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Do Not Touch

Do Not Touch

(NSFW: Brief Nudity) Do Not Touch is an interactive music video for Kilo by Light Light. Participate in a variety of mini-games using your mouse cursor along with the people who played before you. Made by Moniker.

What Ali Wore

What Ali Wore

Photographer Zoe Spawton has chronicled the fashion of Ali, a retired doctor, current tailor, and father of 18 – who passes the same cafe in Berlin each morning. The photos are as sharp as Ali’s sense of style. (Thanks Chuck!)

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Google Street View Hyperlapse

Google Street View Hyperlapse

Now you can make your own time lapse or hyperlapse video without shooting a second of footage. Teehan+Lax Labs made a web app that uses images captured by Google Street View to stitch your own video together.

Reasons My Son is Crying

Reasons My Son is Crying

It is a known fact that babies only have two states: about to cry, and crying. This kid seems to goes from 0 to wailing in 1.2s. His dad documents the things that provoke him, perhaps for future reference. Or for future shaming.

Actresses without Teeth

Actresses without Teeth

A hilarious photo blog that will make you value your teeth more. Actresses Without Teeth proves that even the most beautiful women in the world will look horrible without their pearly whites.

I’m Google

I’m Google

A mesmerizing photo blog by artist Dina Kelberman made of images that Kelberman collects from Google Image Search. The stream seamlessly transitions from one subject to another based on form, color and theme.

Imgembed

Imgembed

Imgembed lets anyone sell their photos. People can use your images for free but with a small footer showing your name on it. If they want an unmarked image, they’ll just pay a fee based on image views.

Thumbs and Ammo

Thumbs and Ammo

A blog where people submit edited pictures of movie characters, turning their weapons into thumbs-ups. Because “real tough guys don’t need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude.” 

The Union Co.

The Union Co.

A store that only sells “goods that do good.” The brands that make the items on The Union Co. donate part of their profits to their various causes. Your purchase helps improve other people’s lives.

Menswear Dog

Menswear Dog

Would you take fashion advice from a dog? What if he’s as fly as Menswear Dog? This 3-year old Shiba Inu from New York models preppy clothes and suggests complementary apparel on his website.

Fun Switcher

Fun Switcher

(PG-13 Langugage) Want to listen to the theme of your favorite TV show? How about the sound of the PlayStation booting up? Or maybe you just want to play a drum roll. This crowdsourced soundboard has it all.

Diginate

Diginate

Diginate lets you design stickers and order as few or as many as you want. You can make a wide variety of stickers and prints, from stick-on drawings to product labels and even large posters.

Steam Alerts

Steam Alerts

A free service by Jeff Minard for Steam members with tight budgets. Specify a game and your target price; Steam Alerts will send you a notice via email when the game is discounted to or below that price.

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FlightRadar24

FlightRadar24

Tracks airplanes using ADS-B and FAA data. You can also view details – airline, destination, etc – for each plane it tracks. The site is free to use, but you’ll get more out of its desktop and mobile apps.

James Hetfield Soundboard

James Hetfield Soundboard

James Lecker’s website contains sound bites of the Metallica front man’s distinctive singing growl. Yeai-yeaaaaah!!! Yoo-oo-ohwa!!! Anthony Kiedis deserves one too. (Image credit: Zoiudozoiao)

The Hawkeye Initiative

The Hawkeye Initiative

A blog that ridicules the objectification of women in comic books – where female characters are often drawn in backbreaking poses and skimpy outfits – by replacing the women with Hawkeye.

Calvin & Hobbes Search Engine

Calvin & Hobbes Search Engine

Made by Michael “Bing” Yingling – so no, he’s not using Microsoft Bing – the search engine scours the archives of GoComics and Amazon for Calvin & Hobbes strips where your search term appears.

Dead End Thrills

Dead End Thrills

Duncan Harris uses mods, tweaks and a discerning eye to capture beautiful high-resolution screenshots of videogames. Great for scouting wallpapers or just marveling at how far games have come.

Win: iPad 4, Nexus 4 & Paperwhite

Win: iPad 4, Nexus 4 & Paperwhite

Our pals over at the slick new tech comparison engine Sortable have teamed up with TA and Technabob to give away three cool gadgets, an iPad 4, Nexus 4 or a Kindle Paperwhite. (Ends 12/19.)

The Terrifying Windows 95

The Terrifying Windows 95

Neil Cicierega’s blog Windows 95 Tips, Tricks, and Tweaks will not help you run the obsolete OS. But it will help you to not sleep tonight. We never want to be alone with our computer again.

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Asteroid Impact Simulator

Asteroid Impact Simulator

Purdue University’s ImpactEarth! lets you find out what could happen to our planet if it were struck by an asteroid (or a humpback whale ice sculpture). Where’s that hyperspace button when you need it?

100,000 Stars

100,000 Stars

An incredible interactive visualization of 100,000 stars you can view in your Chrome web browser. Also works in other WebGL browsers, but your mileage may vary. Zoom with your scroll wheel.

Google House View (Beta)

Google House View (Beta)

Got 40 seconds right now for something amusing? Check out Google House View (beta), coming soon to a neighborhood near you. After you watch, you might want to check your privacy settings.

Jam with Chrome

Jam with Chrome

You don’t have to be a pro to enjoy enjoy playing with Google Chrome’s latest experiment. It lets you select from 19 instruments to jam with up to three friends in real time using your Chrome browser.

CustomMade

CustomMade

CustomMade is an online marketplace that connects customers to makers. Post something you want to be made or built and prospective makers will bid for your order. Think of it as your personal Etsy.

Kuratas Robot Configurator

Kuratas Robot Configurator

Suidobashi Heavy Industry has launched a site where you can customize the $2M Kuratas mech and then place an order. Who cares if it’s a hoax? We just built a robot. Your argument is invalid.

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