Exciting Links for Boring Days in No Particular Order: like Found, only without my helpful commentary.
A Tapestry of Time and Terrain: USGS site about merging geologic and topographic maps of the United States.
How to Simulate Life in the Navy: if this is true, I’m glad I got “permanently medically rejected” when I tried to enlist.
Why You Should Watch Where You’re Going at Track and Field Events: title says it all.
How to Fake a UFO Photo: this handy guide for kids makes for a whole summer vacation of fun.
Living in Paper: site dedicated to papercrete, some weird concrete-like stuff developed from waste paper, and how to use it as a cheap building material.
Ten Mistakes Writers Don’t See (But Can Easily Fix When They Do): this looks like a pretty helpful list.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Vegetables: parody of PETA, worth clicking through just for the billboard picture.
Charles Darwin Bookmarks and Stickers: make your own.
Slap That Ho!: a Flash game that some might like. I’m not a big fan of the whole pimp-ho BS that people bandy about so readily.
Books By the Yard: this has got to be a great way to clear out inventory while making it easy on designers. Genius!
Bob’s Quick Guide to the Apostrophe, You Idiots: most people, in my experience, could stand to read this.
Five Questions to Verify if an Entity is a Robot: I’m saving this in case I ever need it.
Fedex Furniture: at first I thought, “Wuhh?” Then I clicked through and saw that some enterprising individual has furnished his apartment using FEDEX boxes.
Google Command Line: interesting idea. Hate frames. Firefox’s keywords do this. People hate command lines. Moving on.
My Crazy Hobby: guy collects traffic signs by buying them off eBay or through municipalities. Ooo, he’s insane!
The Penguin Classics Library Complete Collection: only $7,989.99 for 1,082 books. Geesh, you don’t even get free shipping for the 700 lbs. of books.
Don’t Shave That Hair!!: good advice, that.
Help Me Start My Biz!: did he even try a business loan or VC? Geesh. And it’s retail to boot.
Associative Punctuation: sometimes punctuation might mean something entirely different in the mind of the punctuator.
Krudmart: lots of neat t-shirt designs here. Nothing geeky, just quirky.
Songs To Wear Pants To: this guy takes requests and writes songs based on those requests. For free. And they’re pretty good. (But he will take money as well.)
The Bastard Operator from Hell Official Archive: ahh, many an administrator’s revenge fantasy.
The World’s Largest Collection of Masturbation Synonyms: I’m going to choose to believe this claim since I’m not going looking.
FAQ: How Can I Tell Whether a Book Can Go Online?: a nice little guide from the University of Pennsylvania.
Engrish T-shirts: some funny sayings, I think it’s supposed to be an American take on the Japanese take on English. Or something.
Going Under: cool, unique picture of a two-taxi accident.
Last Words: transcripts and mp3s of air traffic control and cockpit voice recording tapes.
Filling an Office with Popcorn on the Cheap: I always wondered how anyone could fill an entire office/cubicle with peanuts and not get in crazy trouble. Here’s one way.
How to Pitch an Idea: love Berkun’s writing.
Is It Normal?: I shudder to think of the depths to which this could lead. On the Web, there’s going to be hundreds of people who think that whatever bizarre situation you’re pondering is completely normal. Danger, danger!
l33t sp34k g3n3r4t0r: sadly, Windows-only.
The Prime Number Shitting Bear: indeed he does. If you need prime numbers that have passed through a virtual ursine digestive system, this is your spot.
Amateur Psychological Evaluations of Ironic T-Shirts Sold at Urban Outfitters: intelligent analysis of t-shirt trends.
Teenager’s Guide to the Real World: 26 chapters (of 46) available online for free. Looks like a good book.
Office Pranks: I’ve seen these individually before, but they always give me a chuckle.
Goats T-Shirts: I love the “Stuff is Awesome” one.
T-Shirt King: tons of shirts.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog at the Jackson Trial: favorite line, hands down, “Who’s kidding who? You reporters don’t need food: you feed on human misery.”
J Me: looks of well-designed and well-conceived items. Sadly, it’s in England so I’d guess that shipping’s a bit of an ordeal.
The Thorn Tree: Lonely Planet’s forum for travellers.
Starbucks Celebrity Sightings: baristas share their special customers.
Shop in Private: all sorts of products in a site geared towards avoiding embarrassment. Okily-dokily.
Ultimate Guide to Shooting Rubber Bands: wow, Tim Morgan’s put a lot more thought into this than I would have imagined possible.
Which Girl Would You Hire?: Abercrombie & Fitch isn’t interested in a goth girl. People judge you by the way you look. Ahh, the naivete of youth.
Dating an Apple Developer: my wife can commiserate.
ThinkGeek “Han Shot First”: proudly display your dismay at Lucas’ revisionism. If that makes sense to you, you should probably buy this t-shirt.
USA Today Ask the Captain: burning questions about air travel answered by a jen-you-wine airline captain. There’s several questions per column, so don’t just go by the question on the page.