Timesify takes your guilty pleasure reading and cloaks it in the facade of a New York Times article. Posture as a concerned citizen while still getting your fix of Kanye drama.
We all have a ticking clock of impending racial insensitivity inside us, and Am I Racist Yet? is here to help us learn when that clock strikes zero.
Dad2.0 lets you pick a common problem, pair it with an archetypical dad, and generate vaguely supportive advice that otherwise would have required actual father interaction.
It’s like Balderdash, but fucked up. This online game lets you and your friends guess the meaning of pop culture references pulled from Urban Dictionary.
This Chrome extension will identify target words from any page you are on and replace them with dumbed down words, misspelled words, or insane racial slurs. Also, Hodor Hodor Hodor.
XcuseMe gives you a good excuse for being late. It uses NYC open data (train delays, traffic jams, and police activity) to generate the least optimal route you could have taken to your destination.
Powered by the Sandwich Genome Project, RecommenDeli compiles data on hundreds of component sandwich parts to help users find the sandwich they never knew they wanted.