Titled “Strange and Creepy”, this collection of cartoon images on Behance represents a creative twist on the feel-good stuff we all grew up with.
For those who are sick of claims and counter-claims, Intel researchers at Berkeley, California have developed a Firefox extension called “Dispute Finder“, which, if everything goes according to claims, can determine if a claim is bullshit or not. With Dispute Finder, you’ll have a way to tell people that they are, in fact, very, very… Read More »
What exactly is açaí? It’s a South American berry extract that purportedly fights cancer and cellulite. With bikini season rapidly approaching, the promise of weight loss by this Amazon wonder berry is setting related spam e-mails on the loose. Just take a look at these examples: Try No.1 Acai Berry(WieghtLoss Superfood) by Oprah & Dr.… Read More »
Before you indulge in knowledge one-upmanship on your iPhone or any other electronic gagdets, just remember that not everything on the Internet can be trusted and your mileage of truth will definitely vary.
If Eric Schmidt is serious about saving the newspaper industry, perhaps Google can come up with a :CueCat-like device (I even thought of a name for this: CURL) that can recognise URLs published in news articles and wirelessly direct a user’s computer to the relevant webpages without requiring the user to manually type out the… Read More »
Dunno about you, but sometimes spam subjects make me laugh. A couple of gems: If you have a small bulge, the world around you seems small as well. (Wow, theory of “relativity”)Women will be able to read the number of your inches on your forehead. (We have foreplay, and we have foresight.)Embrace the future of… Read More »