It’s time to stop calling online dating weird. It’s only weird because you’re making it weird.
More than just missed connections.
I got 9 problems but a beard ain’t one.
The least boring type of math.
But success in some countries may rely on voiceovers and subtitling — or just very good foreign films.
Bottom line: you’re probably being Catfished.
Are we being social or antisocial?
Are you a bad at being online?
A little pee — for like a second — in your pants.
Sunday’s big draws include Arcade Fire, Disclosure, Beck, The Naked and Famous, and more. We’ll update all weekend, so check back to watch your favorite acts.
These people need to not date.
What’s your wifi password?
Truly a modern love story.
It’s fine to feel #blessed, but you probably shouldn’t announce it out loud.
Why bother with a store when they can bring it to your door?
The metric of the future will be web traffic, and the sooner the cable news networks realize it, the better.
“Gchat is the second lowest form of communication.” -Hannah Horvath, Girls
Facebook lags. Teenagers use the internet while studying, playing sports, and attending religious services.
Because the internet doesn’t have to be as scary as 20/20 makes it seem.
Guess she’s not so clueless about how to do a great celebrity endorsement. Haha! Right?
The “Blade Runner Sketchbook” has been long out of print since its 1982 publishing date, but, thanks to this “BR” fanatic, we can now gulp down every page of the collector’s item online. Check out highlights from Ridley Scott and the film’s conceptual designers as well as the entire “Sketchbook” in embed form below.
Senior Citizens are the fastest growing group on Facebook—they’re learning to email, Skype, and sometimes even take Photo Booth pics. And just like the teenagers b4 them, they’ve created their own language of acronyms to get their chat on. Here’s a guide to understanding what your Gramps & Gran are LOLing about online. (By Amy Sly)
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A cute infographic detailing some not-so-cute statistics about porn consumption in the United States. Don’t worry, it’s safe for work. In fact, according to the infographic, you’re probably looking at things far worse than this while at work.
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