In the best tradition of the dadaist nihilistic movement from the 1920s, these sites don’t exactly do anything or provide any useful information – in short they are a bit pointless.
Remember what the first web cam was used for – to monitor a coffee pot. Yes that’s the spirit.
Let’s create an art out of this.
We are working on our contribution to the movement – our (DaDa) page should be up in the next 48h (depending on the weather – hey its weekend).
Keep on clicking…and tell us if you’ve seen any other pages.
This site provides the answer to the almost ultimate question – Is it Christmas already? (The answer is not 42). BTW it also provides the answer via a RSS feed so that almost ultimate computer can also be kept updated with the moving of time.
(Note: We normally don’t use IE but the RSS formatting of this browser out-of-the-box is sooo much better than FireFox – sorry Mozilla crew there is some work left to do.)
This web site you have to try for yourself to see…(we have cut out the answer from that site)
- Web: 100 million web sites milestone reached
- Top Weirdest Web Sites that are Fun
- More that 350.000 web sites (DreamHost) back online after almost 8 hours outage
- Web Browsers: New IE and Firefox ante portas
Internet monitoring company Netcraft today reported that there are now more than 100 million web sites on the Internet. This is an increase of about 3.5 million sites since last month and the Internet continues its strong growth seen throughout 2006. Blogs and small business web sites have driven the explosive growth this year together [...]
There are many so called weird site lists or directories on the web. Most of them when we had a closer look are rather lame, historic or just point to some picture sites. So we did our own. And we found many interactive, crazy, wacky, nonsense sites that are fun to watch (and are not on these lists). Have a try…
Due to broken power cable the whole Dreamhost network was not reachable for more than 10 hours today. It just came back online. Not all the servers went down, but as DreamHost’s core routers and upstream providers are in that data center, there was no network to over 350,000 web sites during that time…
Both Microsoft and the Mozilla Foundation today announced new versions of their popular web browsers. Both releases are primary targeted at web developers. The public release for Mozilla Firefox is due within November 2006 while Microsoft wants to roll out Internet Explorer 7 by the end of October to end users. Developers are strongly advised [...]