He may be a robot, but Mark Zuckberberg was chosen by TIME as the 2010 Person of the Year.
A Mr. WikiLeaks pictorial.
He is a lawyer, and a conservationist, and $250K richer because you laughed at him on the internet. Not too shabby.
Enjoy the rags-to-riches stories of all your favorite memes, including Keyboard Cat, David After Dentist, and Mr. LOLcat himself. With a special cameo by BuzzFeed’s own Jessica Amason.
Meet Jonah Peretti, the founder of BuzzFeed and Huffington Post, who’s done a bunch of other fun internet stuff you might have heard of.
Q+A with Matt Mason, godfather of pirate radio.
In episode 2 of Sound Builders, we travel to Burbank, CA to hang out with sound designer and composer Diego Stocco.
Nate Ball, mechanical engineer, MIT grad, and co-founder of Atlas Devices, just might be the masked crusader.
Before internet radio — heck, before the whole darn internet — perhaps the only weapon an ordinary person had against the dull rage of mainstream mass media lay in abandoned buildings, broken rooftop locks, and homemade antennae.
It’s not really surprising at all: today Beyonce’s official YouTube channel is blocked in the US due to a copyright infringement issue with her own record label, Sony
But at least there’s no blue screen.
Vince Clarke is a man synonymous with synth pop and a legend in the history of electronic music.
Dennis Chamberland doesn’t just want to live underwater: he wants anyone to join him. And he’s determined to make that a reality.
Malaysian architect Sarly Adre Bin Sarkum’s entry into the 2010 eVolo Skyscraper Competition is an underwater office and apartment building.
Japan is bracing itself for bad times after scores of the usually rare, giant Oarfish have washed ashore and been caught in coastal fisherman’s nets.