So far, I've stumbled upon sites that tell you the psychological aspects of color, and other sites that generate random facts at the click of a button. Strangely, I've been most impressed at a site that combines two categories I've subscribed for: Movies and Humor. The site is titled Movie-A-Minute.
Movie-A-Minute doesn't look like it's out there to impress anyone. It's format is free of modern day graphics. It might as well have been started in 1997. However, Movie-A-Minute is a triumph of substance over style.
The basic premise of Movie-A-Minute is that it rounds up various movies, good and bad, and condenses their entire plots into a dialogue that lasts under a minute. Here is a sample one from "Die Hard":
Har har har.
Grunt sigh moan grunt holler yell sigh wince groan cringe grunt.(A chair BLOWS UP. Then the elevator BLOWS UP. Then a room BLOWS UP. Then the building BLOWS UP. Then the entire universe BLOWS UP. But the badguy STILL ISN'T DEAD YET. Then the badguy dies.)