30 May 2008

When Photoshop goes wrong

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 2135

Maybe it’s the same part of me that makes me find Jay Leno’s Headlines so entertaining, but Photoshop Disasters is the funniest site I’ve seen in ages. It’s the type of site that makes you laugh out loud at your desk. It’s a collection of the most horrendously botched photo editing jobs that appear in commercial stuff. It really can’t be captured in words. You just need to check it out!

Check it out now at http://photoshopdisasters.blogspot.com.

15 February 2006

Simple and insanely addictive

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 2058

The Falling Sand Game has been making the rounds on the internet and I can understand why. It’s REALLY addictive! It originated on a blog that isn’t even in English, but language doesn’t matter. The easiest way to figure this game out is just to play with it and see what you can do.

Check it out on DOFI-BLOG.

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01 February 2006

Ta-da List Rocks!

Category: Interesting Links,Life — Posted by Michael at 2114

I have a new addictioon. It’s www.tadalist.com. I use to-do lists constantly to keep myself organized and get everything done, but I usually just put them on a sticky note on my desktop. Now with Ta-da List, I can have a web-based to-do list that follows me everyplace I go.

Best of all, it’s free. Check it out at www.tadalist.com. You’ll love the satisfacation that checking off items gives you! 😉

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29 July 2005

Zug.com

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 1922

If you’re looking for a site to make you laugh out loud, check out Zug. It’s a hilarious site run by a guy named John Hargrave. He’s insane. His pieces are mostly chronicles about his crazy and really random adventures. Whether he’s ordering prescription drugs online or trying to see how far he can push signing bogus names on credit card slips, he’ll have you cracking up. I can’t really do the site justice in this description.

Check it out now at www.zug.com.

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