Need help helping your loved ones with their computer problems? Teach Parents Tech lets you email links for 12 instructional videos. We hope your relatives already know how to check email.
While it’s not the speediest way to get around, you have to hand it to these guys who spent 5 days clicking their way across America using Google Streetview for their Demo Slam entry.
It is what it says it is, a blog dedicated to posting pictures of Kim Jong-Il looking at random objects. We already got a good chuckle the moment we found out that this blog exists.
If you prefer your wallpapers to be simple and uncluttered, check out Simple Desktops. The site is filled with minimalist wallpapers, most of them featuring just a single color with one drawing.
This Flash-based interactive artwork lets you create mesmerizing audiovisual compositions which belong on a big screen at a rave. Watch the video demo or just start playing with AVCLASH now.
We have no idea what to expect from Glitch, an upcoming web-based MMO, but it takes place inside the minds of 11 giants, and has all the makings of the next massively-multiplayer web time-waster.
Providing the type of sophisticated image editing you’d expect to find in Adobe Photoshop, this online image editor is a great no-cost alternative you can use anywhere you have a web browser.
Some of us don’t need reminders of how dorky we were as kids, but for those of you who do, there’s awkwardschoolpictures.com. Bonus: the test answers are as funny as the photos up there.
Dentsu London and Berg envision a future where everyday objects and surfaces exploit the Internet in their “spare time” to provide constant, relevant information and feedback. Cool stuff indeed.
(NSFW) This single-purpose website captures some of the more inappropriate auto-correct suggestions made by the iPhone and other gadgets. The Angry Birds one is priceless. Submit your faves here.
A no-nonsense aggregator of new media, When It Drops uses websites like Amazon and iTunes for info and buy links. You won’t find any hidden gems here, but we all have our guilty pleasures.
How’d you like to get a Bajillion Hits to your website? Techspert Alex Blagg has got the plan for you. He’s read the whole internet about five times, so he’s clearly the smartest man in the room.
As its name implies, Black & WTF is a showcase of unusual black and white photographs. Some of them are funny, some are creepy and unreal, but most of them just plain defy explanation.
We knew that Google Street View was a cool way to explore big cities and country backroads, but we had no idea they had POV shots of Antarctica. No cars. Just snow, rocks, and lots of penguins.
An interesting blog where people submit old pictures of themselves or their relatives along with their recent attempt to re-enact the scene in said pictures. Funny, fascinating and touching.
Beginning this 2010-2011 season, four Rocky Mountain resorts will provide skiers tickets and passes with RFID tags, allowing EpicMix to track their location and award achievements.
(NSFW) Yeah, we know you’re too civilized to swear on Twitter. But if you want to see how all those other people are doing it, head over to Cursebird, which tracks and scores profanity in real-time.
Album Reminder is a godsend for music junkies. Just add your favorite artists and it’ll send you an email whenever any of them comes out with a new album. You can also subscribe via RSS.
Ever wanted to drive a Ferrari F10 race car? Take on the world in this virtual Ferrari simulator, and if you manage to come out on top of the competition, you could go to Italy to drive a real one.
No email can match the old school charm of a telegram. Just type your message at Telegram Stop’s website and they will take care of the rest. Perfect for special occasions. And pranks.
The talented Matthew Inman has created a laugh-out-loud comic about the 6 main reasons we should ride polar bears to work; like the other work on his website, it’s good, silly fun. (Thanks Josh!)
Got a song stuck in your head? These guys have the solution. Just head on over to their site, and they’ll pick a random tune to wipe that song from your mind. Unfortunately, it’ll be just as catchy.
If you struggle to keep your email box tidy, Google’s new tech might help. Gmail Priority Inbox uses fancy algorithms to automagically put your most important messages at the top of the list.
Tumblr blog Put This On is dedicated to teaching men to dress like grownups. Their ongoing series of videos is filled with tips, history and interesting trivia about menswear.
So you’ve already seen all this week’s viral videos, so what’s next? The guys at 0 Views troll the bowels of YouTube for the least watched clips, hoping to expose the best of the bunch.
Got $10 bucks to spare? Do us a favor and try out this service which promises to have someone call you daily to remind you that thou art awesome. We’ve paid a lot more for a lot worse.
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