“Welcome Citizens of the Myouterspace United Planets.”
Yes, that is the first line in the introduction to William Shatner’s new social network: myouterspace.com. Quit your MySpaces, Facebooks and Twitters because this is apparently the new future of the Internets — trust Captain Kirk, he practically invented the future!Confused? (Obviously.) Get more information at Geekosystem.
Oh no! We’re too late! IE6 was laid to rest yesterday, after 8 long years of service to the internet, and we didn’t even have time to say our last goodbyes. A group of Internet Renegades got together and actually buried (?) the defunct browser. CNN got ahold of it and they even have a Twitter dedicated to IE6’s demise.
We lied before. We’re not that sad to see it go. If you’re viewing Urlesque in IE6 at this very moment, here’s the link to upgrade. RIP IE6.
Not all technology is geared towards putting a smaller, more powerful smartphone with amazing Web capabilities in your pocket. Sometimes it’s used to combine things like inhalers and chocolate bars into bizarre Franken-foods that fit in your pocket.
Roombas hold a special place in their owners’ hearts. They’re kind of cute, make maintaining a clean house effortless, and are infinitely hackable. But a new study from Georgia Tech’s College of Computing indicates that some people may be forging bonds with their gadgets that are normally reserved for pets. …
Some of you may remember this accessory from back in the day when Apple made the first shuffle that looked like a white stick of Wrigley’s gum. The accessory/piece of art is called iBelieve and is basically a T-shaped cap that turns your first-gen iPod shuffle into a Cross you can wear around you neck.
(NEWSER) – The thrill of the libido, the agony of panty rashes may soon be a new highlight of the Olympics if pole dancers have their way and make the acrobatic gyrations an Olympic event. Others are hardly convinced, but the founder of the International Pole Dancing Fitness Association believes Olympic recognition is merely a matter of time. Pole dancing takes just as much work and skill as, say, tug of war, which was once an Olympic event. Besides, pole dancing has the “wow factor,” one practitioner tells AP. … More through the “via” link.