For the last two years I have enjoyed Uncapped and Unshaped Internet from MWEB. The only downside is that our line rental is still held with Telkom – an aspect I am currently in the process of changing.
Anyone with a modern mobile device knows how much of a bane and a blessing the autocorrect feature can be when typing out text messages, emails, notes and so on.
Often the autocorrect feature will change perfect text, without rhyme or reason, and before you realise the error, you have already hit send.
These ‘corrections’ almost always result in a bevy of hilarious, if not mortifying, messages to friends, loved ones, strangers or colleagues.
Consequently, the Internet is a buzz with this latest meme.
The ‘99 Things’ idea is to look at this list of 99 things you could have done, and bold the ones that you actually have done!
Here we go…
Well, the website tentatively known as ‘Yearbook Yourself’, has a rather ingenious solution to his problem.
Using simple, yet effective, facial mapping techniques; ‘Yearbook Yourself’ allows you to take any forward facing photograph’s of your beautiful visage and turn them into time period specific yearbook portraits.
The specific time periods on offer currently range from the century splitting year 1950, all the way to the millennium bug ridden year 2000. You may view my ‘Blast from the Past’, courtesy of Yearbook Yourself, in the following album:
An interesting thing to do, is to compare your original High school photograph (you can see my real one at the top of this post *cringe*) to those of a potential yesteryear. Truth be told, I am incredibly glad to be a child of the ‘00 High school graduating generation. Some of those ‘founding’ styles were simply horrendous (1986, 1988 and 1990; I am looking at you)!
Unsurprisingly, we all have High school graduating photograph’s, including celebrities:
Until the next time “Milieunairs”!