Make Your Own Titan from Attack on Titan.
Make Your Own Titan from Attack on Titan.
Fablic, which was included in our list of the top online shopping options in Japan is best known for its app Fril that allows users to buy and sell clothes in an online flea market.
"I'm on Wikipedia" serves a single, hilarious purpose: to give you your very own Wikipedia page (kinda).
Given how wildly popular Wikipedia is -- it's currently the 5th most popular site in the world -- it is understandable why many would like to see themselves on the crowd-sourced encyclopedia. Unfortunately, you'll need to reach at least a minute level of fame to make that happen properly.
Created by digital agency Go UFO, I'm on Wikipedia can be thought of as a handy shortcut for showing off to your mum, or a funny way to mess with friends.
Providing a free*, open source community edition of WhatsApp.
"Hardware Freedom Day is a yearly celebration of Open Hardware! Every year since 2004 hundreds of teams have been celebrating Software Freedom Day, often showcasing Open Hardware in the process. At the Digital Freedom Foundation (formerly known as SFI) we thought it was about time to have a special day just for Open Hardware."
JustMigrate was announced the same day that Posterous unceremoniously called it quits via its blog. The service requires you to punch in your posterous URL, authorize it with Tumblr, and you're all set. For those with multiple Tumblr blogs, granting JustMigrate access via your primary Tumblr will bring you to a page where you can select which blog you want to port over to.
Backspaces is a new app that picks up where Instagram leaves off, letting you tell stories with your photos and words. They can then be shared to Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr just as you would with Instagram, but in a nice package that's tied together.
You'll find filters, of course, and each photo can be tagged with a separate location from Foursquare. Backspaces allows you to add captions, or you can opt for longer blocks of text to go along with your images. It's easy to move photos and text around to find the best arrangement to tell your story.
From the page: "Firefox is slow? Try these fixes"
The Evolution of The Title Screen (1902 - 2012)
Burpple is a smart and beautiful way to remember, organize and explore food moments with your friends. Burpple empowers people to remember special dinner dates, share home-cooked creations, explore what's good in places and organize these great finds.
When you think about hackathons and coders building something quick and dirty, you might envision a dark dorm room at Harvard filled with pizza boxes and empty Red Bull cans. That's because the only window into this scene that the world has, outside of San Francisco and New York City, was the movie "The Social Network." A non-profit organization called Code.org, founded by brothers Hadi Partovi and Ali Partovi, has launched today to change the perception of all of this, with the goal of making computer science and programming accessible for everyone. When I say everyone, I don't mean everyone who wants to code. I really mean everyone.
XDA-University.com is a place to learn Android development, whether that's learning how to root a phone, to embarking on more complex endeavors like building Android from source. XDA-U will be a crowd-sourced initiative that aims to be an always-growing, always-improving part of the Android community. There will even be a book, available as a free downloadable PDF, for those that want to really immerse themselves in the craft.
Your photos are precious memories. PicBackMan helps you keep your
photos safe, in multiple places, automatically.
hackPR launches in December 2012 to connect reporters
and startups for more in-depth journalism.
When Geeks Wed was created in January of 2012 focusing on inspiring geeky, gamer and alternative brides and grooms with photos, interviews and DIY projects. WGW quickly grew to become a daily read for thousands of people everyday.
Droid Life: Android Timeline
The History of Android
Chris' latest book, Thank You For Not Laughing, is a collection of stories, ideas and thoughts from his writing journal. It wasn't supposed to be funny.
Mirrorgram is a mobile app that lets you create and share beautiful mirrored images. It is the result of a collaboration between Boreta of The Glitch Mob, and StageBloc.
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