Uno Moralez makes freaky GIFs. They made me think strange things in my brain-stuffs. Emotions and images are weird.
Jeffrey Ventrella is a programmer. He worked on Darwin Pond and its later iteration GenePool, which are simulation games where little segmented critters compete and evolve in a little pool of water. In High School, I was obsessed with trying to figure out how to build the best swimmer in Darwin pond.
He also has other neat games, apps and information about fractals on his website.
Do you have an addictive personality? Play Cookie Clicker and poop-sock it until you die.
What is “The Computer Show“? Well, it’s an ugly, confusing website about old video games, so it’s my favourite thing ever!
Oi! Do you like poetry and stuff? Then go visit the Poetry Foundation.
This week’s website is the most mysterious mystery that every mystified the world.
Can you discover the Mystery of Time and Space? Probably not. Nobody can. It’s too mysterious.
Anyhoo, Mystery of Time and Space is an online adventure/puzzle game from the ancient days of yore.
And if anyone could tell me how to get its chat client to work, I would very much appreciate it.