Links Related To Zombies

2004 Apr 8 Well, one more.
Okay. Done now.»
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Anil Dash Microcontent Movable Type Upskirt Piks Flash Movie with Kittens and CSS Help Bookmarklet
Awesome upskirt shots of Anil working at Movable Type, releasing software, and going to business meetings where MENA TROTT HAS BECOME A ZOMBIE AND EATS HIS BRAIN.»
Movable Type 4 Pre-release Download
With TypeKey integration and a robot that does your laundry, and total integration with everything ever, including the ability to natively blog from your brain just by thinking, until YOUR BRAIN IS EATEN BY ZOMBIES. Only available if you click that link.»
How to modify Quicktime movies with CSS
Yes! With CSS3 you can change the look of entire films by applying only a few tiny selector rules. Works on Safari 3883.3881 only! Also modifies ZOMBIES.»
An Amusing Flash Movie
This flash movie is great. The way that it fades in and out and whatever. Also the clicking. Lots of clicking. I'm going to post it to Metafilter, but I thought I'd show all of you first. Go ahead and check it out. Actually, a link to that zombie book again.»
Adorable Kitten Archive
Terabytes of Kittens! Playful and interactive. The web needs more kittens! Includes KITTEN ZOMBIES! SCIENCE DIET IS NOT ENOUGH! THEY MUST HAVE BRAINS!»
Monster Island
Goddammit Rosecrans, back off. Everyone! Read this novel about zombies! Read it! And give me the one thing I truly want, which is to have the eating of my brain by the undead thoroughly described.»
Hey! Rosecrans! Kottke!
Don't you go taking this zombie link for your wildly popular sites and blowing my chances of being a character in this novel. This link is mine until I get 200 referers and am turned into a character in a zombie novel. Newsdesigner, sure, that was fine, but I AM CLAIMING THIS ZOMBIE LINK. HANDS OFF!»
Monster Island: Chapter 4
Monster Island: Chapter 3
I want to be fictionally eaten by New York zombies.»
Monster Island: Chapter 2
This is important to me.»
Monster Island: Chapter 1
Read it, because it has zombies, and if 200 of you click through, I get to be a character in the novel, and possibly eaten.»
Monster Island
A serialized New York City zombie apocalypse novel written by David Wellington, and explained by Alex at Brokentype.»




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