On a life insurance company’s website this quick set of questions tells you your life expectancy based on answers to the questions about you and your lifestyle.
Apparently I’ll be gone by the time I’m 64 which probably sounds about right unfortunately…
The big pictures are made up of smaller things like credit cards or mail order catalogs.
See all the figures updating in real time – there can’t be many statistics that are not on this widget.
Interactive physics simulations done as Java applets..
“The best place to piss away your time on the internet!”
Titled as ‘Eric conveys and emotion’ and billed as ‘an interactive humour-oriented website’, what happens is the public can submit a request for an emotion and Eric will try and act it out for you.
Looks like he has already done a good many although it looks like the site has not been updated for a while..
Read the case history and then read the autopsy reports for that case.You then make a guess as to the actual cause of death from multiple possibilities given.
Morbid stuff, but passes the time well enough..
Courses for women – taught by men for women and courses for men – taught by women for men..
A little quiz asking which of two famous people is the more famous. I got up to 9 in a row but missed out on the 10th..
“Quora, Yahoo Answers, Stack Exchange and all the other Q&A sites
that are out there are incredibly useful things.
However, they frequently have the funniest, stupidest and weirdest
questions imaginable. So I thought I’d aggregate some of the oddest ones
this is just a random wtf picture I found on the Interwebs and thought I’d share with you…
“As has long been the case,
sequels are a reliable way of making plenty of cash from recognizable
names. They’ve been a part of the Hollywood film-making process for
decades, and as this list of 95 sequels currently in the works proves,
will continue to be so for as long as we stump up the cash to go and see
“Welcome to the future! Here
you will find a speculative timeline of future history. Part fact and
part fiction, the timeline is based on detailed research that includes
analysis of current trends, projected long-term environmental changes,
known advances in computing such as Moore’s Law, the latest scientific
advances, and the evolving geopolitical landscape.”
Yes, they’ve found another one – looks like the sort of face normally seen on a Toby mug but anyway…
I took the test. Despite seemingly to be a random series of ordinary and not-so-ordinary shapes and bizarre questions the summary of my test correctly identified several aspects of me and my psyche (from what I could understand anyway).
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge on the west coast of Florida, at the mouth of Tampa Bay, is the attraction of choice for many contemplating life’s self end.
Stats, info and witness accounts on the jumpers…
An end of the world notification service.
<QUOTE>We’ve scoured The Interwebs for the most accurate data on when the world will end and set up this useful notification service. Sign up to receive a handy email alert whenever the world is going to end; your alert will tell you when the world will end and who has prophesied it, giving you time to find shelter in a network of caves or say goodbye to your loved ones</QUOTE>
It is our goal today to create graphics of similar concision and power, but about something more useful than war—sex.
All the data below, even the most personal stuff, has been gleaned from real user activity on OkCupid. Some of it our users have told us outright by answering match questions; some of it we’ve had to learn from observation.
Other than the unifying theme, sex, there’s no big point or thesis to
this post: just comparisons, correlations, and quirky trends.</QUOTE>