For those who get these in the mail or in magazines, here's 101 uses for the disks other than actually putting one in your computer.
Devoted to an appreciation for the subtle artistry that is a 404 Not Found site. Includes the best ever found and tribute pages.
Humorous and informative page about the dreaded 404 error message. Learn how to make a 404 page and find out the history and meaning of 404.
AOL's gotten a lot of heat for constant busy signals, so this site decides to get a dig in as well. Designed like AOL's connection page.
CGI-based "Automagic" resignation letter generator lets people who have become disgruntled with their "dot-bomb" create a quick and easy document of intent.
Humorous description of what it takes to get a site listed in the Yahoo! directory.
Download images which parody the "Frugalness" program that Cysco has instated to try to save money by having employees consume less.
Brief tale of someone's trials and tribulations at simply joining and connecting to AOL.
If eBay has become tiresome, surf on over to this site collecting the Web's most disturbing auctions.
Check out parodies of the official sites of the White House, AltaVista, "Star Wars," and "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
Poking fun at Netscape, this site instructs users how to download Headscape and what to do if problems occur.
Consumers annoyed with useless AOL CD mailings can submit or try practical or fun applications of the discs.
Pseudo marketing company puns the high-tech naming game.
Check out this truly comprehensive discussion on counters. Includes a counter gallery and contact information.
Get the news from the Internet's first sock puppet newscaster, only without the sock, or help feed a starving Webmaster.
Check out this humorous parody of Yahoo! Features a new parody each Thursday.
Light-hearted tools and distractions for making the Internet a less stressful place to work and play.
See "real screen captures of actual responses" between Jeeves of AskJeeves and "SatireWire" editor Treat Warland. Follow the fuzzy logic.
Visit the official Web site of the Son of God. Includes a photo album, links, a biography, and a mailbag.
Mac-haters will get a kick out this parody of MacWEEK magazine.
Netscape's mascot from the early days is memorialized, with tales of his lifestyle and other interesting links he might enjoy.
Find out what would happen to Star Trek, The Next Generation if Microsoft continues to dominate the software market.
Register for a coveted .ned domain name, or visit such hot Interned sites as Nedster, Ned Herring and Nedscape.
Disgruntled citizens who recieve unsolicited AOL CDs are encouraged to view this site and send unused CDs to this site with a purpose.
Spoof of computer text publisher O'Reilly describes such fake books as "Writing Word Macro Viruses" and "Practical UNIX Terrorism." Browse parody titles and site news.
Staff collumnist Flesh introduces the unsuspecting internet community to what the Pigdog.org Journal actually is. Apparently it involves large doses of alcohol.
Read Sally Struthers' heart-felt plea along with some testimonials, and find out how to "share your love" by sponsoring a needy Internet company.
Check out the anti-Microsoft index, a directory of links mainly related to Windows, Microsoft, Bill Gates, and the sites who hate them.
Explore this parody of Slashdot billed as "porn for nerds, stuff that splatters."
Error message that parodies the Microsoft default error display page that Internet surfers get when they click on a wrong link.
Offers links to a wide range of movie, Web, and other parody sites.
Self-proclaimed favorite of the former Israeli prime minister and humorous approach to the Internet, computers and web browsing.
Vivid Studios presents their 1998 April Fool's Day parody of CNET.
Read a mock history of the latest Internet application, the Olfactory Transmission Protocol, which allows transmission of smells over the Web.
Anyone in need of human body parts, used toothbrushes, or bogus Elian Gonzalez memorabilia can save time scouring eBay by visiting this site.