25 June 2010

The Settlers of Catan ported to Microsoft Surface #

[via:Chris Helenius]

24 January 2010

Quix – quick commands for the web in a single, compatible bookmarklet

No browser extensions required.

[via:Merlin Mann]

18 September 2009

why won't he ask me out - why won't limewire connect - why won't my parakeet eat my diarrhea - why won't my ipod sync - why won't itunes open - why won't god heal amputees - why won't my ipod turn on - why won't my car start - why won't he marry me - why won't my hydrangea bloom

Google Suggest: Disobedient birds and god’s mysterious love

Why not try the other way around? Explore the healing powers of parakeets and ask god if he’s into scat.

Google does return these suggestions at the time of writing. You know, this drains my hope for humanity much like Yahoo Answers and some Michael Jackson fans.

[via:Fuck Yeah 4Chan]

26 August 2009

Porn bookmark collections put people off upgrading to Firefox 3

“In May, [Mozilla made] one last attempt at persuading [Firefox 2 users] to move up to Firefox 3 [...] Those who declined were invited to fill out a questionnaire. [...] The number one reason for not upgrading was the new location bar, and the fact that it delved into people’s bookmark collections to suggest sites as they typed.”

[via:Slashdot]

12 August 2009

mac os x snow leopard wallpapers The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai

Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard desktop pictures

[via:Hacker News]

windows 7 wallpaper

Windows 7 Wallpapers

There are a few nicely trippy ones. Great improvement over previous Windows default artwork.

[via:Hacker News]

19 September 2008

Talk Like a Pirate Day 2008: Google translated to pirate talk

27 August 2008

Ubiquity for Firefox: short commands for “instant mashups”

See also: Ubiquity on the Mozilla Wiki, Vimeo link to the video.

[via:Scoble]

22 August 2008

Melbourne carpark way-finding-system plays with perspective

Axel Peemöller Melbourne Eureka Tower carpark perspective weirdness

“In Melbourne I [German designer Axel Peemöller] developed a way-finding-system for the Eureka Tower Carpark while working for Emery Studio. The distored letters on the wall can be read perfectly when standing at the right position. This project won several international design awards.”

[via:UI and us]

11 August 2008

Google’s online security blog suggests browser expiration warning

Example best before implementation on a Web browser

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