Is there a website out there that you just can’t stand? Why don’t you take a piss on it then? Or how about burning it with a cigarette or shredding it to pieces with a chainsaw? If you go to Netdisaster.com, you can choose any site you want and set forth a disaster of your choice upon it. You should try out all of the different choices and have a little fun getting a little bit of passive revenge.
In studio photography, it’s extremely easy to create your own world; from any room in your house, to your wilderness of a backyard, to a scenic foodscape, all you need is a little imagination.
Take a look here for Mr. Carl Warner’s deliciously artistic take on everyday food items turned into beautiful landscapes. Warner has made everything from scenes of the country to underwater spectacles all created from cheeses, lettuce, potatoes, cabbage, strawberries, broccoli, onions, and so much more. Enjoy!
Do you download music from the internet? Do you pay for it? Well you might not have to anymore, and you don’t have to feel bad about stealing it from the artists who make it either. Qtrax is the first free and legal peer-to-peer digital music site. You’ll be able to download full-length, high quality songs and you compensate the artists just by letting Qtrax relay NON-intrusive advertising.
If you aren’t into indie stuff, you don’t need to worry either, because Qtrax has support from the major record labels. This means we’ll be able to find all kinds of great stuff on there, from independent music to the big names you hear on the radio, such as the Foo Fighters and 30 Seconds to Mars. They even plan on releasing a Mac compatible version on March 18th, so they’ve got pretty much everyone covered here. Go get it now.
Adam Tensta is an awesome rapper on the rise. Currently, he is held highly on the Swedish hip-hop scene and hopefully that transfers throughout the world, because this guy is great. His rhymes have substance and meaning and he isn’t afraid to throw in social and political issues into the mix.
This is what hip-hop should be about. It should be an art form, not a place to brag about your ho’s and diamond watches. How many times have we already heard that story told? I grew up on hip-hop though, so I know that there are some great rappers still out there, it’s just nice to have another one to add to that list. Anyway, check out the great video below and then check out Adam Tensta’s Myspace page.
It turns out there a quite a few things you can do with a Wii, other than play Super Mario Galaxy. You might remember a while back, people were using their Wii-motes on their PC’s for DJing, or WiiJing, but there are much more advanced and nerdy things you can too. Check out the video below of Kermit the Frog (what’s up with the voice?), ok…I’m sorry, Johnny Chung Lee, explaining one of the really cool things that’s possible. Then visit his site to see some more crazy stuff like tracking your fingers with the Wii-mote, sort of like what they were capable of doing in “Minority Report”.
If you happen to have a lot of time on your hands, you may have tried your designing skills on creating Mii’s on your Nintendo Wii. Well a guy who goes by the name of “Jesus Of Razareth” has really gone “above and beyond” what you or I might have done and has created a bunch of pornographic Mii’s. This all takes place on their faces and it’s really quite funny. They all have their very own clever names too. Check out NSFWii. As the name of the website implies, this probably wouldn’t be a good site to look at, at school or work though.
Being 10 years old is an exciting age; you’ve just hit the double digits, recess is still as great as ever and you rule at tether-ball. It’s a carefree, exploratory, and absorbing age.
What were you doing at 10? I’m sure I was running wild in the streets playing tag and riding bikes while carefully evading my parents’ call to bring in me for homework. I certainly didn’t want to sit down and practice my spelling list or solve fraction problems…
I’m not sure how little Evan does on his math tests, but his writing sure deserves an A. Linked from his dad’s site, Evan’s Book Site is his own blog about books he has read and enjoyed.
I think this is a great site. It shows that, contrary to many beliefs, the younger generation isn’t entirely dense and hopeless. It’s a great site for both children and parents so that they may share knowledge in what book they want to read next.
Have you ever wondered what might happen if Google’s parents went out of town for the weekend. There would be a wild party of course! Check out this video featuring the likes of Facebook, Digg, Cracked.com, and many others all hanging out at Google house. This video is truly hilarious.
thesixtyone is a great site to check out if you are tired of listening to the same old stuff on your local radio station or if you are a musician and need to get your stuff out there. The purpose of this site is for musicians to upload their music / and or music videos to the site for everyone to listen to. The more the people vote for it, the more likely the song will hit the home page. Now that’s a great way to get noticed.
Do I have any younger visitors on this site? I have no idea, but if so, this post is for you. Or maybe not, because if you are a teenager you might already know about the sites I’m about to mention. Anyway, from a post on trendcentral they mention that the Nielsen ratings show that these sites are among the most popular among teens. Here they are in order of popularity.
PLyrics.com is a collection of punk music lyrics in all forms and subgenres. I didn’t know teens were that much into punk music. I guess it is a rebellious type of music, maybe that’s why.
Snapvine is a service that allows you to place a Voice Player on your social networking pages that will let you communicate between your friends, using your mobile phone. You can leave voice comments for your friends so that they can see and here you. Sounds fun!
Whateverlife.com, which by the way has an extremely ugly entrance page, is a place where you can find pre-made Myspace layouts, a layout creator, images that you can use, tutorials, and more social network profile creating tools.
These sites may be targeted towards teens, but I definitely think that many people out there would love to check ’em out. I think they all sound fun. I’m too lazy to change my Myspace page anymore though.