Take a letter, Maria. Send it to myself.
Future Me is a site that will mail you a note at a predetermined time in the future. You can use it as a simple day minder kind of alarm and have it send you a note to remind you about a birthday or anniversary, but that's kind of lame. Use it to send yourself more momentous reminders for things far off in the future. I set it to send me one five years from now. It read, 'If you still have a day job in a lab, you're hopeless. Take yourself out NOW.'
this is it. We're all going to die.
Here's a cheery little site to brighten your day. It's a series of Armegeddon countdown clocks. You can pick the world's poison. Your options: global warming, nuclear war, alien invasion, global pandemic, and general decay. The downside is that all of them call for The End in about 100 years or less. The upside is that the only one I'm likely to live long enough to experience is a global pandemic 32 years from now. Fortunately, in 32 years I'll be old enough that it wouldn't matter.
Now you can keep abreast
Great idea, bad name. It should have been called the 'Boobypedia' or the 'Tittypedia' rather than the 'Boobpedia.' Oh, well. If you're interested in an information resource about large—and I mean LARGE— breasted women ( and who isn't? ) this is the place. Make sure you check out Big Busty Vanessa. She has a 'long nipples' tag.
Creepy yes, but is it Meme-licious?
Man Babies is a specialized photo blog and a clear attempt to make a meme. The idea is simple. Take a picture that has babies and adults in it, and swap their heads in Photoshop. The result is sometimes amusing, but always disturbing. Sadly, most of the contributors don't have the mad photochops to make the seamless pics that would truly invade your dreams. Then again, maybes that's a good thing.