These people need to not date.
These people need to not date.
Hang on, what?
Comics by Toothpaste For Dinner.
What’s your wifi password?
Truly a modern love story.
Bitstrips, be gone.
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?
From URL to IRL.
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) View Image ›
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. View Image ›
Even though it’s the expressed will of the people, the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana, is unlikely to name a new government building after a popular former mayor. Take a look at the online poll and see if you can figure out why, because I’m baffled by this perversion of democracy. View List ›
The name given to the chair infront of your computer that you sit on to go on line. Once seated in it and going on line (facebook, aol, google, news, etc) it sucks you in to a much longer period of time than you planned. “I call my computer chair my SUCTION SEAT because although I only planned to be on line for 20 minutes, when I looked at the clock after finishing, I was on line for 2 1/2 hours!”
A group a Scottish artists have created a robot band-in-a-box called Cybraphon. The mood of the music being played changes based on real-time searches on how well received the Cybraphon is by people online. Watch Video ›
What does soon-to-launch music video portal Vevo have in common with UK football club Manchester City? No, it’s not Craig Bellamy. Both are funded from UAE emirate Abu Dhabi.
A study of online behavior conducted by security firm Arbor Networks reveals that the prime time on the Internet may be later than you’d think. It also reveals the habits of late-night surfers, which boils down to surfing the web and watching videos (a large amount of which are adult content), chatting with friends, and playing video games online.
Players of the sci-fi game EVE Online experienced another parallel yesterday between what happens in the game’s virtual economy and the real-world financial woes that have hit the banking industry. The in-game bank recorded record deficits yesterday, and froze all players virtual bank accounts, limited accesses players to the in-game currency.
A site that gets you more twitter followers, if that’s what you’re into
Pro-anorexia is continuing to gain traction online, now in the form of groups on Facebook. “Thinspiration” was always available on the Internet, but is sadly now becoming more and more accessible to the people who should be the last to see it. Read More ›