The Passively Multiplayer Online Game uses the entire web as its playground, hiding traps, treasures and missions on various websites; you can find them with a browser extension.
There’s nothing like monkey business to celebrate Darwin’s 200th: Devolve Me takes your picture and “devolves” you into one of four ancient ancestors (up to 3.7 million years ago).
Go where no Trekkie has gone before and create your own Star Trek cartoon, thanks to a partnership between CBS and GoAnimate.com; create your own adventures with Kirk & the crew here.
Think “Attack of the Clones” with Exactitudes; it’s an ongoing series of photos that shows the more we try to look unique, the more we conform to certain dress codes. Thanks, Vitor!
Joe Mackenzie’s HAL Project website is a shrine to everyone’s favorite neurotic AI and includes a creepy HAL 9000 simulator–just be sure to turn on Lux Aeterna while you’re browsing.
Backed by Caterham (of Superlight R300 fame), Project Splitwheel (PSW) aims to create a viable perfomance car; the twist? It’ll be built based on your input at the PSW site. Thanks, Janne!
If superpowers are mutations a-la X-Men, most should be dead ends; Superuseless Superpowers explores pointless abilities including 13th Bullet Bulletproof and Slumberjack.
It may seem like a dumb idea, but Jason’s I Wear Your Shirt is making money with 249 out of 365 days sold; each day, he acts as a human billboard and wears your shirt for a price.
Craigslist cramping your bougie lifestyle? JamesList is a luxury alternative for listing ultra-high end items for sale; we’ve spotted everything from a Bugatti Veyron to a Boeing 737.
It’s a 4 meg download, but viewing yesterday’s Inauguration of President Obama through Microsoft’s Photosynth is worth the wait; it’s basically a 3D view of the ceremonies.
Any thoughts of haikus being filled with transcendental zen messages will get wiped clean when you visit IndecentHaiku.com; visitors from all over get down and dirty with the ol’ 5-7-5.
With support for over 50 cities (but with NYC conspicuously missing), the new transit maps layer for Google Maps makes it easier than ever to find bus, train and ferry routes.
The U.S. economy is in the toilet, and it’s up to you to fix it: Budget Hero was created by American Public Media to give everyday Joes the chance to balance the budget using real data.
iTunes is now 80% DRM free, with all 10 million going free by the end of Q1 2009; there will be three pricing tiers ($0.69, $0.99 and $1.29) as well as a 3G/Wi-Fi store for the iPhone.
With the vast amount of collabs, GourmetKickz is an opportunity for Nike fans to make their own customs; it’s similar to NIKEiD, albeit with indie artists and focused on Air Force 1 Lows.
With a growing collection of gorgeously photographed case mods and custom desktops, Million Dollar PC will help to satisfy your appetite for sweet, sweet gadget pr0n. Thanks, Jack!
Google Earth’s latest update for New York City looks darn near photorealistic; we seriously had to do a doubletake, especially compared to earlier versions of the Big Apple.
Mozilla’s Community Store is pure genius: it mixes Threadless’ crowdsourcing with design-centric users, resulting in community-created Firefox t-shirts that benefit the Mozilla Foundation.
Forget those sissy metrosexuals–Shick’s Manscape knows it’s all about the hair. Get properly bearded and mustachioed out with everything from the Fu Man Chu to the Craig David.
This Child’s Play ’08 tee is simple, yet powerful: proceeds go to the Child’s Play charity, which buys toys, video games and books for children’s hospitals around the world. Thanks, Matt!
We’ve been using BFAds.net every Black Friday for the past few years; launched in 2002, their current site wins points for hosting ad scans, listing online deals and showing new activity.
ListenToAMovie.com is a godsend for office workers; as the name implies, it lets you listen to complete movies for free. Many of them are fairly recent, including Transformers and Borat.
Lego’s Digital Designer allows you to minifig-away virtually; it’s also a smart upsell, as it connects to their Factory where you can order real-life custom LEGO sets based on your creations.
Monitter.com is an innovative Twitter monitor that lets you watch keyword-matched updates in your hometown; it’s a boon for disaster responders and amateur newshounds.
Sprint’s Now website is very cool promo for their wireless broadband services; it’s packed with tons of news feeds and random fact widgets that seem perfect for today’s ADD society.
Stuck with a carving knife and a blank pumpkin? PumpkinGutter.com has plenty of ideas. This year’s picks include Boba Fett, Iron Man, and the Imperial Stormpumpkin. Thanks, M!
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