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Twitter Sort

Cheeky as hell:

Twitter Sort is a sorting algorithm that takes advantage of the Twitter API. You pass the script the numbers you would like sorted and it will tweet a request asking for somebody to sort them. When someone replies with a sorted version of the numbers, it will print them to the console and return.

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Podhouse 90

A new series of scripted radio comedy from Frank Conniff and a roster of the funniest people around. It’s like this was made just for me.

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Man Lives In Futuristic Sci-Fi World Where All His Interactions Take Place In Cyberspace

The Onion:

Though his high-tech, cybertronic existence may appear overwhelming to the rest of us, it is the only way this weary wanderer of circuits and space knows how to live. And until the day our world catches up with his, Royce will be out there on the virtual nexus, searching.

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Metaphorical Maps

Christoph Niemann’s Abstract City maps for the NYT are funny. You may enjoy them.

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A Message From Ronald Reagan To The Fashion Designers Of the World

This is the funniest thing I’ve seen in an extremely long time. Stick with it, and you will thank me. With gifts.

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Browser Debugging Flowchart

This in-depth flow chart could be very helpful for people in IT Departments world-wide.

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Paul McCartney: ‘I’ll Kill’

Peter Serafinowicz reveals the truth behind this classic Beatles song.

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Weekly World News on Google Books

The venerable American institution in what looks to be a complete archive on Google Books, going back to January 6th, 1981.

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John Hodgman at Radio & TV Correspondents’ Dinner

Hodg-man rose to the occasion. Very funny.

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Darkseid Minus New Gods

In the grand tradition of Garfield Minus Garfield.

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The Vendor Client Relationship

This is how pretty much every major client I’ve ever had does things. It is a lot less funny when you are waiting on thousands instead of dozens of dollars.