If you were thinking about writing a point-by-point criticism of the Wikipedia, you don’t need to bother. It’s already out there, on, um, Wikipedia.
From the Blog
Very extensive parody of that other online encyclopedia. Well worth a browse.
A guide for those who have just started watching 24 with the latest season (currently being broadcast in America), which is Day 6. The article is good too for those who are well-versed in the programme and just want a bit of a giggle.
I’m not sure how true this is, but it’s a good idea: basically, the article boils down to (1) write down everything you’ve got to do; and then (2) start doing everything. Well, that’s the very abbreviated version.
A nice, simple, spoof site. You’re addicted to signing up to account-requiring websites the moment they’re released just so no one else takes your usual username. Impress your friends with your ability to tab through form fields and arrow through saved field values!
John Gruber points out Bill Gates’ recent disinformation about the relative security of Windows vs. Mac OS, but suggests that Microsoft shouldn’t be accused of stealing Windows’ interface from the Mac.