Procrastination Destination Du Jour: Goggles

“Unfortunately, no one can be told what Goggles is. You have to see it for yourself.” — Morpheus (The Matrix, 1999) 

The sexual frustration of a thousand men directed toward a singular creative endeavor. Beautiful, isn't it.

Happy Monday Tuesday, everyone! I know you’re all ambivalent/stressed/excited for finals, so I’ve been thinking that Wesleying needs to provide our readers with a creative outlet. Pent up energy isn’t healthy, y’know? So I present to you: Goggles.

Goggles is a fun little tool that let’s you see an extra layer on top of any website you’re browsing. Just drag the goggles button to your bookmarks bar, click the button bookmark, and then a canvas and a set of tools will magically appear on the page. Above you’ll see an example of one of Goggles’s more active drawings. Here’s what Wesleying looks like right now:

What a boring page!

Look at that little smiley face up in the corner! Doesn’t it look so lonely? Those finals fairies are just begging to be drawn on. I find the idea of an extra layer of the internet SO COOL (imsuchanerd). I love that there’s this extra activity on every popular webpage that no one but Goggles users can see. So what are you waiting for? Procrastinate and draw something amazing on your favorite websites. Quick! How many phalli can you draw on wesleyan.edu before they get erased (shame on you if you actually follow through with this)?

Here’s the link.