I don’t live in the U.S., therefore I don’t know many comedians from there. Well, at least I didn’t until a while ago. Then last week I came across a post on Make Use Of that listed a bunched of them, with links to their YouTube videos. Funny stuff, check them out if you have some free time:
There are some good chances you have already seen this video on the Web. If you have not, take one minute of your day and do it. It is just amazing.
When I first watched it a couple of days ago it had 50,000 views on YouTube. Two days later and it is over 1 million already!
For those of you that like to start the week procrastinating, here goes a cool flash game, called Gravity. You basically need to release an atom among some larger particles, and make sure that there will be no collision within the time span specified by the time bar.
After you get a grasp of how it works it becomes pretty fun. You might even learn a thing or two on how particles behave under the different gravity forces (at least I hope the game makers researched a bit before releasing it…).
I am pretty sure you have already played an archery or bowman game once in your life. This online flash game is probably not what you are expecting though. There is no target. The objective is to throw your arrows directly at another opponent!
Good thing about the game is that it is not very addictive. Once you kill the computer a couple of times it gets boring. You can spice it up by aiming at specific body parts…
Over at TechCult there is a list with 20 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Stick In Your USB Socket. You think you saw them all? A USB Ghost Radar? A Barbie USB Driver?
Man, these people are either cretive geniuses, or they have nothing better to do. Probably the second option…. Anyway head to the full article and check out the 20 items. I am considering buy a couple of them. the laser guided rocket launcher would rock on if I was still working inside an office.