The ClassicsBeen playing Halo PC the last few weeks for nostalgia's sake. It's amazing how well the multiplayer holds up. The fact that there's hundreds of people playing it regularly still is a testament to the game's awesomeness. Plus, after 13 years, I finally got a little good at it.
I tried to post a journal just now that didn't go through apparently. It was really funny and insightful all at once, and probably could have cured some life-threatening diseases. But whatever, the website didn't want to post it so I guess it wasn't meant to be.
I came across this really interesting article by the AV Club about Homestar Runner today. They really get to the core of what makes the series special, and how the site impacted internet culture.
Speaking personally, I can say that, aside from Rooster Teeth, Homestar Runner is the number one influence for what I do. I can't say there's a day that goes by that I don't think about or reference it in some way, which really speaks to how big a part of my life it is.