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If your brain is longing for more than simply adrenalin, then you'll find it here! Since there is a life beyond skydiving [at least sometimes] we like to show you some great non-skydiving sites - kinda "food for the brain".
|...and then there was The Absurd!
The Internet is hip. E-commerce sales up. Chat rooms flourishing. Everybody's got a Palm Pilot. Just a sign that the economy is skyrocketing and that technology is bringing us all together?
Some folks have other ideas about what this technoglut portends. Their vision--if, like a pointillist painting, observed close up and scrutinized--doesn't really make sense.
Go there ...
By stepping back and searching for the bigger picture in the cacophony of noises, sights, flashes, and text, this truly insane site offers often biting commentary. Too heady for you? Turn down the lights and marvel at the eye candy.
|The Digital Film Festival|
The San Francisco Film Festival rolls into town, bringing with it some of the finest foreign and domestic cinematic minds. Most major cities boast of their own fests, and a few--such as the Sundance Film Festival and Cannes--make international headlines. But appearing right now on your computer screen is a new kind of film festival, available all year round, 24 hours a day.
D-Film, as it's known, has been around for a couple of years, and with the promise of high-speed bandwidth finally appearing, the digital movies available for viewing can be seen in close to their intended form. If the thought of sitting in front of your screen and watching tiny movies doesn't appeal to you, you can find out where the physical, traveling version of this festival will appear next. What's more, the site offers classifieds and how-to's for aspiring filmmakers.
|The Classic Car Source
They don't make 'em like they used to. Anyone sick to death of the flotilla of SUVs that parades around the nation's highways ad infinitum will surely look back favorably on a time when cars had character. If someone takes that reminiscing one step further and purchases a classic car (25 years or older), this site will prove an invaluable resource for information, community, and fun.
Discover classic car clubs located near you, find the hub cap for a 57 Chevy in the site's classifieds, chat with fellow enthusiasts, or pick up some classic car books to read. But not while you're driving, of course.