If you have a second (which you likely do because you’re wasting time here), we’re in the Webbys again as the underdog of this web game. And while it’s not TWBE proper that’s nominated, it’s close enough. We’d love your vote, because a vote for us is a Vote for US.
Google Feud, a family feud-style autocomplete game.
Sample-Stitch is a project by Matt Daniels that challenges you to reconstruct the samples that were used by some legendary producers to create notable beats.
The Bob’s Burgers Experiment is a blog that attempts to create all of Bob’s Burgers of the Day.
After falling into internet dormancy, Hipster Runoff is for now sale. Seems like the site would be a great graduation gift for some budding internet salvation.
For the next couple of months, in collaboration with the upcoming film A Most Violent Year, we are publishing a culture site about New York City in 1981. From the East Village to Esplanade, we’ll tell some of the stories that shaped the year, and add in some pop culture to the mix for the fun of it. So check it out here and enjoy, there’ll be new stuff up daily.
Photo by Christopher Morris
If you’ve got the patience for archaic technology, and a hankering to play over 900 different classic video games, this is your new bookmark.
Music video director Isaac Rentz looks back at the top videos of his youth with a trained eye and matching wit.
If I was 10, I’d probably be stoked on this. However, as a jaded adult I find the whole experience very underwhelming, difficult to navigate, and lacking a discerning eye. As with a lot of destinations on the internet, the people being paid to feed the information rarely have the knowledge and understanding to truly bring a spectacular product to the public. But hey, it’s an “ongoing” project, so it’ll either get better, or very, very worse. With that in mind, enjoy yourself
The world wide web’s new anthem