An even thornier problem than the Clock of the Long Now.
A website dedicated to one of the most, um, interesting solutions to the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste storage problem:
- Engineer cats that change colour in response to radiation.
- Create the culture/legend/history that if your cat changes colour, you should move some place else.
There are T-shirts!
A part-time postman documents all the cats he meets on his round:
Includes long haired mogs, short haired mogs, lazy mogs, active mogs, bashful mogs, brash mogs, brushed mogs, grand mogs, great mogs, wee mogs, twee mogs, affable mogs, unsociable mogs, mean mogs, clean mogs, smelly mogs, incarcerated mogs, liberated mogs, liberal mogs, loud mogs and quiet mogs.
You can’t have a zeitgeisty internet meme without cats.
I may have to start using this for placeholder images—it won’t be distracting, right?
When memes collide: chat roulette meets cats.
In Soviet Russia, cat LOLs you.
Cats. Reading. Once again, it's all about the cumulative effect.
The Pownce API, like Flickr, can now return response in LOLspeak should you so wish.
oh hai. paper cat is paper. i can haz ceiling cat?
Chronicling moments of FAIL and sometimes EPIC FAIL.
I can haz lolficlet?
oh hai. i maded you a website.
Just as with lolcats, the cumalitive effect of this lolcat/religion mashup is pure hilarity. I'll never look at religious iconography the same way again.
CTHULHU FHTAGN CHEEZBURGER
Following on from a drunken evening in Brighton, there is now a LOLcat alternative to tinyurl.
Seeing locats everywhere.
Okay, this started as a joke but then I couldn't resist writing a bit of code. Usage: OH_HAI.I_CAN_HAS_ELEMENT_BY_ID("Id") and OH_HAI.I_CAN_HAS_ELEMENTS_BY_TAG_NAME("tag").
I can has jenezis?