So you have one of those Amazon gift cards they peel off for doing the rideshare at work and don't wanna let any of it go to waste - use the cart filler at cheapfiller.com to make sure you use it all up in one shot.
Friday, Jun 21st 2019 (12:00am)
The bittersweet consequence of YouTube's incredible growth is that so many stories will be lost underneath all of the layers of new paint. This is why I wanted to tell the story of how, ten years ago, a small team of web developers conspired to kill IE6 from inside YouTube and got away with it.
The viral internet, a simple typo, and the power of crowdfunding will bring Will Novak, a 35-year-old man in Phoenix who works for the city of Mesa, to Vermont next weekend for the bachelor party of a complete stranger.
Friday, Jan 18th 2019 (9:36am)
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Public Domain Day was Jan 1 (thanks Sonny Bono), but you were probably hungover, so here’s how to download the tens of thousands of books that became legal to download for free in 2019.
Monday, Jan 7th 2019 (12:00am)
Google has given a chance to its users to look around the garage where it took birth. On the occasion of 20th birthday of the company, the search giant posted a Google Street View Tour of the Menlo Park, California garage where it all began in 1998. The company has recreated the space and has added every single detail to it. It has also included a secret room filled with classic Google memorabilia. The YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki owned the garage which served as Google’s first headquarters. It was the place where the foundations of Google were laid by the co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. The firm wrote in a blog post, “To celebrate Google’s 20th birthday, today we invite you to travel back in time and take a virtual stroll through the original Google Garage in Street View – (almost) like it was 20 years ago.”
Sunday, Sep 30th 2018 (12:00am)
Timewaster supreme here. Click on the color of your choice from the palette on the upper left. Then click and hold in the canvas area to make your flame come alive.
Open the control panel on the right to change parameters for a variety of effects.
Friday, Sep 21st 2018 (3:25am)
Google’s Chrome browser is packed full of an incredible amount of extensions that add all sorts of functionality. It’s tough to sift through the store to find what’s useful though, so let us save you some time with this collection of our favorite Chrome extensions.
Wednesday, May 2nd 2018 (12:00am)
A new Google Chrome extension will allow Twitter users to read tweets from US President Donald Trump in the form of a child's handwriting.
"Make Trump Tweets Eight Again" was created by the team at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and transforms the tweets into messy and colourful scrawl.
Tuesday, Nov 14th 2017 (5:51am)
The lava lamp usually gets a bum rap as some kind of lowbrow psychedelic entertainment system for people who are too strung out to enjoy any stimulation of real substance. In fact, it turns out that a wall of lava lamps is a critical component of the encryption effort responsible for about 10% of internet traffic.
Monday, Nov 13th 2017 (12:00am)
While there is no doubt that this feature is very useful to some end users, in prior versions it was available only as an add-on. Now integrated and turned on by default, it's just become another memory hog, requiring fewer open tabs or constant relaunching of the application.
Sunday, Oct 1st 2017 (12:00am)
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HMA is a VPN that works on iPhone, Android, Mac, PC/Windows, and more. HMA helps millions of people all over the world to safely and securely enjoy the world-wide-web, preserving our fundamental right to choose how and when we share personal information.
This promo runs 4:43, is moderately entertaining, and gives you an idea of a cheap service to a VPN tunnel. There are free ones out there also, some a bit less secure and certainly limited monthly bandwidth. Here are a few highly rated free ones but just remember that you get what you pay for. No free lunches.
Sunday, Sep 3rd 2017 (12:00am)
Massive proxy service Cloudflare's CEO made a hard call yesterday: he kicked The Daily Stormer, a neo-nazi white supremacy website, the hell off his service. While he had every legal right to do so - they reserve the right to refuse service to anyone - they have to grapple with some very real ethical implications of their actions. Whether you find the Daily Stormer's content and worldview repellent makes no never mind - true freedom means we tolerate opinions and viewpoints we don't share - this act brings us down the very slippery slope of censorship and net neutrality.
His blog post goes over what was done, how they came to the decision to do it, and what it means for their - and our - future online.
Thursday, Aug 17th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: beppo
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