If you have not watched ZeFrank, well, you should. The best part of the site is his daily monolouge called aptly, The Show.
The site began four years ago with “How To Dance Properly,” a series of short looped video clips that web designer Frank posted online to amuse friends. The link was passed around like a virus you wanted to catch; within days millions had logged on, and a Web star was born. Today, Ze’s page hosts a huge collection of interactive toys and games, comedic writings and humorous video monologues.
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The Complete Review
Opus 1 Classical
New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery
The Museum of Online Museums
McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
For many Netizens, Web logs—reading them, writing them, or both—have become a way of life. So this year, they get their own category. See box for tips on how to keep up with all your favorites, plus tools you can use to build your own. Read Our Reviews »
Overheard in New York
Go Fug Yourself
Chocolate and Zucchini
News and Information
New ways to search the Web—for fast facts, for jobs, for anything—plus a variety of online resources where you can learn more about the law, public policy or your home entertainment system. Read Our Reviews »
Our picks in this category range from the general to the specific. You’ll find a price-oriented search engine and the best place to buy shoes; a far-reaching travel portal and ground zero for gag gifts. Read Our Reviews »