1. Typocalypse, a set of fonts accompanied by the subliminal messages they're communicating. See image, left. (Via monKey Art Awards, which more typically takes aim at the ridiculous redundancy, and the redundant ridiculousness, of movie posters and movie advertising.)
2. The First Unitarian Jihad Name Generator, the perfect complement to Jon Carroll's 2005 column about Unitarian Jihad ("The vote of our God subcommittee is 10-8 in favor of one God, with two abstentions. Brother Flaming Sword of Moderation noted the possibility of there being no God at all, and his objection was noted with love by the secretary"). My Unitarian Jihad name: Sister Joyous Blade of Enlightened Enlightenment. And thank you for asking. (Hat tip: Everything You Know About English Is Wrong.)
3. The Secret Service Code Name Generator, which I learned about from someone on Twitter who I hope doesn't mind being anonymous. In real life, the Secret Serviced get to choose the first letter of their Secret Code Names; the Obamas—Renegade, Renaissance, Rosebud, and Radiance—are brought to you by the letter R.
4. Wordie's nutty compilation of names for mongrels and mutts, from a list "actually published by the American Canine Hybrid Club." Havamalt? Why, thanks; don't mind if I do.
6. The funniest Internet error message ever. Period.