How Much Fish is a simple ‘fish calculator’ that determines, based on your body weight and how many ounces of fish you eat, if you are taking in dangerous levels of Mercury, and also gives an easy breakdown of the nutrient values of each fish. Any dedicated seafood lover would appreciate this little gem.
Sites such as Tanning Disasters remind me to stay out of the sun and go easy on my bronzing in winter, because unlike turning into an over-exposed, wrinkled grape under the sun, I’m in control with bronzing powder.
This blog, Angel Does Stuff, features a cardboard cutout of Buffy The Vampier Slayer’s Angel doing fun things like grabbing something to drink out of the fridge, or standing next to a Betty White calendar. These photos shouldn’t interest me at all, but I just can’t look away.
Artist Cory Arcangel made this website as a fictitious fan page for the eighties pop singer Christopher Cross. It’s in Arabic and designed to look like it’s from the early days of the Internet. It captures that feeling completely and reminds me of how far Internet culture has come.
Forget hurling sneakers at George Bush. That’s a waste. He’ll only duck them anyway. Think twice about chucking your kicks at John Howard. He’s too quick for us. Now you can toss a virtual shoe at Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and take your frustrations out on the world without being hauled off in cuffs.
An advice column for women wanting some help understanding the mystery of dudes, but an hilarious and thoughtful read for anyone, dude problems or no. Part of why I like it so much is that it can be really funny without being at all snarky or mean or cooler than thou. It’s funny and dirty […]
If I were looking for the next Andy Samberg, I’d be watching the shit on Channel101, which is where he came from. I still cherish and quote jokes from the short lived series House of Cosbys [watch below] and Yacht Rock [watch below], both of which were created by members of the DIY LA community behind this website. Those two shows are old now but still funny.
Dead man porn for your still beating heart. That’s the tagline to a fabulous blog I recently discovered. It takes historical characters from the past and evaluates them in regards to their ‘bang-factor’. You get to see the pros and cons nicely visualized in a proper pie chart for your consideration too. Now, that’s what I call a sexy history lesson.
Err, this is the world we’re in now. If you’re thinking of a quick dalliance tonight, you might want to visit the Love Contracts website, where you can print out a written agreement to ‘keep your love-making safe from potential false rape claims and other such unwarranted hardships’.
Think you have the manners and skills to survive the Victorian Period? Test it and see with the Musée McCord Museum’s game The Victorian Period. Gain points for completing different tasks, such as correctly choosing a proper gown for a friends dinner party. If you fail to choose the correct answer, you may be abducted […]
We’re going to print and frame this collection of politically correct alternate phrases and hang it on a wall of the Lost At E Minor office. Yes, practice does make perfect. Now, all together now: ‘Excuse me, sir? I don’t think you understand’.
When Arcade Fire won Album of the Year, a certain percentage of the population had their mindhole explode. This Tumblr page documents the feeling when Eminem and Lady Gaga miss out to some Canuck nobodies.
Self-described as ‘dead man porn for your still beating heart’, Bangable Dudes in History is an assortment of photos and pie charts that make modern day romeos out of histories most famous (and infamous) characters.
From sinks made out of salad bowls to a bar made out of Trofast boxes, Ikea Hacker is the epitome of creative twist. With the Swedish furniture pieces as the main material, the site is home to more than a hundred avant-garde ideas, each putting ingenious touches to the modern home accessories and furniture.