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Everything Unusual!Chris opened up the lunchbox to see what was inside. And inside was....
A humorous web game! Can you escape from the Labyrinth before the Minotaur gets you? Or will the insanity of the pages in the Web Labyrinth do you in first? You don't need a fancy browser to play this fun game - no Java, cookies or other bloated technologies are necessary!
Hah, you think that you're smart? I dare you to try out this truly Brobdingnagian test for genius. It's guaranteed to stump you, and it almost tops some real super-genius tests for sheer pointlessness.
I'm sure you've seen those extremely irritating pop-up ads around the Internet, warning you that "Your computer is currently broadcasting an IP address!..." Well, this is my little way of striking back.
This extremely useful guide can help you through your difficult times. Or not. One or the other.
A very twisted take on the great (and not-so-great) events of World History!
What if some of the world's greatest thinkers got together and debated important (as well as trivial) questions? Here, indeed, you'll find exactly that, as conceived by Chris Street, that is....
One of my never-before-seen site concepts, from the Archeaology Chamber, has been revived!
The latest word from the image processing labs in Palo Alto, CA.
Forced to sit somebody's cat? Ha, come prepared with this official guide. Just don't expect to go professional following this advice....
This was a pretty popular puzzle page (alliterations ahoy!) back in the day. Now it's fully restored, and available for your perusal here at Codehappy.Net! Is it possible to come out of the Sphinx's lair unbepuzzled?
On this page I post my various MiSTifications that appeared on UseNet and the web between 1996 and 1999. Don't know what a MiSTification is? Come on in and try it, it's fun....
Being less puritan and less dedicated to the idea of utter conceptual nihilism, however, these other pages will doubtless dress themselves up with stuff like pictures, or a funny font, or even a colored background.
An oldie but a goodie, first put up back when it was actually a prognostication. Was I correct? It's aged well, tho'. Preserved just as it was last 'Net-cast, of course - it just wouldn't do to be adding links or any fancies to this page.
Did that title catch your fancy? Weeeeel, then, you're in luck! 'Cause right here I have the story of Nehru the Clown. Nehru the Calloused Clown. He's grouchy and cynical in a world full of cheery, happy people. But because I'm one of them, he reforms by the end and becomes one of us. That's better!
Clowns that would be better off in Sophocles tragedies. Now are you convinced that this is the only web site that you'll ever need?