October Links of the Day

October 10, 2004

Links of the Day

--Posted by Riposte101 @ 22:21 PST.

Seems this lotd link was broken. I've just fixed it.

A crazy singing along to Romanian dance vid.

This thing fucking owns you. You need to watch this vid. Trust me.

City of Heros fan made videos. Some of these are really well done.

From the guy who brought us Batman: Dead End comes World's Finest. Pretty damn cheesy, but I thought you guys would enjoy it.

Fallen Angel teaser: One of the most bad ass cartoon movies I've seen. It's kinda slow in the beginning. Just wait it out.

Strangers on my Flight...

Air Force pursuing antimatter weapons. Goddamn America pwns.

My eyes hurt. They hurt really bad.

"The American military has begun planning for combat in space." We own the space. Monroe Doctrine and shit.

Those RedvsBlue guys are back with The Strangerhood.
Their first trailer can be seen here.

"IESB and Theforce.net report a Star Wars TV show. Lucas will not direct it just produce it. Kevin Smith (Silent Bob, the clerks series) is named as a possible director.

Top 50 people influencing tech list. WTF Bill Gates at number 7? Don't worry Willie they are just jealous.

Pretty cool collection of translated manga.

"This site contains photos submitted directly from mobile phones. It auto-updates every 15 minutes. Use of and browsing of this site are at the users own risk."

Art by a guy named falcoon.

Of all of the extreme sports out there, this is the one least likely to get you the ladies.

The least likely...

Jesus Christ that's a lot of games.

Halo 2 goes for TCR.

Halo 2 spoilers and Clan features revealed in Xbox Nation.

Holy shit: "GMail Drive creates a virtual filesystem on top of your Google GMail account and enables you to save and retrieve files stored on your GMail account directly from inside Windows Explorer. GMail Drive literally adds a new drive to your computer under the My Computer folder, where you can create new folders, copy and drag'n'drop files to."

Good photorealistic stuff.

Rollerskating robots.

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