People put .plan files online, which is both interesting and old-school. And there's an RSS feed for updates.
If you’re here, you must be seriously lost. I’m sorry for your misfortune.
That said, if you’d like to hang around a while and see what’s here, then feel free. But be warned, I’m pretty damn good at wasting other people’s time. Also be advised that without the burden of an editor I take far too many words to describe anything since electrons are free. Hmmm…I guess this paragraph is an example in and of itself. Verbosity rules!
A website that claims to teach you how to beat a polygraph examination.
What if Friedrich Nietzsche wrote Bill Keane's comic strip Family Circus?
Someone fed ROM dumps from a couple of Atari games into distellamap and generated maps of function calls, with sprite dumps. Amazing, how simple games were back then...
An interesting article on tips to help you get into the mindset to make stuff.
A well thought out and carefully written paper discussing existential risks to the human race.
An offline method of generating passwords using a randomized matrix of characters. You pick out your password by remembering a symbol, a color, and a direction. Much easier to use than it sounds.
Just like in the movies, type random keys into this web app and it'll print nifty-keen-like-wow source code onto the screen.
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