I thought I would turn a little Miss Cellania-esque for today's post and throw up some of the links to sites featured on the calendar through the first 14 days of 2009.
Jan 2, 2009 -Bloons
Hold down the mouse button to gain dart strength and aim high to burst enough balloons to get to the next level. This addictive game and many others can be found at: Ninja Kiwi
Jan 3, 2009 -Everyday's a Holiday
Today is not just any old day - it's also the "Festival of Sleep Day." Visit this site throughout the year to learn what holiday or commemorative day is taking place at: this link .
Jan 4, 2009 -Photoshop of Horrors
Travel into the future for a frightening look at what celebrities of today will look like in the year 2034 at: Eating Nine Ghost .
Jan 6, 2009- Introducing the Book
You won't feel bad about calling tech support after watching this video from the Norwegian Broadcasting channel at: The Book.
Jan 7, 2009- Will it Blend?
Some of you have probably seen this site. If not, you will find it interesting to see Spam run through a blender - while it's STILL in the can! See what happens when the blender "processes" golf balls, talking stuffed animals, Bic lighters, and many other objects at Will It Blend.
Jan 9, 2009 - Max Dirt Bike
Another game site. In this one you ride your dirt bike through an obstacle course. Much harder than it looks. Other games can be found at the site's home page at Addicting Games.
Jan 10, 2009 - New Wonders
During the Hellenistic period ancient Greek writers compiled lists of the 7 greatest man-made wonders. At this web site, the webmasters compiled a list seven new wonders on which you can vote at: 7 New Wonders.
Jan 11, 2009 -Old Wonders
In case you've forgotten, there's still the 7 Ancient Wonders of the world at The UnMuseum.
Jan 13, 2009 - Calculator Words
"Ooblgshezi," is the name of the language formed by the upside numbers punched into a calculator. A huge list of words formed in this manner can be found at: Lang Maker.
Jan 14, 2009 - The Way Things Go
You can see Rube Goldberg contraptions at: The Way Things Go.
If I do this again, I think I'll limit the post to only one week's worth of calendar days - or least just the most interesting ones.