A Mustard Minute: 23 January 2015
If your brain’s still trapped under a pile of post-holiday emails, don’t fret – we’ve got you covered with another week of netxplosions you probably missed – just in time for the Aussie Day long weekend!
All Hail Our New Glittery Hero
Clever Aussie dude, Mat Carpenter has reportedly sold his viral sensation/chaos-engine Ship Your Enemies Glitter for a cool $USD85,000 at auction today on Flippa. Pretty sure this has the makings of an origin story for an evil genius.
Oh, holo there
Our dreams of living out our StarTrek holodeck fantasies became one step closer to reality when Microsoft gave Wired Magazine a glimpse of Project HoloLens. Yay future!
Image via Wired
This is Spartan
More in Microsoft news, imagine a Leonidas-built, Bill Gates-brained leader rousing his 300 army and you’ll feel the approximate roid-fuelled excitement we’re feeling over Microsoft’s replacement for Internet Explorer – Spartan, a browser you can scribble over! Fingers crossed this provides the catalyst for people still using IE 6 to finally make the switch.
Image via Techno Buffalo
Obama’s SOTU address gives us Heart Eyes
The Guardian’s translation of Obama’s State of the Union Address in emoji was just the kind of genius needed to grab the world’s attention.
Read the full address on The Guardian
The one time Buzzfeed can’t even
FuzzBeed perfectly parodies the infamously click-addictive website with random content-automation. Hilarity ensues.
So that’s the wrap for his week. Enjoy lambing it up this Aussie Day weekend you beauty.