Talk about your great pumpkin -- this site regales us with giant pumpkin photos, tips for growing your own monster squash and lots of other pumpkin related info.
Think you've seen every possible idea for a premier online repository? Think again.
This fascinating article in The Register tell the story of how the UK banking system could have collapsed in the early 1990's because a department in one of the banks had gone rogue, cracking ATM PINs and taking money from people's accounts with abandon, and how a junior barrister was able to step in and save the day.
Ever wondered what your inner dog breed was? Now you can find out. Just go to this link, click on the What dog are you? game link, answer 10 short questions and you will find out. Also included is a short description of the breed, the breed's origin, and a picture of your new dog self.
Designed and maintained by an international community of coffee-lovers, this site has it all: reviews of coffee and coffee-related products, important resources, and a number of trenchant pieces of writing, including The Barista Code of Conduct.
Inhabitat.com, produced by New York City designer and architecture student Jill Fehrenbacher, is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.
A new generation of desktop search tools is emerging that allows users to quickly find relevant documents in computers
across the enterprise the same way search engines help locate information on the Internet. This April, 2005, benchmark study from the E-Business Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison evaluates 12 popular search tools on the basis of usability, versatility, accuracy, efficiency, security, and enterprise readiness. The winner? Copernic Desktop Search.
While the OED definition of this word may be something like pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others, the Chicago version of this word translates into a somewhat unrestrained comedy ensemble. Visitors to the site can peruse the archives of their radio show (which airs on Chicago Public Radio) or view a number of video clips of the troupe in action. Good clean (well, at least sometimes clean) fun for all, and many a Second-City reference here.
Can you resist the urge to click? Explore alternative forms of web navigation at this high-concept and fun site from German designer Alex Frank.
Looking for an image for your blog, website or design project? The images found on the Yotophoto search engine are generally free to use provided some minor conditions are honored.