Artbreeder is a website that uses the power of AI imaging to create some very unique images. You can have some control over how the final image looks look like.
There are lots of unique ways to play around with images, and you can certainly spend hours on the site looking at other designs to be inspired by the age-old question... what if..
Artbreeder aims to be a new type of creative tool that empowers user's creativity by making it easier to collaborate and explore. Originally Ganbreeder, it started as an experiment in using breeding and collaboration as methods of exploring high complexity spaces. Artbreeder is named after the research of Picbreeder which investigated the role of exploration in the optimization process. It is also inspired by an earlier project of mine Facebook Graffiti which demonstrated the creative capacity of crowds.
Everyplace you look on social media, Hashtags have become a thing. The problem is that there's no real easy way to find them.
That's where HashTagIt comes in handy. You can easily search for hashtags across all the popular social media platforms.
Everywhere on social media, content is being generated at unheard-of speeds. Hashtags help you navigate the ever-expanding internet, and HASHATIT keeps you on top of hashtags.
Since 2014, the Hashatit team has provided one of the internet's easiest and most powerful tools to search social media for the content you want. With Hashatit, you can easily track what interests you, keep those interests organized, and come back to them at any time.
In short, Hashatit helps you cut through the noise and find what you're looking for.
Some creative searches:
Am I FLoCed
Google will soon be eliminating third-party cookies in their browsers. This will cause some issues with how some advertising works today - as companies can track you no matter where you are.
Google has announced that this isn't going to happen any time soon. Last week Google announced that they won't stop third-party cookies until 2023.
In the meantime, Google is testing a new concept called Federated Learning of Cohorts or FLoC. It uses your browser history to assign you to a group of similar users around the world. They assign your group a label. Then Google displays this label to websites you visit where they can profile you.
Use the "Am I FLoCed?" to see if your browser is in the trial run. If it is, you can learn how to opt-out of it.
Google is testing FLoC on Chrome users worldwide. Find out if you're one of them.
Google is running a Chrome "origin trial" to test out an experimental new tracking feature called Federated Learning of Cohorts (aka "FLoC"). According to Google, the trial currently affects 0.5% of users in selected regions, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, the Philippines, and the United States. This page will try to detect whether you've been made a guinea pig in Google's ad-tech experiment.
One of the worst thing that could happen on a Zoom call is the microphone to fail. The worst is if the video fails - but that's an obvious failure.
You can easily test your Microphone by using the Mic Test. This easy to use site allows you to visually see how well audio is coming through your microphone.
The nice thing about this test is that its browser-based, so if the microphone is working on this page, it should work on any website.
This website provides a simple online mic test that allows you to check if the microphone is working properly. Since it's a browser microphone test, you don't have to download or install any third-party software. Moreover, even if it may seem too simple, MicTests.Com will test your microphone regardless of its type or the device and operating system you are using. And to surprise you, even more, this mic test will display a lot of useful information about your microphone (for example, its name, number of audio channels, latency, sample size, and sample rate, as well as if it supports echo cancellation or noise suppression). In addition, if the tester will detect any problems with your microphone, you will receive tips on how to fix them.
If you ever watched one of Pleasant Green YouTube videos, you'll see that he mentions Grabify. He uses this service to track down where people are.
Grabify adds some tracking to redirect URLs. When someone clicks on the link, they get redirected to some location, and you get information about that person. You can learn where they are and what technology they are using.
It's a good tool to use when dealing with scammers who say they are from a particular location but turns out to be 1000s of miles away.
Grabify IP Logger URL & Shortener provides you with some of the most advanced and detailed statistical data and metadata for all clicks on your links. Your IP Logger link can access information about user's IP address, location tracker (country, city) and so on.
This IP Logger & Tracker tool is designed to be as simple as possible to use in a way to get you the most detailed and advanced analytic information on every click.
The URL Expander feature will check any URL you provide it to check for any URL for redirects and find out what is the final destination of any short link.
In the testing world, it's very handy to know what browsers are popular. We all know that Chrome is leading the field. However, what about other browsers?
StatsCounter gives you the worldwide trends. It gives you the idea of what browsers that a percentage of users are likely to be using. It's a helpful resource to plan your testing strategy.
Ideally, you should look at your local stats. But getting the global market can be useful in the long run. Especially if your triaging bugs that only occur in certain browsers.
Stats are based on aggregate data collected by Statcounter on a sample exceeding 10 billion page views per month collected from across the Statcounter network of more than 2 million websites. Stats are updated and made available every day, however are subject to quality assurance testing and revision for 45 days from publication.
Sometimes you need a little inspiration for a background image. One place to check out is Coolbackground.io.
You can generate all sorts of creative background images for your computer or website posts. It's a great place to go to be inspired.
After laboring over your latest piece of writing, one of the hardest steps before hitting publish is finding an exciting background image to really showcase and draw attention to your post.
Cool Backgrounds is a collection of tools to create compelling, colorful images for blogs, social media, and websites. Beyond backgrounds, the images generated can be used as '? desktop wallpapers or cropped for '? mobile wallpapers.
Sample implementation of the Cool Background
flagWaver is a cool flag waving effect. Simply upload any image and instantly it becomes a flag blowing in the wind.
You can change the flagpole type to five different types: Standard, Horizontal, Outrigger, Crossbar or Gallery.
You can change the background: Classic, Blue Sky or Night Sky with clouds.
A web app for simulating a waving flag.
Using a screen capture, you can easily add this to any video project. For example, you could have the school logo as a flag for the intro to a school video.
Business Name Generator
Coming up with a good business name these days can be tricky. Wouldn't it be great if there was a tool that could suggest something useful. Something practical to let people know about the business.
firstsiteguide.com has a great solution. Simply enter in some keywords related to your business and instantly get some great ideas. What's more you also get a list of matching available domain names that you can use to promote your business.
Enter your keywords in the tool to generate unique business name ideas. To get the best ideas, enter highly specific words. Whether you are looking for a company name, a blog, or a startup our generator will help with the process.
Browse the search results conveniently divided into sections. The business name ideas most relevant to your keyword come up first. Take your time to explore word variations.
Why not try it out and see what names that it comes up with.
If you're a frequent user of Twitter, you probably have seen the latest trend where people post stories in multiple tweets. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to read it all at once?
There is! Thanks to ThreadReaderApp! Simply reply to any tweet with the @ThreadReaderApp and you get all the posts in one place. In addition, you can copy the URL of a post and paste it into threadreaderapp.com for the same thing.
I'm @ThreadReaderApp a Twitter bot here to help you read threads more easily. To trigger me, you just have to reply to (or quote) any tweet of the thread you want to unroll and mention me with the "unroll" keyword and I'll send you a link back on Twitter