Saturday, December 17, 2005

How "Aardvark" changed my web browsing experience

Seen below is an interface seen an innumerable amount of times by everyone who is looking at this blog. It is the "Google" interface, used to search for things on the web.

But something's missing.

If you're not a complete moron, you've realized it's the search box. And that's how Aadrvark is changing my web browsing experience.

Aardvark is another firefox extension (for another, see my first post). It allows you to change websites. For instance, if a font is hard to read, Aarvark allows you to make it size 14 Times New Roman font, with a black color and white background. For fun, you can also remove things, or color in things.

It's a strange extension. It's usefulness is obvious, and yet at the same time, it's useless.

This has been my pathetically short and pointless post for today.

To download Aardvark, click here.

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1 comment:

Everybody Dance Now said...

There are zero comments here, so I will leave one, a really large one.


Thank you this was only a test of insanity. You have all passed with flying colors.