Lockers were suppose to be a place to keep our textbooks, but ended up being more like a shrine. Some people installed glamor mirrors in their lockers and used them as fashion corners. Some folks ran candy selling businesses out of their lockers. Some folks, like myself, found themselves shoved into a lockers at one time or another, for no particular reason at all. Though, we never referred to them as lockers, but rather, “textbook castles.” Way to stay positive, eh?
But with everything going digital these days, the need for lockers IRL has steadily decreased. It’s about time for the concept of the locker to finally evolve. That’s where LockerDome comes in, an internet platform built around the concept of our favorite high school storage units.
LockerDome is an intuitive and seamless way to curate internet surfing to your liking. Think of it as an RSS feed of sorts, with a streamlined interface and a feedback system allowing folks to vote on whether or not a link is interesting. It’s basically a virtual locker for all of your favorite things on the internet, and if Nerdist is one of your favorite destinations, you’ll be proud to know that you can throw us onto your LockerDome feeds right now.
So, to commemorate the landing of the USS Nerdist Enterprise on LockerDome soil, we’re teaming up to bless a lucky soul with a brand new PlayStation 4. Being a part of the festivities is as simple as scrolling down and zapping that “enter” button.