Post a website, entertain me!

http://dungelot.com/ Nice dungeon crawler. Plays also in browser.

Prepare to get ZERO work done: Cards Against Humanity - online

McIrishJihad wrote:

Prepare to get ZERO work done: Cards Against Humanity - online

It's actually not an official CAH thing, but it is made in accordance with the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 2.0 license CAH distributes the game under. One the one hand, it's awesome that it exists, on the other hand, I kind of wish it done by the CAH guys so it could have the name instead of "Pretend You're Xyzzy." It also includes the expansions, which CAH doesn't have for free on their site, though I'd imagine they fall under the same C.C. license the base game uses.

Worst case, it shows the CAH guys that "hey, you could totes do this"

Meh, without the in-personness of at least voice chat, I'm not all that amused by it.

Tanglebones wrote:

Meh, without the in-personness of at least voice chat, I'm not all that amused by it.

Good point, most of the fun of CAH is the reaction the cards get.
Speaking of which, how's Christmas shopping going?

Ghostship wrote:
Veloxi wrote:
tanstaafl wrote:

Who says red Solo cups aren't classy enough for your party?

http://shop.redcupliving.com/

Someone sent us those wine cups for Christmas. My girlfriend can't lower herself to use them. ;)

Theme a party.

When we had our New Year party, we looked at disposable wine cups. It was actually less expensive to go to the dollar store and get actual wine glasses at a buck a pop.

Tangle: start a Google Hangout, setup a password-protected CAH game, problem solved.

McIrishJihad wrote:

Tangle: start a Google Hangout, setup a password-protected CAH game, problem solved.

Yup, that'd work

Tanglebones wrote:
McIrishJihad wrote:

Tangle: start a Google Hangout, setup a password-protected CAH game, problem solved.

Yup, that'd work

Ideas. I haz them.

Spoiler:

Sometimes they're even good!

Lots of (semi-)modern games as Atari 2600 cartridges: http://starroivas.deviantart.com/gal...

http://imacomputa.org/sax/

Database of 80's sax solos with commentary

Tanglebones wrote:

http://imacomputa.org/sax/

Database of 80's sax solos with commentary

Oh gods.

Edit: What!?! Careless Whisper gets a B? Quick, everyone, grab a torch and pitchfork. I'll overdramatic YOU, you silly website.

Oh great, sax and violence...

tanstaafl wrote:

Video Game Toilets

They didn't include Borderlands and Borderlands 2?!

yeah, they're on the next page(s)..

omnipherous wrote:

yeah, they're on the next page(s)..

Yep. Borderlands 2 is on page 3. No Borderlands 1 though.

Someone has posted detailed instructions on how to modify the source code of a game to fix a series of bugs and improve the game.

What game? It's ET: The Extraterrestrial for the Atari 2600

I do really like that. It's in the astronomy catch all.

Miashara wrote:

I do really like that. It's in the astronomy catch all.

I should visit that thread!

Is it sad that I half expected to see my blog on here?

Zombie Dead Blog
Not a blog about zombies. It's about zombie blogs.

The National Museum of the US Air Force website has plenty of interactive tours of their facilities and 360 degree interactive views of the cockpits and cabins of many craft, cool stuff.

For example B-1B cockpit.

Nice. I used to be a weapons troop for that jet back in the day. There are easier planes to load ordnance onto.

Amazing! For those interested in this I've linked the pages in which the original poster has follow ups with pictures.

Page 5
Page 7
Page 10
Page 11
Page 15
Page 15 - Part 2

The rest of the thread seems to be people photoshopping the original photos.