July 28, 2000
Nothing says class like wood grain. If you dig old wood-clad cars and
trucks, then this woodie tribute site is the place for you. Get the history
on such classics as the 1924 Renault, the 1946 Ford and the Africar.
There are plenty of photos and art depicting these old woodies in their heyday.
Yes, it is possible to be Goth and keep a corporate job.
You don't have to exchange your spiderweb stockings for a
pair of J. Crew chinos just because you started working
at a pre-IPO Internet company. Get tips on how to stay Goth,
without freaking out your coworkers.
Tick Tock Toys
Sometimes the best part of a McDonald's Happy Meal wasn't the cheeseburger, but the
cheap toy prize. For those of us who'd rather play with the promotional merchandise than eat the
food, there's Tick Tock Toys. This site showcases toys found inside cereal boxes, fast food containers and
other food packaging. But don't stop there! You can also check out photos of store displays,
Funny Face drink mix, playground equipment, theme parks and more.
The Web isn't as new as well all think. Remember the pulsing N from the original Netscape?
Or NCSA Mosaic's primitive icons? Take a stroll down digital memory lane with this site that
pays tribute to the Web browsers we almost forgot.
Most folks with a Palm Pilot use it to take notes during long meetings or
for storing important phone numbers. Sabrina likes to use it to draw cute little
illustrations of what she's eating during the day. To see her extensive doodle collection, click on
the "see today's menu" link on the bottom black line of her site. All her drawings come with short
explanations about the food she ate and the events that happened while
she was munching.