The Washington Post has revealed the most popular Internet sites since 1996. While that doesn’t sound very interesting, what is interesting is the number of sites that have gone under since 1996.
This is just a phase, hopefully. When New York City-based blogger and mother of two Ilana Wiles asked her readers to send in ridiculous stories of picky eaters, they surely did not disappoint. From a kid whose food must be pre-tasted by the cast of Frozen, to a boy who only eats stuff stolen from his baby brother, to a girl who believes that purple grapes are trying to kill her, these children truly define the meaning of ‘ridiculous’.
Finally, we can comprehend the vastness of space, thanks to something as small as a pixel. ‘If The Moon Were Only 1 Pixel’, is an interactive guide created by designer Josh Worth that shows us the scale of our solar system through pixels. You can patiently scroll through space, or you can make use of […]
Have you ever seen a more dapper dog than this? Bodhi, or more popularly known as Menswear Dog, is a 4-year old shiba inu living the stylish life in New York City. He currently has an Indiegogo project underway, and if it’s successful, we could see Menswear Dog’s suits and bow ties on our not-so-stylish pooches very soon.
They’re so cute, I’m gonna die! Check out these photos of kids who are absolutely owning the game of hide and seek. They’re like ninjas, making use of everyday items to conceal their presence. You will never locate them. Never!
The Domino Project is a new film initiative by Dan Saunders, creative director at Sapient Nitro U.K. and his colleague Paul Surety. The aim of this project is “to create a globally connected experience by making 28 short films by 28 writer/directors and/or writer/director teams, each representing one domino in a full set.” The rules […]
The British lifestyle publication i_D has just re-staked their claim on the internet by launching a brand new website. This 33-year-old beacon of innovation in the fashion industry constructed their new website in collaboration with VICE Media with the intent to provide a unique and personalized i_D experience.
Whoah, what is this? If it doesn’t smell fishy, it must at least smell like fish poop. Not that you’d find an option to ship that, though on Shit Senders, which allows you to order fresh dung (choose from the fine produce of cows, elephants, gorillas — or make a combo shit pack) and send it to the vile company you keep.
Every day, the world gets smaller (well, not literally) as the world wide web gets more immense and powerful. It’s so ridiculous sometimes that even the most mundane question, “Where the f*ck should I go to eat?”, needs to be consulted on the Internet. This cranky yet functional website will answer your dilemma no matter where on Earth you are located.
Have you seen the Underground New York Public Library? Well, it’s not an actual library, but a blog featuring NYC subway commuters — with their candid snapshots taken by Ourit Ben-Haim — focused on burying their noses into their books while they travel to their destinations. It’s simply magical.
Yes, the ’90s was so last, last decade, but to some, it is still the greatest era of all time. The world was rad and we revolved around Lisa Frank, stick-on earrings, Beverly Hills 90210, Trapper Keepers, and Tamagotchis. Desperate to experience the ’90s again? Just hit The ’90s Button, a David Hasselhoff-inspired website that will […]
Unless you’re one to naturally crave fruits and veggies, mustering up the courage to eat food you don’t want to is dreadful, even torturous for some (#firstworldproblems). But not when this street thug, potty-mouth chef, makes it seem tough, necessary and outlandishly ridiculous to do otherwise.
Fanis Poulinakis created a breaking news site about himself. He uses this funny website as his creative resume in order to get a job in companies like CNN. For example, that site features headlines about him being chased by CEOs from media companies. There is also a video about Obama talking about him.
Github for musicians … that’s how I would describe Blend. Music creation today often includes messy email threads and quirky hacks by the industry’s most determined. And though music creators are so passionate about collaborating, sharing and distributing their work, there isn’t really a Beta community for them to share it in. The purpose of […]