You can still get IE free, but I’d rather go with the new guy on the block, Edge. It’s much faster and less clunky.
Credits: Microsoft via Comparison of Three Online Multiplayer RPG’s, GifCities and Internet Archive
We have thousands of agents near your location… or are they Uber/Lyft drivers?
Credit: 7 Sense, s.r.o.
Let’s sock it to the mozzies in Africa, who have caused so much death and harm with their malaria parasites. Bednets have averted 450 million cases of malaria.
Credits: Giving What We Can and map The Malaria Atlas Project via imgur, reddit r/gifs and GIPHY
One of the great things about having a presence on the Internet, whether a blog, website, or other site, is that people from across the globe can visit it at any time, and appreciate your work. Feels a proud moment when you think about it.
Credits: World Travel Information Center via GifCities and Internet Archive
Airplanes… airplanes. All over the place.
Credits: Geometry and Tumblr via DeAnna Sampson, DESIGN – Geometric motion and Pinterest
Delving deep into the crystalline void.
Credits: Via Panah Rad, Rad GIFs & Videos and Google+
Changes in sea level height from 1993 to 2017 compared with a long-term mean of the data. Blue and purple are lower than the mean; red, yellow and white are higher. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Credit: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology
Falling in love is great. It colours your whole world and makes your days inspiring.
Credits: Leona’s creations and Astronomy with Tru via GifCities and Internet Archive
A 3D representation of the Arabic name ‘Mohammed’ – the name of the founder of Islam.
Credits: ISLAMIC ARCHIVE via GifCities and Internet Archive
A cute little geographic animation showing a theoretical simulation of the breakup of the supercontinent Pangaea (Pangea) 175 million years ago.
GIF: Pangea_animation_03 DATE: 28/08/2009