internet

Eli Pariser discusses the unintended consequences of web companies tailoring their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes.

Eli Pariser: Beware online “filter bubbles”

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FastForward to the 1:45 mark for the commercial that raises his ire, or go straight to 2:35 to see Attack of the Show host Kevin Perriera bemoan his ability to watch Jurassic Park online, defend torrents, and “hypothetically” give quite a few reasons why obtaining content via BitTorrent and peer-to-peer file sharing isn’t the worst thing ever done in the history of mankind.

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So…on which layer are you going to spend all eternity?

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(via GraphJam)

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Okay, maybe GeoCities never actually ruled the web, but have you ever wondered what current web pages might look like if they had been designed by the now defunct web community software? Now’s your chance with the Geocities-izer. Simply type in a URL and watch the magic! I’ve got to admit, I like what it did to Google.

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Topeka, land of my birth, has taken over Google today.

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cry of the dolphinsA pretty cool use of the YouTube design.

Watch. It’s not what you expect.

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404

by alphamonkey on January 14, 2010 · 0 comments

in Uncategorized

404 kittyThe folks at Abduzeedo have put together a nice collection of 404 Error pages just for you.

Take a look.

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CL!CK

by alphamonkey on January 13, 2010 · 0 comments

in Short Film,Star Wars

“Every ginormous idea is born in a very special moment.” The LEGO Click community is the company’s new forray into social networking to create a “collaborative environment designed for inventors, artists and creative enthusiasts to share their vision about new products and toys.” Take a look at the vid below, and if you’ve got the time check out the site which is constantly getting built upon (and gets points for me for including everything from Star Wars to the Aptera).

CL!CK: A LEGO Short Film

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i will rule candyland

Oh, I will rule Candyland with an Iron Fist. Yes, yes I will.

Thanks to the folks at Caveman Circus for this. You can check out some more funny Google auto-complete goodness here.

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