Details on the 2001 <WEB4096> Contest can be found at msg.sk/web4096/index.html.
Clicking on a frame causes it to be split both horizontally and vertically in a random spot. The four resulting frames are randomly coloured (using blue, green, red, and white with white being weighted higher) and clickable so you can further sub-divide them.
A virtual version of Milton Bradley'sTM Simon. Copy Simon's sequence of flashing squares. Simon starts with one square and adds a square to the end of the sequence if you successfully copy it. The game starts over when you complete a 16-square sequence. I tried to add sounds but there was too much of a delay between clicking a square and the sound playing so I took them out.
Yeah, it's the same dhtml poetry thing from the 5k contest. I shaved some weight off the image for the fridge handle to get everything under 4k. Is this cheating?