When Google founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, wanted to do something creative with their logo back in 1999 to signify their attendance at the Burning Man Festival in the Nevada Desert, things were simple for the Google logo; just a stick figure stuck in the middle of the second ‘o’. Since that seemingly spontaneous… Continue reading 16 Techi-rific Google Logo Doodles
Lists are everywhere on the Internet and everyone seems to have an opinion about how the items are ranked therein or just all out disagree with the choices. Thankfully, Listiki has come up with a way for everyone to be happy while allowing everyone’s opinion to be addressed. Listiki is a new site just fresh… Continue reading Lists For The Masses By The Masses
Who doesn’t want to compare their own Internet impact with their friend’s footprint? Your digital footprint will only be like a drop of rain in the Atlantic Ocean but at least you can say your own raindrop is larger than your friend’s. PeekYou, a search engine with a database recording footprints for over 250 million… Continue reading Find Out How Insignificant You Are On The Web!
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/12244413[/vimeo] The 1-Bit Symphony is not a recorded album in a traditional sense, it instead adapts to create the music right in front of you; essentially a live show in a music case. Tristan Perich has composed an electronic composition in five movements on a single microchip. A complete electronic circuit plays the music through… Continue reading Introducing The 1-Bit Symphony
Torrents have been getting a bad rap lately, but pressure has been increasing lately as more and more studios are cracking down on piracy. They must know that you cannot kill a system like that (even by suing those who downloaded The Hurt Locker), it’s just too large and spread out. Somebody seems to get… Continue reading First Ever Torrent Exclusive Series Released
Oh, George Romero… what happened? On top of the world of horror at one moment with your groundbreaking films filled with the walking dead and social commentary, then you fell into this slump of ripping yourself off but doing it worse than many of those others riding off your success. Night of the [Living] Dead… Continue reading App of the Dead Straight From Mr. Romero Himself
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/11679798[/vimeo] Do we all remember the Tamagotchi craze in the 90s? Those annoying little digital playthings made up of only a few pixels made my life hell for a good week before I traded mine to a friend for a full tube of Pogs (we were all so cool back then). Well if you were… Continue reading Get Your iPhone Pregnant and Suffer The Consequences
Have you ever been to a house and stated in your head “WTF were they thinking?” when judging their design choices? Now with the help of some docking speakers for your iPod/iPhone you can provoke your friends into thinking the same thoughts. The iCrystal by Speakal is a new innovative design as far as docking… Continue reading These Speakers for the iPod Look Like Something Out of a Sci-Fi Film
Apple has released it’s new version of Safari. The latest version of the popular web browser, Safari 5, boasts a performance boost and many more little additions to make users lives a bit easier. This update adds Bing search and secure sandboxed extensions. As well, there will be support for more than a dozen new… Continue reading Safari 5 Makes Browsing Faster
Apple has been hyping Monday’s upcoming World Wide Developers Conference pretty heavily. With all this hype, it better be good. Here is a roundup of some predictions of what will be announced at the week long show starting this Monday. iPhone OS 4 This won’t be a surprise to anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock… Continue reading WWDC Predictions: What Will Be Unveiled Next Week?