is archiving the early graphics of the Internet. There are still graphics
, animated ones
, and complete websites
. They also have a blog featuring select images
) Some images NSFW.
We had a tale of time travel getting a man out of a speeding ticket. (Previously)
Now we have a man trying to pay a bill with a spider drawing
--not a speeding ticket this time. (He mentions time travel as well.) [more inside]
Plus ça change...
(that's a 15941x261 pixel, NSFW-ish jpg).
There are many picture blogs, but there is only one SidewaysPony
As one regular user so aptly put it
, this ingeneously simple site is "the most repulsively, exquisitely, disastrously, wonderfully addictive little corner of the internet." [poss. nsfw]
, an online/offline photo magazine "for photographers like us who fall somewhere in between the strict definitions of 'amateur' and 'professional,'" launches today.
The impresario of JPG is Derek Powazek
, the author of Design for Community
, who has a long history of building interesting Web-based community sites, including the personal-storytelling site Fray.com (currently on hiatus
). The co-founder of JPG, Powazek's wife Heather Champ, created the haunting Mirror Project
Imminent job openings at CNN...
Open the link and right click the picture of Bush and wife, click "Save Picture/Image" and look at the filename!
In the words of a certain Denis Leary, "He's an asshole, asshole, asshole-e-o-oe-oh".
I suggest someone mirrors this ASAP!
I remember when I first came and downloaded you. [flash song & video]
All Your Basis
Given all the special interest in what Greenspan may
or may not
do, this meme mutation was inevitable.
Well, it's about time
that we got around to this. Imagine the freedom we have now. Also imagine the possibilities for abuse. Could a jpeg be legally binding now? We still have a long way to go, but it's a good first step...