In a recent post on Popehat, Ken details how he’s been accused of being a “conspirator” and many other weird things. He makes an off-hand comment, at one point, that led me to the weirdest bit of Internet I’ve encountered in a while:
Timecube, it turns out, is a gigantic single page of knowledge comin’ at ya that reminds me distinctly of a guy who used to hang out at the University of Florida, handing out xeroxed sheets of dense math proving something about God or something.
Which just goes to show that the Internet itself has no end to the corners of its delights. Wikipedia tells me I’m behind the times — that Timecube has long stood as the epitome of nutty sites. I love learning new things!
Tangent – Strangely, when I searched ‘timecube’ in Flickr’s cc-licensed image search, I found this onion, which had a timecube-style description and these tags: