90S

AIM

AIM Has Been Resurrected

'AIM Phoenix' breathes new life into the original AIM client, which AOL took offline last year.
Matthew Gault
6.26.18
Windows 95

The Windows 95 Startup Sound Slowed 4000% Sounds Chill AF

The nostalgic sound of your childhood is even more comforting when slowed to a deep, zen-like pace.
Kaleigh Rogers
4.3.18
future

Sony Wants to Sell You a Subscription to a Robot Dog

aibo is back but now you need a subscription to use it because 2017.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.1.17
unix

Once Upon a Time, This Tech Company Actively Recruited Furries

Pre-web programming and furrydom were a magical combination.
Samantha Cole
6.21.17
horsing around

This Guy Riding a Fake Horse Is the Peak of 90s VR

This horse simulator, crazy as it looks, shares a lineage with the flight simulators of the 90s—which meant it was at the vanguard of the era’s graphical and virtual reality output.
Ernie Smith
5.16.17
Collision

Cars Are Crashing a Lot Better Than They Did 20 Years Ago

Watch a car from the 90s get totally rekt.
Samantha Cole
2.2.17
Instagram

The ‘Scenic_Simpsons’ Instagram Reveals Springfield's Hidden Beauty

Today in Good Internet.
Jordan Pearson
1.23.17
tv

90s Sitcoms Were Strangely Obsessed With This Unpopular Form of Birth Control

From Felicity, to Friends, to Sex and the City, late 90s TV was obsessed with the diaphragm.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.7.16
Donald Trump

The Strange History of Steve Bannon and the Biosphere 2 Experiment

Here’s what happened when Trump’s chief strategist was given a mock Earth.
Samantha Cole
11.15.16
Internet

A Suicide Cult’s Surviving Members Still Maintain Its 90s Website

It's been almost 20 years since the members of Heaven's Gate killed themselves in hopes of entering the Next Level.
Kaleigh Rogers
10.27.16
Noisey Blog

The King of ‘As Seen on TV’ Was the Original Gadget Man

Saying goodbye to a man who filled the world with crap.
Jordan Pearson
4.28.16
Music

David Bowie’s Strangest Performance Was in a 1999 Dystopian Dreamcast Game

Bowie was fascinated by technology and the end of the world.
Jordan Pearson
1.11.16