Check out the dynamic CSS3 page transitions - click on any menu and just the page content area will dynamically update along with the url.
For IE, it uses a hash URL and jQuery animate since IE doesn't support pushState or css transitions. And see the blog post for how
to do this on your own site: Blog
This site now serves razor cshtml pages instead of aspx pages now. It also uses jQuery and HTML5 with css3 features. And media queries make it accessible from phones and tablets. Change the width of your browser to a smaller size to see how the css changes. And see how you can do this on your own site here: Mobilize Your Site.
Humor is now here: Humor. It uses a feed from another blog that uses iframes for youtube videos that take way to long to load. Dynamic paging suffered.
Older Animations are now here: