Waves and waves of cat videos and emails. The life of the modern internet surfer. Come to think of it, does anyone say they ‘surf’ the internet these days?
Credits: XFINITY and Tumblr via GIPHY
Increasingly, many websites are making use of ‘chatbots’ – programs that can communicate with site visitors and help them with things such as product enquiries or refunds. They have become the must-have for many an ecommerce company or web marketer.
Credits: PureChat via Sunariya Group
Now don’t get me wrong. I love Onedrive. At work we now have to start moving our files and documents to Onedrive for Business. Problem is, I have so much stuff, including data archive, which I must preserve for documentary purposes, that getting them all including sub-folders onto the cloud is proving a mammoth task. Oh well, let IT sort it 🙂
Credit: Welcome to Onedrive
Your Windows ’95 disk will soon be loading.
Credits: VINTAGE69 and Blogger via ✿𝕚𝕔𝕖 𝕔𝕣𝕖𝕒𝕞 𝕜𝕚𝕟𝕫✿, W̸E̸B̸ P̸U̸N̸K̸ and Pinterest
At my jobs I see a lot of these guys on the computer screen. It’s where I keep all my essential stuff and fulfil my speciality in being organised. All hail the folder, saviour of students and desk jockeys!
Credits: Hector Tilla and Prácticas de C++ Builder via GifCities and Internet Archive
Nowadays, social media is one of the easiest ways to find new friends. Though criticised for impeding face-to-face communications, at least you can flood your new-found buddy’s inbox with emojis. Somehow, posting dozens of sheets of paper with emojis on them through that same buddy’s letterbox might end the friendship faster than it started.
Credit: Noelle (Noelle Campbell)
It seems GifCities appears to be a bit broken this morning. No vintage GIFs show up when you hit search. So I made do with this suitably themed GIF from GIPHY instead.
Credits: Cyclical Ritual via Xenoself and Giphy
The ideal warning sign for IT portals and admin sites everywhere. Pacify your programmers (coffee and donuts always work), then you don’t have to worry about disgruntled IT staff mocking you when your PC misbehaves again.
Credits: My Oracle Page via GifCities and Internet Archive