If you want more of a sure thing, try camping out at 8:30am or so on cracked.com, refreshing the page and submitting their new articles – they are almost always guaranteed front page material. But you probably won’t be the only one doing so. (Same goes for XKCD, APOD, etc…)
HD Trailer for Wolverine (or more properly, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) at Myspace. If you were waiting to see Gambit, the Blob or Emma Frost in an X-Men film, then you’re in luck.
קשר חשמלי is an Israeli student movie about a superhero and the supervillainess that loves hates had a thing for him in high school. Featuring a super villain that unfortunately resembles Doctor Horrible a bit too much, but fortunately is played by Assi Cohen. But unfortunately, pitches his performance to the general level of amateurishness. Funny, though. And pretty credits at the end.
A New Scientist reporter checks out two online dating services that use DNA matching, based on the hypothesis that we’re attracted to people with dissimilar immune system genes – which correlates pretty well to whether we find the smell of someone’s sweat pleasant or unpleasant. Perhaps instead of exchanging photos, prospective dates should exchange sweaty T-Shirts?
Another New Scientist year-end story recaps an article from February about an Italian scientist’s work on using ultrasound to determine if a woman has a G spot or not. The comments (in the article from other researchers, not on the article from idiot talkbackers) seem to display a certain reluctance to accept that vaginal orgasms are an idiosyncrasy of genetics or development like bendable thumbs or the ability to roll your tongue.