This is terribly addictive. Via BoingBoing, we find this page that displays image from the latest LiveJournal (a popular online diary site) updates. These images may not be work-safe (so far I haven’t seen anything naughty, but you never know), but there’s a terrible voyeuristic thrill each time you click Refresh.
That page reminded me of this Google hack (which I first mentioned here), which searches Google for file names used by common digital photography equipment. It applies a random number to the file name’s preface, and displays the Google results. It’s both fascinating and mundane.