Back in 2006, there was a super weird way to watch the World Cup…
Way back in 2006, when the World Cup took place in Germany, a bold experiment took place. Whilst today we're concerned with getting the pictures from the games in the best quality HD (or even 4K), 2006 was a simpler…
GMail adds themes
There’s a Firefox extension called Better GMail which Gina Trapani from Lifehacker has put together. It’s a compilation of Greasemonkey scripts that enhance various aspects of the service, from its looks to its functionality.
Google has a history of taking the best bits of the extension and adding them officially to GMail, and now they’ve added the popular ‘themes’ functionality. The themes look damn good – there’s giraffes, ninjas, the themes can change over time, or with the weather, and there’s even an old-skool ASCII theme.
The themes will be rolling out across GMail over the next few days. They’re not enabled on my account yet, sadly. Have they shown up on yours? Which is your favourite? Let us know in the comments.
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Forget Pokemon, gotta collect all these Kaomoji-kun!
We’ve just been alerted to a new Japanese trend! Culture vultures and Western World otaku, take note!
The above little toy-things are called Kaomoji-kun, whose faces are made from Shift-JIS/ascii/emoticon style characters. There are various…