Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet. Funday links will open in a new window.
Today marks the 5 year anniversary of Friday Fundays on this blog. For a number of reasons, today’s Friday Funday will be the last one, although I will continue to post fun and interesting links via Google Reader, and you can find that feed here.
From the archives of LIFE magazine, can you figure out which images are real and which are fake?
It’s eBoy meets Google Maps. Very cool!
A near-realtime stream of images being uploaded to Twitpic, yfrog, Twitgoo. Some images may not be safe for work – it all depends on what people happen to be uploading.
They really are.
468 tiny clips from Star Wars: A New Hope were up for grabs to be remade by the Interwebs. All of the clips have been spoken for, and the finished products are starting to roll in. The end goal is to cut them all into a single, crowd sourced movie.
Retro-cool music video for the song See Fernando by Jenny Lewis. Catchy tune!
Red bad! Green good! Blue neutral! Gravity… Well, gravity gets pretty weird in this game.
Carefully place your dynamite charges to bring the buildings toppling down. Similar to Red Remover, but with its own unique challenges.
I’m a sucker for percussive music made from strange objects (remember Music for One Apartment and Six Drummers in Friday Funday XCVI?), so naturally (ha!) this video caught my interest.
So many jokes, so many bad puns.
A real-time, interactive recreation of the Apollo 11 moon mission, 40 years after the fact.
Here you go, everyone, the very last Friday Funday link:
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