Reddit Removes r/technology From Homepage in Bizarre Internal Mod Battle

Reddit has oddly decided to punish a part of itself, removing the Technology section from its list of default categories that are recommended to everyone. It's a punishment for the section's moderators, who were found to be making life easy for themselves by using keyword filters. Read More >>

Relive Jurassic Park's Iconic Hacking Scene Right From Your Browser

For the most part, Jurassic Park isn't the kind of movie you'd want a chance to live out, what with the mortal danger and velociraptors and all that. But thanks to the amazing Jurassic Systems website, you can experience of of Jurassic Park's safer thrills first-hand: getting hacked by Dennis Nedry. Read More >>

The Voices of Stephen Fry and Other Celebs to be Saved for All Times Through Wikipedia

Wikipedia's listings on the lives of notable public figures are the crowd-sourced saviours of many a history homework essay, but many are lacking in rich media. For the school students of the year 2050, things will be very different. Read More >>

Mail Online Just Paid £1m for the Domain

Click-baiting, boob-touting, fear-mongering Mail Online, with its sidebar of shame, is the closest the web has come to producing a page that is the digital equivalent of meth. It's now been revealed that it has just coughed up £1 million in order to secure the web domain, and spread its...message wider. Read More >>

14 iOS Design Trends for 2014

Just as we did a year ago, I'm kicking off 2014 with a list of design trends I expect to gain ground over the next twelve months. The world of interactive design is an extreme fluid in terms of what's determined as a staple of good design from year to year. Read More >>

The Code on Iron Man's Jarvis HUD? Yeah, it's For a LEGO Computer

From Iron Man to Doctor Who, Hollywood and small screen sci-fi hits alike love to dazzle viewers by flashing up reams of high-speed computer code that seemingly only heroic hacker heroes can decipher. However, one blogger has found that these lines of code are often lifted from far more prosaic sources than the onscreen action would suggest. Read More >>

What Searches Look Like With the Top Million Sites Removed

At this point it's ludicrous to think of using any other search engine than Google. But while it's very effective, you'll find your search results coming from many of the web's top sites again and again. What if you wanted to find something a little more eclectic? Well, a new search engine called Million Short offers just that by letting you ignore the top million websites on the internet. Read More >>

The 200 Top-Scoring Reddit Posts of All Time, Visualised

There have been a mind boggling number of posts on Reddit since it was created, but which ones have done best? This visualisation shows the 200 highest-scoring posts of all time from the site. Read More >>

Ever Forced Yourself to Quit Checking a Certain Website?

Some websites just become a part of your routine, a habit. You check for updates five, 20, 60 times a day. You hit refresh more times than you can keep track of. It seems a lot like an addiction. And sometimes you need to quit, for your own well being. Read More >>

Become Internet Famous by Starring in Your Own GIF

OK, if you are one of those weirdos who thinks GIFs are irritating and pointless, this website that lets people insert their own faces into a variety of animated scenarios will not please you. Not one bit. Read More >>

Good Luck Closing This Tab or Ever Looking Away From This Site

Remember all that work you planned to get done this evening? Well, if you have any hope of productivity over the next few hours you'll want to avoid this mesmerising website like the plague. Read More >>

Scratch Your Own Drawing Into This Giant Virtual Moon

Only 12 people have ever made a mark on the surface of the Moon, but a new project by Olafur Eliasson and Ai Weiwei is inviting everyone on the internet to make a mark on the big wheel of cheese—or its digital equivalent, at least. Read More >>

There's a Spotify for Porn Because of Course There Is

PornIQ, a new website billing itself as the Spotify Radio of streaming smut, has done for self-love what a dozen other services have done for music. It was only a matter of time. Read More >>

A History of the Apple Mouse Created Exclusively With CSS

The most impressive thing about Josh Bader's website that documents the history of the Apple Mouse isn't how comprehensive it is. After all, you can count the number of major hardware revisions Apple's made to its mouse since 1983 on two hands. No, what makes Bader's site particularly wonderful is that all the illustrations have been painstakingly created using nothing but HTML CSS. Read More >>

The NSA Says an 'Internal Error' Caused Its Outage, Not a DDoS Attack

The completely competent folks of the NSA are saying that its nuked website is a result of an internal error, a glitch, a mistake and not because hackers launched a DDoS attack on it. That's cool, the NSA didn't go down because of hackers but because it screwed itself up. Read More >>

AAA+++ TOP BUYER Feedback For New 1-Hour Delivery eBay Plans

Twiddling your thumbs while your await the eBay delivery of your new "TAXIDERMY LARGE DOG FACE BAT SKELETON BAT" could soon become a thing of the past, as a new start-up purchase by the online auction house sees it planning to bring a 1-hour delivery service to the UK. Read More >>


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