June 19, 2004

From Uncle Url's Linky & Dinky

The TerraServer-USA Web site is one of the world's largest online databases, providing free public access to a vast data store of maps and aerial photographs of the United States. TerraServer is designed to work with commonly available computer systems and Web browsers over slow speed communications links. The TerraServer name is a play on words, with 'Terra' referring to the 'earth' or 'land' and also to the terabytes of images stored on the site.

A companion site to TerraServer-USA is Earth View, a view of the Earth from the Sun.
Check out LivingEarth.com

Learn more about dice than you'd care to know at Kevin Cook's Dice Collection Website

IMBD.com is the King of Movie info on the internet. Now they have hard-hitting investigative journalism to report on Celebrities, too!
Check out http://www.imdb.com/news/wenn/#1

Interested in paper folding? Go to - where else - paperfolding.com

Do you remember Sniglets? Words that don't exist, but should?
Bert Christiansen has assembled a bunch of them here
Check out the whole site

NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day is now archived -- back to June of 1995

Are you ready for a GoogleWar?
Which will get more hits? Pepsi vs Coke? Salami vs Bologna? France vs Germany?
Give it a go

Every click you make, every screen name you fake
They've got their eyes on you

Here's Quotecha - 54,000 interesting things to say about different subjects.

Butterflies! Butterflies! Butterflies!

If you don't know the difference between a comma and an apostrophe, you might not want to play the Punctuation Game

If you were like me, when you played with an Etch - a - Sketch, the best you could do was to scrawl your first name, or to "draw" a log cabin.
George Vlosich III has kicked Etch - a - Sketch up to "notches unknown"
Don't miss the Gallery

More Cool Stuff I Don't Understand
He's going to solve a 20 X 20 X 20 Cube.
I don't know what that means, but I'm impressed.
For more incomprehensible stuff, see here and here

This site gives new, and beautiful, meaning to "Up in smoke"

You know you want to check out the Bubble Gum Bubble Blowing Hall of Fame

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