There’s nothing worse than losing an expensive gadget, especially when it costs hundreds of dollars. When that happens you feel a sick feeling in your stomach and you can already see the dollar signs leaving your bank account in order to replace it.
For his first Raspberry Pi project, Redditor tvm78 used the tiny computer to turn an old monitor into a digital picture frame. But instead of loading pictures of their family, tvm78 decided to stay connected with their online community.
This is the saga of Tom aka 987spongebob, a 14-year old boy and a Viking for a while. He will be rembered for his epic troll – he’s actually 18! It’s true! – his hacker skills and his friend in anymouse :3 lol jk.
What’s your favorite subreddit?
As for me, well, there are two sections on Reddit that I always make sure to check out whenever I’m online. One of those is /aww, because what’s not to love about a forum that almost always make you go “aww!”
You enjoy playing The Legend of Zelda, right? What if you could play it in real life? Well, you can. You might even win some rupees. Redditor evildeadite sometimes puts together a treasure chest full of Hyrule treasures and stashes it somewhere for strangers to find.
It was a match made in heaven. So when the time was just right, Redditor SirTechnocracy put together a heart-wrenching proposal that made fellow Redditors and non-Redditors alike swoon.
Last Monday morning, he posted a link of a gallery to AdviceAnimals.
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.
There’s a little known species of Wookiee that is often seen walking out of the ocean, known as Seaweed Wookiees. Okay, that’s a lie, but it would be cool to have ocean dwelling Wookiees that attacked folks on land.
Back in the day, all a guy (or girl) had to do was buy a ring and get down on one knee to propose to the love of their loves. Things have gotten more complicated these days, and proposals are no exception.
After comparing web browsers to forms of transportation, cartoonist/T-shirt designer Caldwell Tanner took a look at some of the most popular websites on the Internet and paired them with the heroes of the Justice League. Look!
Gamers, here’s an awesome way to jump start your Monday (or end it, in my case). Amidst all the hype, reports of shortcomings and scams and overreacting complaints about video games that we come across on the Web nowadays, it’s nice to see something that reminds us of the things that make gaming fun: the sense of adventure, exploration and challenge.
…but they’re not for sale either. Not yet anyway.
This wonderfully apt creation was made by redditor TriangleMen’s friend using “a CnC table and spare time/metal.” The picture below would have been more awesome if they placed the bookends and books on the opposite sides of a wall.
Last week, the popular social news site Digg overhauled its website, turning it into a hybrid social bookmarking/social networking site. It hasn’t been an easy transition. Many users despise the new look and have taken it to new lengths to protest.
Rate Rush put together this handy chart comparing Reddit and Digg. Between the two, who would win in a fight? I no longer use either on a regular basis, but some people swear by these social news sites.
Half of the links on Reddit go to Imgur, a photo-sharing site created by a Redditor.
Don’t fret if that title doesn’t make any sense. This bacon-scented soap celebrating reddit’s admittedly adorable mascot doesn’t make any sense, either, except that, well, the alien is cute, and bacon is delicious. But with those truisms out of the way, there’s no explaining the bacon reddit soap.