collection of websites are some of the interesting
things that we bookmarked at one time or other. We
revisited them and then uploaded them here for
100 Best Beers
- what a great way to play "99 bottles of beer on
2000 Census Data - a treasure trove for the
- this site promotes their preservation and
- Info on music used in ads, movie
trailers, TV shows, video games etc.
Advertising Slogan Hall of
Fame - The
site's slogan is "It pays to check." We kid you
- yep, more
All About Wine -
your tax dollars at work at something useful for a
The American Package Museum
- packaging as it used to be in pictures.
Anagram Site -
Fat Campus = Facts Am Up!
Any Question Answered
- from the arcane to the trivial.
Archive - This
website is one of the greatest things on the net.
Asian Sex Gazette
- Asian Sex Gazette (ASG) is a quality Internet
daily news publication. On this site they bring
you news and events from throughout Asia regarding
Banknotes - yep,
there's even banknotes of Antarctica. Really.
Beard & Moustache
Championships - everyone needs a hobby,
even if it's just growing hair.
Behind the Name -
the etymology and history of first names.
- a compendium of things that fool some of
the people all of the time.
Breakfast Cereal Character
Guide - over 900 characters from all
Candy Critic -
all about candy.
- learn everything about cheese.
Coca Cola Timeline
- from 1886 to now.
Color Diamond Encyclopedia
- rainbow of a girl's best friend.
Company Name Etymologies
- how your favorite corporation got it's name.
an illustrated compendium of over 6,000
international comic artists with biographies and
Crazy Fads - from
the 1920's to now.
The Death Clock -
another thing we really wanted to know.
Disneyland 50"s & 60's
- show this to your parents, They'll love you for
Derelict London -
800+ pictures of every day London.
Drug Calculator -
how much do your bad habits cost?
Dumb Laws - How many have you broken. And why?
Earth Calendar -
The Earth Calendar is a daybook of holidays and
celebrations around the world.
Earth Today -
watch the numbers in real time or reset your
computer's clock to see into the future.
Eighth Grade Exam From 1895
- bet you can't pass it!
Evolution of the Skyscraper
- loads slowly. Worth the wait.
Exotic World Burlesque
this was risqué once.
Famous People Who Died In
Aviation Accidents - sorted by the
FBI's Most Wanted
- Individuals with information concerning these
cases should take no action themselves, but
instead immediately contact the nearest FBI Office
or local law enforcement agency. For any possible
sighting outside the United States, contact the
nearest United States Embassy or Consulate.
the new window on the full range of official
statistical information available to the public
from the Federal Government.
Find a Grave -
Where are all the celebrities buried? Find out
Find Sounds - a
search engine designed to find sounds of all
Food Ad Tricks -
See how ad-makers get tempermental foods to behave
on the set – if you have the stomach for it!
Food Timeline -
It is possible to place both foods and recipes on
a timeline based on print evidence and historic
- Detroit is known for one of the most
stunning collections of pre-depression
architecture in the world. The past two decades
have seen several of these treasures sit vacant,
waiting for economic revival. On these pages you
will find information about the past, present, and
future situations of a few of these landmarks.
- they collect anything and it's all here.
Freedom of Information Act Archive - form the
files of the FBI.
Free Information Society
- an eclectic collection of information.
From Cow to Cone (Ben &
I scream, you scream, everybody screams for ice
- find the lowest gas prices in your area. Updated
daily by registered users.
God Checker (mythology)
- all the gods in one place.
- Like MapQuest with pictures.
Hard to find 800 numbers
- Japanese perversions, fetishes and AV
Hidden Gags in Looney Tunes
- those Wrascally Cartoonists.
History of the Batmobile
- from 1941 to now.
The History of Pac Man
- the ancient ancestor of the X-box.
Hoax Busters -
cyber security from the U.S. Department of Energy
How Everyday Things Are Made
- Stanford University enlightens us.
How to use a Japanese Style
Toilet Bowl - in cartoon form.
The last word. - H.G. Wells said, "Go away.
I'm all right"
License Plates of the World
- cool site.
- from Netscape.
Lock Picking -
the controversial site, once hosted by M.I.T.
Lost & Found Sound
- NPR' s archive or audio artifacts.
Mad Magazine Covers
- all of them from 1952 on.
