Here's a few web sites to check out just for fun.
The first is a photographer who took a panoramic photo of the Obama Inauguration. You can zoom into any part of the photo and see crystal clear images of everyone there. It's truly amazing. He includes instructions, but if you put your cursor in the navigation circle in the top left corner and hold your mouse button down, you can move around the photo with your mouse. You really move so go slow. It's easy to get lost. Find it at David Bergman's web site.
The next is a good interview with Daniel Radcliffe of "Harry Potter" fame on "The Daily Beast." He is ending his run in the play "Equus" and soon to start filming the next chapter in the magical Hogwarts series. He talks about Broadway, Americanisms, and how he'd love to give a tour of the Hogwart's set to Sasha and Malia Obama. And there are several video clips to enjoy too. I like this guy.
Next, watch a beautifully animated video on the history of the internet. Check it out at on "You Tube."
And finally, a 3-minute video created by EggMan consisting of images from 500 years of female portraits in western art. See it at Saatchi-Gallery.com.