fivelinks Picto is a very simple game where 100 coloured shapes appear, one at a time, and you have to spot the latest one each time. I spotted 40 before I blew it by clicking on an old one. Beat that. [via in4mador] Britain's male youth seem to have taken to gelled spiky haystack hair in a big way. Jacks Style Guide lets you see the latest sculpted designs and rate them out of 5. I found the results quite depressing, but then I'm not target audience. If the programs on your Windows Taskbar aren't in the right order, Taskbar Shuffle is a tiny program which allows you to rearrange them. Very useful if, like me, you prefer everything set out 'just so'. Why doesn't Windows do this by default? [via lifehacker] The Map of Early Modern London is a late 16th century visualisation of the capital with hundreds of places, buildings and locations marked. Not technologically cutting-edge, but agreeable simple. [via things magazine] Rob Smith has created an online 'artwork' entitled Stopped Clocks which displays a photograph of a stopped clock for one minute at the appropriate time each day. But finding 1440 different clocks is proving quite challenging, so at the moment it only works for 32 minutes a day (and don't bother looking after 1pm).