So you can look like the super-hot dude you were meant to be.
Behind the scenes at the oscars, here’s a piece-by-piece time lapse of how they created Oscars using lego bricks!
Your eyes, trying to compensate for poor lighting, are playing tricks on you.
Play through the old classic Super Mario Bros. game using your other favorite NES characters.
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At last night’s Social Media Week panel, a heated (but friendly) debate over editorial independence vs. advertising interests erupted between The Dish blogger Andrew Sullivan and BuzzFeed’s Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith (and many Buzzfeed staff members in the audience). Here’s a recap of the conversation as it unfolded by a mix of journalists, marketers, and bloggers in social media:
TripAdvisor and Yelp reviewers top the list of deceivers, but fake reviews exist everywhere.
Why you should never buy a mediocre piece of technology expecting that it’ll be more amazing tomorrow than it is today.
We admit it, and so do other bloggers and editors: Nobody seems to want to read stories about Mitt Romney. For the candidate, a blessing or a curse?
The New York Times review of the Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 is everything wrong with gadget reviews.
People looking at the internet are getting a kick out of the “overly attached girlfriend” meme. In response I present: the douchey boyfriend meme!
What was the Meme Of The Year? BuzzFeed is partnering with the Webby Awards to let you choose your favorite. Get your vote on and make sure you watch The Webbys streaming LIVE on May 21st to see who wins.
Think of your favorite gif. Now imagine that gif filling your entire screen, like a movie. BLISS, right? That’s what Maxgif does.
Facebook made a nice intro video for investors, but it was waayyy too long. Here it is with just the creepy parts.
Oh PR, you are my bread and butter … but this is so simple, so true, and golden. (Via Boing Boing.)
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46 percent of adults own smartphones. And just 41 percent own a cellphone that isn’t “smart,” according to Pew’s latest study. Can we stop calling them smartphones?
Paul’s acolytes produce a lot of Ron Paul-themed music. When’s the last time you heard a rap song called “I’M WIT MITT ROMNEY”?
It’s basically, Oprah riding a jet ski in outer space with Jesus. Basically.
The premise here is pretty simple. Take Kanye West lyrics and make them applicable to toddlers. Here’s the blank, go nuts!
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Because every successful sports team in the late 1980s made a music video, St. Louis made this video to try linking winning St. Louis Cardinals team with economic development in the city of St. Louis.
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