Sure, Apple Inc. is famous for cool products with trendy designs.
But what would happen if the high-tech corporation took on something
different, something even bigger than it already has?
That’s the question
asks in this skit about the most daring Apple product to date — the iRack.
A Web user looking through FoxNews.com on July 23 discovered that the site
had left a user name and password wide open in a public area. The password
was then posted on
the giant news-for-geeks service
Ever wonder what happens when you leave your computer on overnight?
Does it just sit idle until the screen saver kicks in?
Apple’s iPhone was released to much ballyhoo last month. No such product
launch would be complete without a few parodies of its ad campaign
Our Wacky Web Week column
featured a spoof of a video ad for one of Microsoft’s newest product
ideas. But not every commercial needs a send-up to be funny
The big buzz in sexy new technology lately is
The concept is to embed a fancy, highly graphical computer into
a table top
But not everyone is so excited the possibilities.
Among the skeptics are the folks at
The Sarcastic Gamer.
Check out their twisted trailer extolling the virtues
(or at least the vexations) of tabletop computing.
Watch the video
We’ve all seen PowerPoint presentations run amok. The melange of fonts, the garish colors, the bullet lists that go on forever
These mishaps are not lost on comedian Don McMillan. In this short clip, he provides some quick pointers for keeping your PowerPoint presentation from becoming a multimedia nightmare.
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Everybody needs a way to mark those special occasions — birthdays,
weddings, graduations, nervous breakdowns… And, of course, there are
plenty of e-card Web sites to help you send just the right message,
usually for a fee
Some say the world will end in fire. Some say in ice.
Or at least that’s what Robert Frost wrote. The truth is nobody knows how
the world will end. Still, that doesn’t stop people from speculating
One of the more amusing versions comes from the Flash artist known as
Fluid. You can check out his Doomsday scenario at
AlbinoBlackSheep.com. Please be aware that the animation contains adult
language and national stereotypes that will be offensive to some
readers, hilarious to others.
Watch the animation
Perhaps you’ve seen them while driving down the road — those backlit,
block-letter signs in front of a church announcing the upcoming sermon or maybe
just providing a thought for the day
But why should religion get all the roadside fun? Now you can, too, with the
online Church Sign Generator. Choose from five different designs, enter your
text, and presto! — a photo of your custom sign appears. You can save
the photo to your computer, or, for a few bucks, order magnets, stickers,
and coffee mugs printed with your message.