The Chrome Music Lab Experiments are easy to use web-based apps that let you create music or play with sound right on your desktop or mobile browser. Just a few years ago stuff like this was available only on professional software.
A Chrome browser extension that lets you turn emails sent via Gmail into unreadeable messages anytime you want. It’s like Gmail’s undo send feature except you can do it even weeks after you’ve sent the email.
A Chrome browser plugin which creates a visualization of all sites visited in your browser’s history, using nothing but Favicons – those tiny icons which appear in your toolbar. Each icon is clickable, and you can highlight by time of day.
This rolltop bag has a spacious interior capable of carrying a 15″ MacBook Pro, and has separate compartments for wet and dry items. But the real trick up its sleeve is the external cargo net for carrying everything from shoes to a helmet.
This fun Google Chrome experiment transforms any website into a playing field for an online game of Super Monkey Ball. Coolest part is that you can use your smartphone as the controller for your computer’s browser.
A massive LEGO set for you to construct objects and buildings and place them into the virtual world. Australia gets the first map, but we’re hoping for more countries soon.
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