Last year, this magazine sang the praises of the old They Might Be Giants site , which, in retrospect, didn’t quite capture the cult band’s peculiar whimsy — at least, not as effectively as this newest incarnation, an eye-popping carnival of animated icons, whizbang effects, and the mumbling heads of four dead Presidents. Particularly nifty goodies include the Quickcam, which emerges from an accordion to present bizarro home-movie versions of such staples as ”Dr. Worm.” This is perhaps the first site in history that actually warrants the oft-used but seldom-earned distinction ”wacky.” A
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