"Why when I was young...." Take a look at how things really used to be, say, on the day you were born or a parent's birthdate. It won't make you feel better about the price of gasoline, however. Just enter a birth date for our personal time capsule.
Did you ever get paper money with 'where's George" stamped or printed on it? This is a mild way to have fun. Visit Where's George and register; you'll need to activate your account. Enter a bill number and size, plus your zip code, to see where the bill has been. Or discreetly print "wheresgeorge.com" on the margin of the bill, register it and send it on it's way. You can check back on progress, or elect to have email notifications.
Play 20 Questions with your computer
Here's another programmer with FAR too much time on his or her hands: See Spin , found by son Zog. Hint: click on the man's figure to change things. Actually I've had a lot of days like that recently; how about you?
Better to laugh than cry - even about dieting. Dan Worona calls our attention to his site. DIET HUMOR: a nearly 50-year collection.
Shockwave has the latest in dozens of addictive games and puzzles. Some can only be purchased, but many of them are free to use online. Just register and browse.
JTed is a great tetris game by Claudio Eichenberger of Switzerland.
ZParadise.com has games and all kinds of activities for kids from 6 years up.
Visit The Treehouse - exploring the world around us - for family fun.
If you have small children who can use a mouse, here's a site contributed by ChefAl of Great World Chefs that they will love. It's fun and will also reassure little ones who may find Halloween a mite too scary. See Meddybemps Ghost Walk.
Found this in Recipe du Jour's great newsletter. Remember kaleidoscopes, those cardboard tubes with mirrors and bits of colored glass? I think I got one every Christmas when I was a kid.? Here's an electronic kaleidoscope. Show the little ones. Have fun.
Having a bad day? Want somebody to "make nice" with you and pat you on the back? (After all, you're probably doing the best you can.) Found this in Recipe du Jour's great newsletter: Automatic Flatterer web tool
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