Stephen Gildea's humor list
Rabbit, a great magic trick on the Web.
Julia, a computer program that poses as a human being on MUDs.
Read in Lenny Foner's
about a horny adolescent who fails the inverse Turing test.
You just gotta respect a page that contains phrases like, "Even more
dangerous is to ...."
Don't try this at home, either.
The Annals of Improbable Research.
Some irreverent science from the publishers of AIR,
intellectual successor to The Journal of Irreproducible Results
and dedicated to enhancing humor in your life.
For the best articles, such as "The Aerodynamics of Potato Chips" and
"The Palliative Effects of Osculation on the Prognosis of Pediatric Wounds,"
you have to
subscribe to the magazine.
The J. Random Humor Archive.
English is Tough Stuff.
April Fool's for the X community.
Okay, I wrote this in 1993, and it's a bit dated. But someone
else thought it funny enough for an honour award, and what's a
personal web site for if you can't trumpet your own stuff.