A lot of people seem to totally ignore it. Despite this, it has some remarkable resources for anyone interested in digging. Like a roster of free board/card games, plus resources for game inventors. Or a bunch of stuff on computer security for beginners. Like so much of the Internet, there exists someone with the expertise and interest to discuss just about anything.
Though some might questions its methodology, this map does seem to nail down that elusive sense that Russians are world-class-unhappy, and the Scandinavians of all stripes think things are swell.
I strongly suggest that anyone with a delicate disposition pass on this one. It is at once remarkable and viscerally disturbing.
Following the lead of the 11-Mile Web Page, this similarly over-wide page shows the relative sizes and distances in the solar system.
Have a song stuck in your hear? This site will provide you with an even catchier tune to dislodge it.
People are stupid. The Navy has five years of archives to prove it.
Click on a series of screens, then see where tens of thousands of others have clicked. Admittedly, this is more interesting than it sounds.
Sreedhara claims this massive diamond mine is the biggest hole in the world. (Plus a big truck!) But other sources identify the Orapa diamond mine as being the biggest.
Pairwise voting allows apple-to-orange comparisons to identify the best thing in the world. After voting a few times, see what’s currently winning.