It’s Monday afternoon, which inevitably means at some point, you’re going to want to take your 15-minute break and goof around on the Internet. Thankfully, we’ve made that task much easier.
Here’s our collection of cool, interesting, fun and addictive websites to help you waste time online.
Explore one of the greatest works of religious art ever created with this virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel.
This Google map of the Holy Land features landmarks and descriptions of famous locations mentioned throughout the Bible.
Old-School Video Games
Relive the magic of old Nintendo games right from your Internet browser.
The folks at the Internet Archive digital museum have made it possible to revisit your middle school computer lab by putting classic PC games like The Oregon Trail and Prince of Persia online. Just watch out for dysentery.
It’s easy to waste a few hours combing through Atlas Obscura’s massive databases of weird places and exotic locations.
Finally, a website that lets you make meticulous sand art masterpieces by just clicking your mouse. (Trust us, it’s addictive.)
Create your own Jackson Pollock-style, paint splattered masterpieces without any of the mess and clean-up involved with actual paint.
idaft turns your computer’s keyboard into a Daft Punk remix machine. See why making dance hits is easier than it looks.
For those who are more musically inclined, the Online Sequencer lets you create songs with a variety of instruments and sounds, and easily save and share your work.
Jesse Carey is a mainstay on the weekly RELEVANT Podcast and member of RELEVANT's executive board. He lives in Virginia Beach with his wife and two kids.