Fun Stuff:
Fun and peculiar, sometimes even useful stuff.


Turn Your Images Into Jigsaw Puzzles

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Create a jigsaw puzzle from your own image and send to others or put it on your website with JigsawPlanet. To add a puzzle to your website, upload your image, create the puzzle and copy and paste the code. This program works very well and the puzzle pieces move smoothly. You can try it and test it with the pre-made puzzles on the site.

Social Media Counter

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Created by Gary Hayes, this real time social media counter counts blog posts added, new Facebook members added, tweets sent on Twitter, videos watched on YouTube, searches made on Google, money spent on virtual gifts and a lot more. To visit Gary’s blog and read about what data the numbers in this social media counter are based on, go to his PersonalizeMedia blog.

 

Funny Blue Screen Shots

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Just for fun: See a collection of the 30 funniest blue screens of death on web designer’s Francesco Mugnai’s blog. There are images of blue screens in amusement parks, stores, on buildings and even on arms as tattoos!

Bad Domain Names

Check out this list of bad domain names at 200ok. You may have the best intentions when trying to come up with the right domain name, but these examples show that when you look at the words without spaces, they magically form different kinds of words! The best way to avoid this scenario is to take a look at what your domain would look like written down on a page. It also helps to show your possible domains – in writing – to a few other people; they may ‘see’ something that you didn’t notice before…

Visual Twitter Network Browser

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A fun way to browse through Twitter networks is to use neuroproductions visual Twitter browser. You simply add a Twitter username and that account’s network pops up, including avatars. Screen space is limited, so not all members in your network are displayed. You can then click on the avatars to keep browsing their networks. This Twitter app is smaller than 5k and just enough to browse through your Twitter friends. When you’re done playing with that, check out Kris Temmerman’s other visual experiments projects.

Twitter Friends Network Browser
Our newest friends on Twitter