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The Atlantic has put together their own Netflix Genre Generator.

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A few simple keystrokes and you can overrun Vogue’s UK homepage with some a host of dapper and well-dressed Velociraptors. Oh, the magic of Konami Code.*

*Hit ↑↑↓↓← → ← → B A (and keep hitting A)

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Are you ready for “Day of the Doctor?” Google obviously is.

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Cats in Space

by Cap'n Carrot on September 16, 2013 · 0 comments

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If your YouTube video is buffering at the moment, or you’re having a hard time streaming Netflix, spend the time to take a look at this article on Ars Technica which examines the monetary reasons your streamed video often is delivered far slower than necessary.

[via AQFL, pic via GraphJam]

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The Pixar Theory

by Cap'n Carrot on July 18, 2013 · 0 comments

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Every Pixar movie is connected, but don’t take our word for it – head over here to check out Jon Negroni’s in-depth “Pixar Theory” that argues every single Pixar film takes place in the same shared universe.

[via Tastefully Offensive]

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I’ll admit it, I’m old enough to remember playing Oregon Trail on 5.25 floppy disks back in the day. For those who share my nostalgia, let me offer you the Oregon Trail Tombstone Generator which allows you to create your custom gravestone for your failed trip down the Oregon Trail.

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As part of their promotion for the upcoming Monsters, Inc. prequel Pixar has created an official website for Monsters University complete with pages about the students, campus, academics, and even an online campus store to pick up that four-sleeved MU hoodie you’ve been eyeing. Well done. Monsters University (which opens in theaters on June 21st) tells the story of how Sulley (John Goodman) and Mike (Billy Crystal) met in college.

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College Humor gives us a look at what happens when Pinterest comes under attack from any Internet user who isn’t a 12 year-old girl.

The Fall of Pinterest

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The Oatmeal reminds us Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived.

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