This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy.
OK
Dublin: 5 °C Wednesday 11 December, 2019
Advertisement

Weird Wide Web: the week in online oddities

The internet’s best offerings in social media, tech, science and weird news.

WELCOME TO THE Weird Wide Web – where we take a look at some of the internet’s best offerings in social media, tech, science and weird news.

Photo Sync

Facebook probably has a lot of your photos already – but it wants more, which is why it is introducing Photo Sync. The new service will automatically upload every single photograph you take with your phone to a private album, and then allow you to choose whether or not you want to make images public.

Convenient or invasive?

Internet Explorer “sucks less”

By the way, that’s not an evaluation. It’s the new IE slogan.

(Reach for the stars, guys…)

Uploaded by 

SoPost

Would you like to use your Facebook and Twitter accounts as your postal address? Well now you can: SoPost turns your social IDs into a postal address so family, friends or companies can send things straight to your account without any details of your home address being shared.

Founder Jonathan Grubin says the service could cut down on the stress of re-routing deliveries after a change of address, as the social ID will remain the same even if your location doesn’t – and also protect privacy by allowing consumers to keep addresses private, reports TechCrunch.

Overlayer

Do you want to add custom overlays to you photos?

Of course you do. Stupid pictures of yourself never get old… and Overlayer.com knows that.

This could be you…

(via Overlayer.com)

I’m just like you

After searching Facebook for people with the same name as him, Reddit user CasinoRoy decided to send them friend requests… but only after dressing up like them and replicating their profile picture first.

A better use for Facebook has never been envisioned.

Check out the photos

Image: CasinoRoy

Main image: Peshkova via Shutterstock

  • Share on Facebook
  • Email this article
  •  

About the author:

Read next:

COMMENTS (3)