What are you doing working? Surely whatever you’re doing is less important
than randomly surfing the Web.
the art and science of making games.
- This is kind of creepy: your one-stop
resource for female latex masks on the Internet. This page is fine, but
some internal pages may be unsafe for work (and may cause surreal nightmares).
with Ben Mezrich, the author of a book on how MIT students hack casinos.
The Wired story
where the book started is also an excellent read.
- They changed the name of my favourite Mozilla browser again. It used to
be Phoenix, then it became Firebird and with version 0.8, it’s Firefox. I just sent them a small donation for their excellent product–if you’re a long-term Mozilla user, I suggest that you do too.
- A history of sex
on film (safe but for a couple small, grainy shots of nude people). "The
very first kiss on film was between a Victorian couple seen in the Edison
kinetoscope The May Irwin Kiss (1896). This titillating short 20-second film
was denounced as shocking and pornographic to early moviegoers and caused
the Roman Catholic Church to call for censorship."