via [FailDesk original content – by Rob Dunn]
This came to us via email submission. Claudio J. CHIABAI has a sharp eye for spotting crappy code! ______________________________________________________________________
Wow, this brings back memories. I should have linked this for Wayback Wednesday, but it is just too cool to share. Watch the boot sequences for some major OS’s throughout the past 20+ years. I spy OS/2 Warp, early MacIntosh releases, Windows 3.1. There’s even a NeXT bootup in there. Enjoy via: [The Restart Page]
With extra special thanks to EvilRouters for permission to re-publish these. If you’ve ever played any games via the Steam network, you know what these are. As we go throughout the struggles of banal, the frustrating, the mind-numbing and inane every day…sometimes we feel like the only satisfaction we can get is the chance of […]
As always, this video from TheWebSiteDown is NSFW (because of language)…FYI via: [TheWebSiteIsDown]
If you are in your late 30’s or above, you may remember going to the theater to to watch the dubious story of Matthew Broderick accidentally “starting” thermonuclear war with his home computer in Wargames. At the time, it probably seemed all too realistic considering the limited knowledge we all had re: how computers and […]
Love him or hate him, this is pretty funny – during an interview on Univsion, President Obama is asked if he uses a computer.
Usually, when someone restores a historically relevant object, it is truly a spectacular thing, like restoring a vintage prop from an iconic TV series. Some others though, are on the surface, not so much, but then…there’s this. CERN, the people who brought us what we would come to know as the World Wide Web, nods […]