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Play Jelly Mario in a Web Browser for Some Silly Gaming Fun

May 4, 2018 - 1 Comment
Jelly Mario

If you’re a gaming fan and have an affinity for retro Nintendo Mario fun, then the ridiculously silly third-party hack called Jelly Mario is sure to brighten your day. Jelly Mario basically takes the classic Nintendo Super Mario Brothers and wildly adjusts the physics so that everything is a squishy, bouncy, pliable, jelly mess, and … Read More

April Fools: The Broken Screen Wallpaper Prank for iPhone, iPad, Android

Apr 1, 2018 - 3 Comments

It’s April Fools day, which means the internet is basically full of baloney and nothing ca can be trusted or taken seriously. But rather than feed you a lump of imaginary doo-doo, we typically like to share general Apple pranks for April Fools Day around here. This year we’ve got a silly prank that works … Read More

Stupid Terminal Tricks: The Dancing ASCII Party Parrot

Mar 23, 2018 - 3 Comments

Want to horse around in the Terminal? If you have already finished watching Star Wars in ASCII from the command line, you have Rickrolled the Terminal dozens of times, and you’re done watching The Matrix style scrolling screens of text gibberish, and the scrolling screens of poop emoji is no longer cutting the mustard, perhaps … Read More

Feeling Nostalgic? Run WinAmp in a Web Browser & Play MP3s!

Feb 10, 2018 - 5 Comments

Do you remember WinAmp, the old funky ’90s music player for Windows and Mac? If you were a computer user in the late 1990s during the dot com boom, you probably used WinAmp to play your MP3 library, maybe even running it alongside Napster. At that time the quirky media player felt very modern and … Read More

Check Out These Stunning 50 Megapixel iPhone Panorama Images Shot from a Plane

Jan 19, 2018 - 2 Comments
iPhone aerial photographer panoramas

Imagine strapping an iPhone 7 to the bottom of an airplane, placing the camera into Panorama mode, and then flying around and capturing giant sweeping panorama images of the ground as you fly over it. The images would probably look pretty amazing, right? Well there’s no reason to imagine what they’d look like, because one … Read More

9 Classic Mac OS Tiling Wallpapers

Jan 1, 2018 - 15 Comments

If you’re an extra longtime Mac user, you might remember way back in the 1990s when desktop backgrounds on classic Mac OS versions were tiled images of various textures. This was way back when the idea of setting a single image as wallpaper was a bit extreme because it was excessively resource heavy, and so … Read More

Need a Last Minute Gift? The Ultra Slacker Christmas Shopping Guide

Dec 24, 2017 - 1 Comment
Last Minute Gift Ideas

We all know the feeling; it’s Christmas Eve (or Christmas morning… if you’re the biggest slacker on the planet) and you still need to do some gift shopping. If you’re in need of a last minute gift, either because you like to procrastinate until the literal last moments before shopping or perhaps an unexpected visitor … Read More

Shop Amazon Deals for Black Friday!

Nov 23, 2017 - Leave a Comment
Black Friday Amazon deals for 2017

The holidays are here, which means it’s time for overeating, visits with friends and family, gift giving, and of course, shopping. If you’re one of the brave souls who doesn’t mind battling the lines and crowds over this weekend than I salute you, but if you’d rather do some shopping from the comfort of your … Read More

Play Wolfenstein 3D in a Web Browser

Oct 15, 2017 - 5 Comments
Wolfenstein 3D in a web browser

If you played video games in the early 1990s you probably remember Wolfenstein 3D, which was revolutionary at the time for being the first 3D first-person shooter. If you feel like reliving a brief moment of 1992, forget about digging out that ancient DOS PC in the basement, you can now enjoy playing Wolfenstein 3D … Read More

Run Hypercard on Modern Mac OS via Web Browser

May 27, 2017 - 16 Comments
Hypercard on Mac in a web browser

Do you remember Hypercard? If you’re a (very) longtime Mac user, you might recall tinkering with the amazing Hypercard application, described by the creator as “a software erector set, which lets non-programmers put together interactive information” using the HyperTalk scripting language along with an easy to use interactive interface builder. Though Hypercard was never brought … Read More

April Fools Day Fun with Siri

Apr 1, 2017 - 1 Comment
Siri April Fools comments

The internet is generally pretty useless on April Fools day, which makes April 1st a great day to basically ignore anything you see online because it’s probably a prank, a joke, or outright fake. We’ve shared plenty of April Fools pranks before here too, one of my personal favorites is the “iPhone is Disabled” wallpaper … Read More

Watch Steve Jobs Introduce the Original iPhone in 2007

Jan 9, 2017 - 7 Comments
The Original iPhone

Ten years ago today, on January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs introduced iPhone to the world. In a highly anticipated keynote presentation, Jobs famously announced what seemed like three different products: a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough internet communications device… of course this was soon to be revealed as … Read More

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