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The Deleted City is a digital archaeology of the world wide web as it exploded into the 21st century.

"In an heroic effort to preserve 10 years of collaborative work by 35 million people, the Archive Team made a backup of Geocities just before it shut down.

The resulting 650 Gigabyte bittorrent file is the digital Pompeii that is the subject of an interactive excavation that allows you to wander through an episode of recent online history."
wow! this shows how important the storyboard, characterizations, directing and music are to a film
an outstanding, must-see art piece. really incredible in person
XD i love this! it's "schoolhouse rock" all over again
great brief presentation from mr. lolcats on the development, success and expansion of the I Can Has Cheezburger network of websites




:D that was actually funny... gold star for good re-use of meme
"scientists are posting their data online as they produce them" this is an excellent start... i'm hoping to see a lot more of this in the future
[insert witty comment about getting turned on]
:D it's mostly made of MMMMMM and the figure 8
its a useful reference :) NO, WAIT... *IT'S* a useful reference! ;D
an amusing short documentary on the All Your Base meme. swiped from zerodoom
giving personalities to parts makes system design easier :)
haha, this reminds me of seagate's ceo...
http://money.cnn.com/2006/11/30/magazines/fortune/obrienseagate.fortune/
i love this thing. then again, i loved studying the timelines in the encyclopedia too...
The Great Internet Migratory Box Of Electronics Junk. a very neat idea
teamwork may make an organization smarter, but interruptions make its individuals dumber :(
haha, the mars lander has a twitter feed :D
http://twitter.com/MarsPhoenix
watch for humor at the end. thanks to ar0cketman




ahh, and here's the original; much more concise
you might consider it humor, but i see it as insight into the thought process of the internet
weird, charming and enjoyable... destined to be a kids toy of 2011
From the page: "found on Friday, March 21, 2008 on Prospect Park West"
whether it's cultural tradition or not, there *are* a surprising number of ways to count money




possibly the beginning of user-generated law-enforcement
i suspect we'll see more of this type of lack-of-recognizable-organization social movement, now that the internet makes possible instant mass-adoption of shared ideals and emergent coordination of activity
there used to be a job called "secretary"... directing various communications
we'll be seeing a lot of more of this in the future... it's a new form of entertainment
since i use it so much, kudos to the inventors of the smiley face... and all its variants :)
"ok, apple is up another 3 points... hmm, when to sell, when to sell..."
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