Poolside.fm Transports Users into a ’90s’ Mac Desktop

Poolside.fm is so much more than a portal into a classic Mac OS from the early ’90s; it’s a web radio station of summery tunes, a streaming site of lo-fi VHS-to-avi videos and an honest-to-goodness fun time. Developed by Marty Bell (founder of Tens sunglasses), Niek Dekker, Lewis King and Aziz Firat, the website returns after its initial launch in 2014. This time, however, the …

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The first web browser to be built from scratch, specifically for the iPad

Advertorial content: Tablets aren’t smaller versions of a laptop or a computer—they’re designed to be held and used in a completely different manner. So it makes no sense that most mobile version of apps tend to mimic their larger desktop counterparts. While app games have taken full advantage of the intuitive way users interact with the touch-screen, the browser—the main portal to the internet—has remained …