98.css is a CSS library for building interfaces that look like Windows 98. 😂 98.css → UPDATE 2020.04.28: Jordan Scale, the author of the library, has done a write-up on 98.css.
JS Paint is a nice web-based MS Paint remake and more… The goal is to remake MS Paint (including its little-known features), improve on it, and to extend the types of images it can edit. So far, it does this pretty well. Ooh this brings back memories! My first ramblings on my dad’s computer back […]
If you’re using macOS then you might be familiar with the XCode bundled “Network Link Conditioner”, a tool to simulate certain specific networking environments. On Windows you can use winShaper for this. The project consists of a traffic-shaping network driver and an easy-to-use GUI. You need to be an administrator to run it since it […]
With Windows 8.1, Microsoft’s operating system now also supports color emoji. But they did it in a very different way than Apple and Google. Instead of using PNG images, they introduced a support for layered vector glyphs! Reminds of that neat trick where one would layer webfonts/icofonts on top of eachother, all in a different […]
Windows UI Desktop Concept based upon Microsoft’s Metro style. Looks nice! Windows Desktop UI Concept →
In the recently posted “10 Alternatives to iTunes for managing your iPod” Ross McKillop (the author) brings forward 10 programs to manage your iPod in Windows/Linux/OSX. Great list in my opinion, yet on Windows there’s this one killer app to manage your iPod which he did not mention: XPlay. Reason he didn’t mention it, is […]
The PowerPC Emulator “PearPC” works like a charm! Installed Panther (OS X 10.3) today without any problems. Used the pre 0.4 Build merged with Altivec Branch, so that I could have G4 support (the non-Altivec branch only supports the more slow G3). And yes, I do know that Tiger (10.4) is being released next week, […]