Friday Funday CXV

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

Neave.tv [del.icio.us]

An experimental use of video over the web. I can’t even begin to describe how cool this is. The UI isn’t too bad, either. Be sure to have a broadband connection for this one, though.

Line Rider [del.icio.us]

Even though I only discovered this a few days ago, Line Rider has jumped the shark, which tells me just how far behind I really am.

In 1999 [del.icio.us]

MP3 of the 1924 Al Bernard song 1999, which describes what life will be like seventy five years in the future. I love seeing/hearing/reading stuff like this. It’s interesting to find out what people thought would actually happen, and compare it to what did or did not.

Unnessary Censorship [del.icio.us]

I don’t find Jimmy Kimmel to be particularly funny, but Unnessary Censorship often makes me laugh out loud. Here are the best ones. Be forewarned, you will laugh. A lot.

Biff’s Question Song [del.icio.us]

Thomas F. Wilson, the guy who played Biff Tannen in Back to the Future, wrote a song about life after the film.

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