Just typing words into jpg.to can be entertaining, seeing which images it picks for certain words. You can alternatively type in a word before the URL—i.e., http://cat.jpg.to . If you add a /r to the end of the URL (http://cat.jpg.to/r), it'll give you a random image using that search term, which you can reload over and over again.
- Tech journalist since the dark ages. Windows Secrets, LangaList newsletter, Windows Magazine (NetGuide, Home PC), Byte, Popular Computing, yadda yadda yadda. Google me, if it matters.
This feed is mostly personal interest; it's NOT my professional writing. There's tech here, yes, but also lots of general science and some politics and weird humor thrown in.