The internet is IRL. It always has been.
This is the pinnacle of human ingenuity, folks.
Omg what does THAT status mean?
How to dis your frenemy on the web, from most passive/least aggressive —> least passive/most aggressive.
Fox News’ highest rated host says the internet is ruining young people’s minds.
The internet is consolidated into huge sites and social networks, but that doesn’t mean it’s uniform. Welcome to life as a constant A/B test.
True stories from real-life humans who fell head over heels via LiveJournal, Twitter, YouTube, and more.
A lot of people work in front of a computer all day, but some need to remember to take a break every once in a while.
For anyone who grew up on the internet, the online world is real life. Sexting included.
Food for thought.
It’s fair to say the web has shaken things up a bit for mankind. Here some great minds - and Jon Bon Jovi - try to explain what it’s all about.
Not sure whether to laugh or cry.
Apparently, the company behind the controversial contest made it all up.
There is no way that this could turn out badly.
Redditor monster_hugs put this together and it is brilliant.
Mitt Romney was involved in Bain Capital and Bane is the villain for The Dark Knight Rises. I wonder if anyone’s going to make a joke about that.
All right, hate is a strong word. But he thinks it’s preventing us from taking risks and making really cool stuff happen.
Haters gonna hate, indeed. It’s the little details that make Joey Spiotto’s record art. He truly gets the Internet.
You’ve got your whole life ahead of you - why not spend some time exploring the beautiful expanse of the Internet? (via visual news.com).
Ooh, that’s gotta hurt. Sean Hopkins 1, Blockbuster 0.
The important parts of it, at least.
On tonight’s “Factor,” Bill O’Reilly tried to explain the rapid rise to fame of “Sports Illustrated” Swimsuit Edition covergirl Kate Upton. Key word being “tried.”
It’s only just begun, but some people have already declared today the worst Valentine’s Day ever. Here are 20 such examples.
Go Shep! AT&T recently took the “unlimited” out of its “unlimited data” plan by cutting data speeds of its most active customers without warning or notification. Fox News anchor Shepherd Smith is one of those customers, and on his show today, Smith gave AT&T a verbal spanking. (h/t Mediaite)
Talk about an advice meme that hits close to home, either way, we’re all too familiar with what it’s like to eat a bag of Doritos at 3pm and call it breakfast. This man is the face of the American economy.
And he’s just as horrible IRL! On Monday’s episode of “Panorama” on the BBC, reporter Declan Lawn tracked down Darren Burton, aka “Nimrod Severn,” a notorious RIP Troll known for leaving offensive comments on Facebook memorial pages that were set up to honor people who have passed away. Here’s what happened when the two men met face-to-face. (via Gizmodo)
Mee-wow! On Reddit, frackyou writes, “So my little cousin posted on Facebook that he was bored and gave everyone his new phone number.” Maximum trolling ensued.
Like mah status if you like mah snoring! Here’s Croation designer Tomislav Zvonarić’s concept for the Facebook-integrated FBed, which will allow you to “always to be up to date and close to your online friends even when you sleep.” Discuss. (via The Daily What)
Well played, Internet.