Have you seen the following graphic that’s making the email forwarding rounds? This is being put forth as a BP ad “from the late 90’s.” It is, of course, a fake, cooked up by those rascally rapscallions over at Despair.com (who make some pretty hilarious stuff, generally speaking). I’m pretty sure that Despair.com didn’t try… Continue reading Fake BP Ad
Need a new job? Do what this guy did – capitalize on the narcissistic tendencies of bosses by purchasing their names as keywords, and wait for them to Google themselves. This is a rather striking example of combining tech savvy with insight into human nature and psychology. No wonder he actually landed a job with… Continue reading Google up a job…but not the way you think
If you ever feel that culture is passing you by, drop in at Unhappy Hipsters and count your manifold and wonderfully uncool blessings. This is my favorite.
Happy February! Here’s another psychedelic interactive website primarily for my Uncle Bud, but I’m sure he’ll share it with you, too: Into Time by Rafaël Rozendaal (link via Today & Tomorrow)
We spent the last few days in scenic Weatherford, Texas (if that sounds like sarcasm, you need to drive through some of the neighborhoods south of I-20 and you’ll see that I’m serious. But be sure to pack a GPS.) and thus haven’t been attending to bloggerly duties. Here’s some stuff I hope will make… Continue reading Wandering the Web
Via Geeks are Sexy:
Our neighborhood is almost three years old, has at least 60 occupied homes with more under construction, and yet it still does not appear on Google Maps except as a label over a blank area of pasture. This omission is odd considering that the streets and lots have appeared on the City of Midland’s interactive… Continue reading If we’re not on Google Maps, do we exist?
A security expert provides 10 tips for passwords. How many of them do you regularly ignore?
Blog spammers are getting crafty, and using *gasp* real people to do their work.