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Cornify: ruin any website, unicorn-and-rainbow style

I honestly didn't know what to make of Cornify at first. It's a bookmarklet that you can click on -- repeatedly -- to add sparkly unicorn and rainbow graphics to the page you're currently viewing. Cornify is a horrifying abomination, a crime against web design, a throwback to the days when the web was covered in animated GIFs, and actually really satisfying to use. Rewind. Yes, Cornify is kind...

Speed up browsing on low-speed connections with Toonel.net

If you frequently find yourself browsing on a low-bandwidth connection, you can potentially speed up your browsing experience by using the compressing proxy server at Toonel.net. The concept is simple: install their application on your computer (versions are available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Sun Solaris, and even Windows Mobile and Symbian), then set your proxy settings to point to your localhost...

GIFTube, welcome back to the 90's internet style

Remember that craze back in the early days of the internet? The early 90's. You remember, the time when the animated gif was a cult phenomenon? Well, like pogs, they are back. Move over YouTube, GIFTube is your one stop shop for everything animated gif. Users upload and share their creations or findings to make their MySpace pages, websites and blogs as flashy as they can through the provided web...

Trout's GIF Optimizer

If you're always looking for ways to speed up your website, you might want to consider looking at those bloated GIF files you've got all over the place. Often, simply optimizing your GIF image files can result in the biggest file size reduction in your website, and therefore the biggest speed gain, particularly for users with slower web connections. While GIF optimization is present in the...

Gickr: Create animated GIFs online

Gickr is a cool web app that lets you quickly created animated GIFs without leaving the comfort of your web browser. Gickr has two modes: The first mode lets you grab frames for your animation directly from Flickr. Just enter a Flickr username and/or tag and your pictures will pop up, then you can include the ones you want to include in the animation. The second mode lets you upload images from...