Welp ladies and gents the future is here.

Say goodbye to your productivity.

Remember the old days of playing Zelda and Pokemon all day and night? Remember the thrill of being up until 3am trying to get your Squirtle to evolve? Welp. now you can relive those days, say goodbye to your productivity today, and say hello to Gameboy Color made with Javascript and HTML5. This is so badass.


2011 was quite the year for the internet and 2012 is already shaping up to be a pretty crazy year for this set of tubes. This poster created by Peter Jaworoski and Michal Liowski from Ars Thanea showcases 20 of the most memorable moments from the web.

Can you spot them all?

Nike Fule Band + Make It Count

Today Nike released a new product the Nike Fuleband, along with it this awesome little spot.

Why Protect IP and SOPA are bad for the internet

If you haven’t heard, congress is getting ready to vote on two bills that have the capability to harm the internet in a very bad way. This may sound like a big claim, but watch this video and learn more about what exactly they are wanting to do. The Music / TV / Movie industries have been pushing very hard to get this type of legislation passed, and the scary thing is – they might just do it.

The New Facebook

Facebook is about to do something that will rock the world, and change the way that we interact with technology and the internet forever. For the past few days people have been talking a lot about the new news feed, but what hasn’t been talked about until yesterday at the F8 conference Mark Zuckerberg introduced the timeline, or the new profiles. A complete overhaul of a profile page, a rethinking of how we view our digital lives, and how others view us.

Wacom Inkling

Add this to my “I want this / need this” list. The new Inkling Wacom “tablet?” is amazing.

Addiction at its finest – Gif.tv

I love the internet. I also love when people make things for the sake of making things for pure entertainment.

Digital Life: Today & Tomorrow

Really cool video that visualizes our digital world in 2015 from Neo Labels

Site Of The Day – Museum Of You

I am generally skeptical and don’t like “Social Visualizers” but Intel has just taken it to a new place. In their micro-site “Museum of Me” they pull all of your Facebook data and images and create an experience that puts You on display. Your friends, images, likes, videos, and more are pulled into a video that walks through a 3D “Museum” of you.