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‘Feeling Cagey?’ Adds Nicolas Cage’s Mug On Your Selfies

Nicolas Cage Selfie

His personality and antics have spawned the creation of unusual art and makeup bearing his image. Now another thing that’s using the likeness of Nicolas Cage to spread fun and laughter is Feeling Cagey?. It’s a website that features a continuous stream of Nic’s mug plastered on a variety of face shapes and bodies that belong to men, women, and children.

It’s humorous and provides some mindless entertainment when you’re stressed or bored. Nic Cage as a baby, Nic Cage as a smexy model, Nic Cage as a girl with Nic Cage as a boyfriend…how is that not entertaining?

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Need Ideas for the Party? Check Out This Thanksgiving Menu Generator

Thanksgiving Menu Generator

Need some ideas for Thanksgiving dinner? Then you might want to check out this Thanksgiving Menu Generator by Saveur. With a click of your mouse, you’ll be able to generate a full menu to make the holidays a little more special. They don’t just stick you with images or names of dishes, either. You can click on the displayed dish under the appropriate column to check out its recipe so you can get the ingredients and start cooking.

In case you don’t want to leave the menu to chance, then you can access Saveur’s full gallery of twelve Thanksgiving menus instead. Happy holidays!

VIA [ Incredible Things ]

‘Give It 100′ Encourages People to Learn a New Skill While Recording Their Progress

Give it 100

The thing about routines is that they can be boring. Since life is basically composed of a series of routines, then you might want to mix things up every once in a while so you don’t fall into a slump. The simplest way to do that is to get a hobby or learn something new. Eager to help you out on the latter is Give It 100, which is an interactive site that encourages people to practice something for a hundred days.

The premise is simple. You start off with choosing a skill or hobby that you want to learn or take up, like dancing or painting. You can sign up for lessons or teach yourself by looking for tutorials online. Through the website, you’re then tasked to upload a ten-second video to show your progress at your current project.

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‘Happy Hour Virus’ Lets You Fake Computer Problems So You Can Leave For Happy Hour

Happy Hour Virus

“Thank God it’s Friday!” is probably what every working man and woman out there is thinking as they sit in front of their computers, toiling away while dreaming of their plans for the night and upcoming weekend. Then the dreaded call comes from the boss: he wants you to work overtime. What’s an employee to do but follow and cancel the plans for the evening?

In case you can’t cancel or absolutely don’t want to (read: hot date), then the Happy Hour Virus might be able to help you out. It’s a tool that gives you fake computer problems so you can leave and be merry.

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Ca$hcats is a Website that Shows Cool Cats With Cold Hard Cash

Cashcats

Apparently, taking pictures of your cat while it’s buried in piles of cash is a thing now–so much so that a website called Ca$hcats eventually came to be. It’s a site that accepts submissions from folks all over the world who have two things: a cat and lots of money (or lots of $1 bills.) Some pictures contain combo cats and stacks of cash, while others have a single feline curled up on a cushy bed of paper bills.

Wouldn’t it be funny though, if the cat decided to stretch and proceed to scratch the bills apart mid-shoot? Yeah, I bet that would put this strange trend to a stop if it happened enough to owners with now-empty wallets.

Head on over to Ca$hcats to check out some shots of cats with their cash.

VIA [ Geekologie ]

Oublio Shows You What’s Hot on Reddit, Twitter, Tumblr, and More

Oublio

A few minutes of Reddit a day keeps the worries away. I don’t know about you, but that statement definitely applies to me, at least, especially when I’ve had a really long day at work. Sometimes, I try to sneak a peek or two at my favorite stress-relief sites during my lunchbreak, but since I don’t have the luxury of time, I browse on over to Oublio instead.

It’s a site that shows the most popular image on Reddit and a bunch of other micro-blogging sites and social networks like Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and Flickr. You might not see much, but it’s enough to let you know what’s currently trending on all five sites without having to check out all of them.

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Designer Gets Creative With His Resume, Makes a Game Out of It

Interactive Resume

It’s a tough world out there and jobs are hard to come by. You could post the usual resume that lists all of your skills and credentials, or you could show potential employers what you’re made of instead. The latter is what designer Robby Leonardi chose to do with his interactive resume. The entire thing plays out like a video game, complete with stages and levels that let you know what Robby is all about.

As others have pointed out, the only thing missing is the boss level. The resume ends in a contact form where you can send Robby a message and even offer him a job or two. Check it out here.

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Cryptstagram Lets You Send Encrypted Messages Hidden in Glitch Images

Crypstagram

They say a picture speaks a thousand words, but sometimes, you don’t need that many. The quote implies figurative words, but there’s a way for you to literally insert text into an image–without having it appear as mere text–by concealing the words into glitch images. The image sharing site that lets you do this is called Cryptstagram, which was set up by ad agency The Barbarian Group.

Basically, all you’ll have to do is upload an image and add a message. The site does the rest by “encrypting” your message into the image. It even allows you to protect your image/message with a password for good measure. The resulting images can be shared via the site or saved to your computer, if you prefer to send it in some other way. Recipients of Cryptstagrams can then visit the site to decrypt their messages.

You can check Cryptstagram out here.

VIA [ Laughing Squid ]

Want an iPhone 5S? This Stock Finder App Will Let You Know When It’s Back In Stock

iPhone Stock Finder

Despite the lukewarm reception to the iPhone 5S, it seems like Apple has not lost their touch because the phone is consistently out of stock in a lot of stores. Either that, or Apple is taking their sweet time to manufacture the phone. If you’re one of the many who are waiting in line for an iPhone 5S (especially the gold edition, since that one sold like hotcakes), then you might find this web app by Mordy Tikotzky useful.

It’s an iPhone Availability Tracker that promises to send you an email alert when the iPhone 5S model that you want is in stock again at your local store. All you have to do is enter your zip code, email address, and the iPhone model and carrier you want, and you’re good to go.

The service is being offered for free and is only available for those in the US.

VIA [ C|NET ]