Molecules with silly or
unusual names - our favorite?
Monstrous - all
the monsters in one place.
Museum Of Hoaxes
- hoaxes from throughout history.
- how popular are your first and last
names. Find out here.
- a massive central data source and a handy
way to graphically compare nations. NationMaster
is a vast compilation of data from such sources as
the CIA World Factbook, United Nations, World
Health Organization, World Bank, World Resources
Institute, UNESCO, UNICEF and OECD.
- the largest list of superstitions on the
Oxford Bottled Beer Database
- 2,300 beers, so little time.
- Build the best paper
airplane in the world! How to build it, how to fly
Pop vs. Soda -
map of the USA showing how different areas refer
to the carbonated tasty beverage that is not beer.
Predictions From 1900
- The Ladies Home Journal from December 1900,
which contained a fascinating article by John
Elfreth Watkins, Jr. “What May Happen in the Next
widely recognized as the most accurate and
most-visited source for beer information. RateBeer
is an independent world site for craft beer
enthusiasts and is dedicated to serving the entire
craft beer community through beer education,
promotion and outreach.
Rice - the
Ripley's Believe It Or Not
- watch the videos if you dare.
Roadside America - tourist traps.
Russian Folklore - one of our contributors
contributed to this site too.
Sex and Propaganda
- chronicles the Axis and the Allies use of
pornography as a tool of psychological warfare
Shit and Civilization
- the website for a course being taught at the
Skeptic's Annotated Bible
- a Bible for the unbeliever.
Speech Accent Archive
Native and non-native speakers of English all read
the same English paragraph and are carefully
Speed Trap Exchange
- you know about the speed traps on your
regularly traveled routes, but what about those
times you are on unfamiliar streets and highways?
If only there was a way you could share your
knowledge of speed traps, in exchange for the
speed trap knowledge of others.
Statistical Summary -
America's Major Wars. Interesting and
informative overview from Louisiana State
The Straight Dope
- fighting ignorance since 1973. It's
taking longer than they thought.
Strange Deaths Archive
- A man walking his dog was run down and killed by
his own car on 23 march. His Nissan Primara
hurtled down Portsdown Hill, near Portsmouth , and
hit him after he had left it in a car park. Police
believe the handbrake had slipped. "it appears as
if he tried to stop the car by standing in front
of it," said a spokesman. archives from 1991.
Collection - someone has way too much
time on their hands.
Teen Lingo - send
your parents a link to this website and then get
ready to be amused when they use teen lingo.
This Day in Music
- see what was number one on the charts on any day
Toilets of the world
- even exploding toilets.
the world's first hypertext
encyclopedia of cartoons.
Top 100 April Fools Hoaxes
of All Time
TowerSeek is a
BitTorent search engine.
- extremely well done graphical interface.
Very cool site.
- How people in the past saw the future, which is
triv.net is home of
thousands of quizzes. All of the quizzes are based
on a 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' format, so
each quiz will have 15 questions ranging from very
easy to extremely hard.
Click here for the QUIZ MENU
Truth Or Fiction
- the site that debunks or affirms stories on the
internet rumor mill.
The Two Things -
for every subject, there are 2 things you have to
Urban Legends Reference
Pages - In 1977, Ken Olsen, the founder
and CEO of Digital Equipment Corporation, said,
"There is no reason for any individual to have a
computer in his home." True!
Urinals - the
best place to piss away your time on the internet!
- the name says it all.
Useless Movie Quotes
- Truer words never spoken.
Usenet Archive -
User Manual Archive
- thousands of user manuals for a huge variety of
Victorian Era Robots
- powered by steam.
Wacky Uses for Well Known
Products - actually some good advice.
Webtender online Bartender
- did someone say "party"?
What Badgers Eat
- turns out they don't eat hot dogs.
What Ever Happened To?
- info on yesterday's heros.
What's Special About This
Number? - lots of numbers, lots of
- just where did that dollar bill come form
Wondir - ask a
question, get the answer from someone who's
probably very well informed.
World Nuclear Association
- This searchable database provides extensive
detail on every nuclear reactor worldwide
World Taxi Project
- photos of taxi cabs from around the
- are today's used to be's
- find people with this search engine.
Zip Code Map -
enter a ZIP Code & see the boundaries.
- why not?