Sunday, September 25, 2005


Just occasionally, I find, you have to succumb to a bit of well-directed web jollity. Being grown-up doesn't have to be deadly serious, does it? Anyway, who could really fail to be seduced by The Global Stupidity Advisory System? Also rather enjoyable is the Gematriculator service that uses "the infallible methods of Gematria developed by Mr Ivan Panin to determine how good or evil a web site or a text passage is." Bonkers. Oh, I nearly forgot DIY Pope (a new image needed there, guys) and the Automatic IT Company Profiler ("we extrapolate empowerment, immersive know-how and real-time approval"). I fear that the naughty genius behind this deranged site could even invent a religious cult Richard Dawkins would join. And probably has. (Whoops, only a rumour.)

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