Unless you’re viewing an old, cached version of the site, you may have noticed I’ve reduced ads on the site to the bare minimum after getting mixed up with an overly-aggressive digital marketing company. That means this spaceship makes very little, and is powered almost entirely by the heat of
Contrary to the popular belief I perpetuate around friends at parties, BornInSpace doesn’t actually make all that Geekologie money. It’s more of a pet project, and not even that well behaved a pet. It’s the kind that’ll pee on your sheets so you have to wash them, then pee on
Hey everyone — I’m on a much needed vacation this week, so posting may be sporadic as the internet here is actually a rusted Chef Boyardee can and a long piece of yarn stretching to the next island. I can’t even see a single tube. I’ll do what I can
Note: Image has been cut, click HERE to see the full-size image. Using data collected from Similarweb, this is a visualization created by VisualCapitalist of the world’s top 50 most visited websites, based on monthly traffic volume. As you can see, Borninspace did not make the cut. I assume it’s
This is a bar graph visualization detailing the most popular social networks from 2003 – 2022, measured by monthly active users worldwide. Remember 2006? Back when MySpace was king and Twitter was just being born. Things sure have changed, haven’t they? For the worse, just to be clear.
Make My Drive Fun is an interactive map that suggests “interesting sights, landmarks, and oddities” for any roadtrip. Just input a starting point and destination, and viola, you’re on your way to see the world’s largest peanut/ball of yarn. That’s fun. Remember: life is about the journey, not the destination.
So apparently running a website isn’t the get rich quick scheme that ‘Run your own website for fun and profit’ seminar I paid good money to attend led me to believe. That guy was a con-artist, and I should have known something was up when the computer learning program he
I’m on my first vacation where I don’t have to write since before my time at Geekologie — so 15 years. Well, there was that 35 day stint in rehab too but we’re not counting that because it wasn’t exactly a vacation. I’ll be back first thing next week, but