By the time your butt hits the office chair in the morning, you’ve probably already asked yourself “How am I going to get through today?” a dozen times. It’s fair question and one that three enterprising coders have a great answer for.
Alex Leone, David Nufer, and David Truong have cooled up a bookmarklet that turn any webpage into a miniature version of the cult PS2 game “Katamari Damacy.” If you’ve never encountered the brilliant game, the loopy title from designer Keita Takahashi stars the diminutive Prince of All Cosmos rolling up stuff onto a magical sticky ball. This, of course, is so his father The King of All Cosmos can use it to repair the stars that he destroyed during a drunken bender. Like I said, loopy.
The webhack creates a katamari on the webpage which you can then control with a mouse and even includes the insanely catchy Katamari theme, too. It works best in Chrome–and you should be using Google’s browser anyway– so click on the link and paste the code into any webpage. So, yeah, say goodbye to productivity for at least a good hour.