Out of curiosity, I wondered if anyone had used this phrase as inspiration for web sites, and if so, what those web sites might be like. So it was that I found SoundAndFury.com and SignifyingNothing.com.
Interestingly enough, there’s not actually anything at either domain name. Both point to other web sites.
SoundAndFury.com takes readers automatically to MusicMania.com, a site that in turn directs visitors to other web sites that sell things like MP3s, MP3 players, and sheet music. SignifyingNothing.com takes readers to an online publication that includes a blog and several MP3s that are no longer available.
Of the two, I’d say that SignifyingNothing.com has more actual sound and fury (even if its sounds are gone). At least the webmaster there has something to say. SoundAndFury.com signifies nothing to me. A web site ought to be a lot more than just a conduit. (Irregular Times: News Unfit for Print � Sound and Fury Signifying Nothing On The Web)
The choice of signifyingnothing.com wasn't arbitrary. Basically I am punning off of "tale told by an idiot" given that I am the idiot. Ultimately, I do believe life signifying something. Macbeth is deluded because of his own bad choices and/or fate. He denies meaning to life simply because he is caught in his lie. He is stuck and can't get out.
One makes one's significance in this life. Meaning derives from intentional living.