The creative geniuses at Squirrel Monkey are back with another "What if?" video. This time, they present a 1990s version of Instacart, called Insta-Cart. It's exactly what a 1993 online grocery delivery service would be like.
On his blog, Doug Belshaw wrote about the 1024b Club, a directory of websites that are less than 1024 bytes. The requirements of 1024b.club are quite… stringent, shall we say. 1024 bytes is a single kilobyte. For those reading this who may be 'less technical', do you remember 3.5″ floppy disks? They stored 1.44 megabytes of information, which… READ THE REST
Activate your willing suspension of disbelief because Squirrel Monkey's back with Wonders of the World Wide Web. In this episode, they envision Amazon, "the department store of the future," as a virtual department store in the eighties. It's not historically accurate by any means, but that's part of what makes it so fun to watch.… READ THE REST
Water cooling. LED lights. Overclocked processors and massive curved screens. A lot of the PC gaming battlestations we see are flashy, cool as hell, and unfortunately wildly expensive. If you're itching to ditch the cookie-cutter consoles and become a member of the PC master race, you've probably had sticker shock at the cost of parts,… READ THE REST
From enhancing productivity to making working more enjoyable, there are lots of reasons to upgrade your monitor situation. Whether portability is your main concern or you simply need more digital space to complete tasks, these 13 external monitors can definitely fill the bill. Check out these 13 external monitors, all boasting freshly-slashed price tags. Mobile… READ THE REST
We're currently at the forefront of a gaming console revolution. Video games are becoming more advanced, more interactive, more lifelike, and more community-based than ever before. Additionally, the consoles themselves are becoming so much more than just for games. They're designed to be your all-in-one home entertainment unit. Leading the charge into the new generation… READ THE REST