst the entries…it’s worth it for a laugh but bear in mind that a lot of this stuff was actually made.
I don’t think Last Exit to Springfield is an official site – but it don’t half look like it should be – in fact it makes Baan Liam look like a load of crud (which it probably is)
great site – and plenty of downloadable free goodies as well…
just need to find one for South Park now…hmm
If you like your science then this page will be of interest – it’s all about the things that scientists at present don’t understand and can’t explain…
learn about the placebo effect, dark matter, cold fusion and more here – although of course it’s described but not explained :-p
listen I know Mythbusters did experiments with similar things but this takes it a bit further…
gruesome pictures of stuff gradually being melted by the thing with a running commentary as well
is this the answer to our urban traffic woes? 😀 take a look at this MPEG video clip and if you want to build your own he tells you how to do it, what you need and gives you the software for the electronics HERE
I’ve gotta have one of these…:-))
what does 2 to the power of 100 really look like? this is something that Nathan has got on his site and I just thought I’d put it up here cos when you read it it’ll probably blow you away 😮
this site has all sort of statistics about the world updated in real time as you watch
have to admit – it’s a bit of an eye-opener…
learn how to write your name in Chinese
characters….or other words as well…this site has got a pretty
comprehensive listing of names and words – http://www.chinese-symbols.com/
in case you’re wondering – that’s Liam in Chinese :-p