When I first heard of Facebook, Friendster was still all the rage. I didn’t care much for it and only went online on Facebook because somebody gave me these virtual pets that you were supposed to take care of.
If you love playing RPGs, perhaps you’ve imagined what skills and prerequisites you’d need to have in the real world to reach your desired job or level of success. The folks at web development agency 352 Media thought of doing the same thing to their profession and created Dungeons & Developers, an RPG-style skill tree that outlines what you need to learn to become a master web developer.
Got a few minutes to spare? Then don’t check out Salty Bet, because it will take those minutes and turn them into hours of lost time. Salty Bet runs an endless livestream of computer-controlled matches on M.U.G.E.N.,
What do you do when you procrastinate? Look at cat pictures and GIFs on the web? Really? Why, me too!
It seems like a lot of us do nothing but scour the internet for the latest feline-related funnies, so it isn’t really surprising that something like Procatinator actually exists.
People are naturally fascinated with royalty. Case in point? All the attention Prince William and Kate got when they had a baby. This fascination extends beyond reality, as artwork and spoofs are often created with Disney’s Princesses as their muses.
Once a site has your personal information, there’s no turning back. There’s always going to be a record of your information on the Internet. If you’re uncomfortable with that fact, then you can slowly delete your online accounts one by one and hope that your data will follow suit.
Shortened URLs were incredibly convenient… until they weren’t. It was great to have the option to post shortened links so they’d fit well within Twitter’s 140-character limit and didn’t look too messy when you shared them on other sites.
Despite tremendous technological advancements over the last several decades, there are still numerous challenges which face the world every day. The Air Force has just launched a new website to encourage collaborative problem solving, and to create solutions which could someday be used in the field to help save troop and civilian lives or improve operational efficiency.
How long has it been since you actually cracked an encyclopedia open? Most people head straight to their computers and Google whatever it is they need more information on these days. Few, if any, still turn to the volumes of Britannica or Funk and Wagnalls, because what’s printed there is likely to be outdated.
With so many dating sites in existence, how do you make sure yours doesn’t drift off into digital oblivion?
When faced with this question, Sugardaddie decided the only way to go was to start raffling off free divorces to people who want to be “free.”
It’s a match made in gluten-free heaven every time – if you find your match on Glutenfree Singles, that is.
There’s no guarantee that you’ll stay together all throughout each other’s lifetimes, but at least you can avoid one problem most gluten intolerant people run into on first dates: incompatible diets.
Why buy when you can rent, especially if you don’t have much to spare?
This is true for houses, DVDs, even luxury bags – and now it’s true for LEGO. Sets range in price from a couple of bucks to hundreds of dollars, so if you’re the type who builds a lot but then gets bored with the set after a while, then you might want to consider Pleygo.
If you follow Reddit with any regularity, you know their mascot is that little alien dude with the antenna sticking out of his head. Inspired by all of the traffic and support that Reddit has driven their way, the guys over at ThisIsWhyImBroke have made a very special life-size version of the mascot.
If you’re running out of ideas for fun stuff to do with your family, then you might want to look to Feelday for some help. It’s touted as a “discovery guide for playful families” that provides suggestions for a variety of activities that every member of your family will enjoy.
See Your Folks is a new website that’s gotten the attention of a lot of people. It’s not a new social network or some photo-sharing site. Rather, it’s a calculator of sorts that lets you know how many times you’re going to see your parents before they die.