Friday Funday XLIII

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Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet during the previous week.

Summer is officially here, but that doesn’t mean that I’m taking a break. Here are some links to last you all summer (or at least until next week).

Internet Archive’s Feature Films []

With over 450 feature films available for download, you should have no trouble finding an excuse to spend all summer indoors. Okay, sure, most of the films are crappy (I mean, come on, The Brain That Wouldn’t Die?), but there are some classics (such as Night of the Living Dead). If you feel compelled to claw your eyes out, be sure to watch Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (for the ultimate in kitsch, take a peek at the AV Geeks section). If books are more your thing, here’s the Million Book Project. The goal is to digitize a million books by 2005. They have just over 10,600. Still, that’s more than Project Gutenberg.

All Girl Summer Fun Band []

Their music sounds like that of, well, an all girl summer fun band!

Places to go Next Summer []

Despite the fact this road trip around the United States starts and ends in Amherst, Massachusetts, you could easily start at any of the points on the map and go from there. A trip around the country is something I’ve wanted to do for a while. Now if only I could figure out how to get 42 days off in a row…

Your Sky []

Warm summer nights are well suited for star gazing, and Your Sky will help you find, well, your sky! Also be sure to listen to Stardate and watch Star Gazer to keep current on celestial events.

Boom Boom Volleyball []

With Candi and Missy! If you make it to level 5, you get a secret password (*cough* getumout *cough*) that allows you to play topless! Work safe (unless you play topless, obviously).

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  1. Dude, the guy completely misses almost all of the CA coast, almost all of the midwest, and spends how many days driving through and staying in… Utah? Weird. 🙂

    I had a plan for a trip like this. It was to be about 24 days long, starting and ending in Omaha, visiting friends in Montana, Seattle, skimming down the CA coast, time to get lost in AZ, and a decent amount of time in CO (where some of our family is). More compelling, but hey, one man’s trash…

  2. One man’s trash, huh? I wouldn’t exactly call this particular road trip a treasure (unless you’re a lazy Mormon). I want to take a trip around the country, all right, but a 42 day long road trip isn’t exactly my idea of a well-spent holiday. The link was merely… A suggestion.

    I mean really, 8 hours of driving a day for 42 days? Crap, I can barely stand to drive from Spokane to Seattle and back on back to back days.

  3. Friday Funday CCXXXII

    Windows RG Edition


    Boom Boom Volleyball

    Things My Girlfriend and I Have Argued About

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    Castle Smasher

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