During 2013 Artifacting saw 1,530,685 absolute unique visitors to the site. While this number is larger than last year is doesn’t show the growth seen in earlier years. Below is a graph of my total number of absolute unique readers … Continued
It was a another great year for readership on Artifacting with 1,506,431 absolute unique readers coming to the blog over the year. Below is a graph of my total number of absolute unique readers throughout 2012. The spike on March … Continued
It was another great year for readership here at Artifacting. 2001 brought 1,016,006 absolute unique readers to the blog. I’ve been writing this blog for seven years so it feels great to have finally hit the 1M mark. Below is … Continued
Robohash is a web service that makes it easy to provide unique, robot images using any text input. Put in any text, such as IP address, email, filename, userid, or whatever else you like, and get back a unique robot … Continued
So I decided I want to blog about the interesting and unusual tumblr blogs as I come across them. I’ll be calling this series Noteworthy Tumblr. Of course the best way to kick off this series would be with a … Continued
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It was a banner year for readership here at Artifacting. Readership has steadily increased over the last few years. Below is a graph of my total number of absolute unique readers which totaled 648,994 throughout 2010. That is over 3x’s … Continued
This was created using Iconscramble (who has a tag line that is uncomfortably familiar). Iconscramble uses letter based icons from various computer-related brands and services.
Use this bookmarklet to turn the internet into a game of Asteroids. Destroy texts, ads, images, videos, basically anything on a webpage as if they are the ateroids. You can
You now have the ability to like Atifacting.com on facebook. In fact you can do it right here on this blog post. So yeah, do it, I mean, if that’s what your into. Oh, nevermind.
Created using Harmony a nice little web sketching application by Mr. Doob. If you want, you can download the source code for the project.
This “Artifacting” was created with photos of letters taken from Flickr. You can click on each letter to take you to the original flickr image. Created using the Rasomizr.
The new redesigned and freshly launched Digg came out of beta. Go Ahead and follow Artifacting’s page if you’re a user.
Way back in March of 2007 I posted a link to a cartoon called “All My Friends Are Dead” by Avery Monsen & Jory John. Back then, the cartoon was posted for all to see for free on the web … Continued
Code Organ takes the code of any website and turns it into music. Code Organ works by choosing the key of the song based on how many times the letter designating that note appears in a web page’s source code, … Continued