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Jan 4, 2012

Microsoft Celebrates IE6’s Death with T-Shirts

How do the people responsible for IE6—a slow, buggy, security nightmare of a browser—observe IE6's demise? With commemorative tees, of course. If only IE6 were as clever as the piece of clothing recognizing its overdue drift into oblivion.

The shirt, cooked up by the Internet Explorer team, almost makes me a little sad. And then I realize what death we're talking about, and that these people are probably glad the desiccated corpse is blowing away in the wind. Now let us pretend IE6 never happened and only think about IE9. IE9 is all there has ever been. Everything is OK. Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep. More here.

11 comments:

YeamieWaffles said...

That's actually amazing. I hate Internet Explorer so I find this an awesome concept myself!

CodingAndHacking said...

IE 6.0 was terrible, a piece of damping shit, also the most buggy program to be released by a "decent" company, websites had to do all sorts of code dances just to please that brat.

Adam said...

I think IE6 is when I switched to FF and eventually Chrome

Alina said...

That s very interesting!

NayNaySIXX said...

Haha, that's different!

The Piggie said...

This explains my thoughts about internet explorer entirely.

Atley said...

"overdue drift into oblivion."
-How I feel about Skyrim.

At this point in time, Firefox just feels dated, and IE6 has made me contract a few viruses... Who can reccomend a better Internt browser?

anonblog said...

nice blog!

Aedan Dugalle said...

hahaha funny shirts

G said...

my god the world must be coming to an end if Microsoft have developed a sense of humour

annoymouse said...

But amazingly, IE is still the most used internet explorer in the world.. Surprising huh?