Email isn’t fun. It’s work. Browsing is enjoyable, but not fun.
Ditto for iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, and just about every other app on the Mac. There’s work. There’s some enjoyment. But not so much fun. Short of a digital barrel full of monkeys dancing around on your Mac’s screen, the closest I’ve come to fun and pleasure is having an aquarium where the Desktop wallpaper used to be.
For that you’ll need Desktop Aquarium (free and not so free versions).
What is it? It’s an aquarium on the Desktop. A real video aquarium of coral, fish, rocks, and sea creatures.
Desktop Aquarium is a video of an aquarium that fills your Mac’s screen. You won’t see fake animated fish. From just a few feet away your Mac’s screen looks just like a real aquarium.
Controls are easy to use and setup and include options to show the Desktop after so many minutes of inactivity and push other windows aside.
The free version of Desktop Aquarium features videos that are not as long as the full version, and has occasional popup advertisements (having a fish come to the front of the screen carrying an advertisement would be a nice addition).