A free website that aggregates YouTube videos from the 70s to the 90s and arranges them by decade and by categories. The videos play on period appropriate TV frames, and it displays white noise when you switch channels.
Quotacle lets you search movie clips based on dialogue. You can link to or embed the clip, turn it into a .gif, download it or buy the movie. Some of ourfavorites haven’t been indexed yet, but the site’s library should grow in time.
Currently in beta, Riffstation Play is a free web-based app that figures out a song’s chords by analyzing its YouTube video. The chords can be laid out for a guitar, ukelele or piano. The desktop version lets you load any song.
From Craig Giffen, creator of the picture-based Human Clock and Human Calendar, comes Human Clock.TV. The site tells the time on a minute-by-minute basis using video clips. You can also upload clips for the clock.
What do you call a website that’s dedicated to dad jokes? Nice One Dad. Like an enthusiastic father trying to impress his kids, the site incessantly fires one corny pun or playfully stereotypical joke after another.
“ClickHole has one and only one core belief: All web content deserves to go viral.” The Onion goes all out in its parodic campaign against BuzzFeed, launching an entire website that pokes fun at the entertainment site’s style.
Depending on your age, You’re Getting Old! will either make you feel better or sad. Or just weird. The website puts your age into perspective in a number of ways, from historical events to the number of heartbeats you’ve had.
Automatically generated charts of quantities with similar trends. Spurious Correlations is a humorous reminder for us to be mindful of false causes and to value research. Numbers don’t lie, but they don’t always talk either.
Electronic funk duo George Brower and Jonathan Baken set up an interactive audiovisual stream of their latest album George & Jonathan III that displays every note of the songs as they are played. The album is also out on iTunes.
(NSFW: Language) Wikipedia is the start of our ascentdescent journey towards a hive mind. TL;DR Wikipedia is our collective common sense. It’s The Onion of general information. It’s the Fake Science of trivia. It’s the Wikipedia of snark.
The Restart Page is an interactive archive that lets you sample the restart sequences of old desktop operating systems, including QNX, Rhapsody and the officially obsolete Windows XP. Created by Soon in Tokyo and Rehab Studio.
Don’t have time to search online for the types of videos you like? Pluto.TV will help you channel surf the web. It curates online videos and organizes them into categories. Watch on your desktop, iOS or Android device for free.
Want to know how much time you’ve spent watching TV shows? Alex Cican’stiii.me tells you how much you’ve lost staring at a black mirror based on the shows you watch and how many seasons you’ve watched them.
Screw all the pranks and veiled ads. The best thing to come out of this year’s April Fools’ Day is a new episode of Homestar freakin’ Runner. Go and watch Homestar and Strong Bad work their old schtick like it’s still 2000.
A service for photographers and artists looking to ensure they receive credit for their images. IMGembed allows content creators to offer images to online publishers for free or a fee, and gives proper attribution every time.
To promote copyright reform and fair use, Joe Sabia scoured all nine seasons of The Office for pop culture references and then arranged the references by year. The video here shows the 1998 references. Make one for Community Joe!
Do you love motivational posters? Check out Skeletor’s affirmations. Do you hate motivational posters? Check out Skeletor’s affirmations. Heal Yourself, Skeletor juxtaposes positive text with images of the skull-faced tyrant.
We’ve all seen ridiculously hyperbolic headlines which websites use as clickbait. Downworthy is a Chrome extension which replaces these with more realistic (and sarcastic) variants. We only wish it were more comprehensive.
(Gore) Animator Fran Krause’s webcomic about people’s irrational fears and concerns. Some of them are silly and would make your grandparents disown you, but a good number are legitimately frightening in different ways.
A new automotive website from the team behind The Awesomer. 95Octane features cool new cars, concepts, custom builds, great daily drivers, and even classics, following one simple mantra: “Cars that don’t suck.” RSS Feed here.
A website for people who want to give – or receive – experiences instead of material gifts, such as a whiskey distillery tour, a woodworking class, a tour of Walter White’s house and US camping reservations.
Whoever handles the English press releases of the North Korean government has a tenuous but vicious grasp of the language. Boing Boing set up a template so you can condemn anyone DPRK-style. Death to thrice-cursed traitors!
Now and then we click a dead or broken hyperlink, which leads us to the infamous Error 404. The Association for Computing Machinery’s web server really takes it hard if it can’t find what you’re looking for.
A brilliant website for foodies, Goldbely hunts down the greatest dishes from local restaurants, delis, and bakeries, and ships them to your doorstep anywhere in the U.S. Be sure to grab some Cheerwine and a Gambino’s king cake.