Never doubt the power of Emma Watson.
Never doubt the power of Emma Watson.
Dattch, created in the UK, has finally landed in the States. It’s a brand new day, ladies.
A “system isn’t available” message greeted many visitors to the problem-plagued website for several hours on the morning of March 31.
The Hummus is a hilarious news website founded by three Muslim guys who wanted a funny outlet to express the frustrations of young Muslims in America.
Channel 5 is known for incredibly dramatic documentary names. But can you tell which of these are real, and which ones are fake?
The network’s defining brand is missing from its latest ad campaign.
Don’t worry, they have plenty of weightism and homophobia, too. Who are the terribly misguided people that run this site?
The National Security Agency website, NSA.gov, was suddenly forced offline for several hours Friday. The agency blamed “an internal error that occurred during a scheduled update.”
But, the airline reportedly won’t honor the ridiculously low-priced fares this time.
Want tickets? Just click F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 and then have a little cry.
Wake up, sheeple.
When United Airlines’ website went haywire Thursday night, a bunch of lucky people obtained flight fares for as low as $10, $5, and ZERO dollars! United announced Friday that it would honor those tickets bought during the glitch.
Plus a major Ryan Gosling anniversary, Alec Baldwin’s 10 best scenes ever, and something ABSOLUTELY INSANE from Singapore.
According to his personal website that is. Never seen his website? Well, here it is.
Online activists are not happy about their decision to stop funding Planned Parenthood. In response to the breast cancer foundation’s sudden move to stop supporting Planned Parenthood, a move that many are speculating was motivated by political pressure, hackers last night tweaked a banner advertising the Komen marathon (it has since been taken down). Brutal.
Very surprised there’s no link to download desktop wallpaper for The Rock or The Hunt For Red October. (via imdb.com)
The FBI is investigating death threats directed towards David Letterman found on a jihadist website, including statements such as, “Is there not among you (someone)…to cut the tongue of this lowly Jew and shut it forever?” The author of the threats was angered over jokes Letterman has made involving al-Qaida leaders Osama bin Laden and Ilyas Kashmirandi. Oh, and Letterman isn’t Jewish. Watch Video ›
N SKY C displays the average color of the New York City sky, updated every 5 minutes. While we lost a bit of our humanity the day this site was created, I spent too many years working in a windowless cubicle farm to not appreciate its usefulness. View Image ›
You didn’t really think they’d turn off the Harry Potter spigot after “Deathly Hallows,” did you? Little is known of the site, Pottermore.com, although a fan who was given a sneak peak says it’s “breathtaking in scope, detail and sheer beauty.” It was discovered after Rowling teased various Potter fansites with clues, revealed through a “Secret Street View” scavenger hunt. As of right now, it only contains a few photos of owls and Rowling’s signature, plus a “Coming Soon” placeholder in the author’s handwriting. (via hollywoodreporter.com) View Image ›
This is great news. But what was “confrimed” with this Usama Bin Landen person, anyway? View Image ›
Awesome site lets you put text to speech, and have a scary robotic guy read it out to you! Post what you come up with!
Do you dig Digg? Are you sick and tired of Redditors claiming that Digg is dead? Put your fears at ease with this definitive list of reasons why Digg is better than Reddit. View List ›
Think your man is sleeping around on you? Know a guy or gal that’s been making the rounds? Add or search for them on the database of this new website.