We’re about to get weird.
We’re about to get weird.
It’s a list of every Black Friday-related death and injury since 2006.
Plus 8 horrifying texts from online dates, Sony patents the “smart wig,” and five superhero movies that need to be made ASAP.
Take your procrastination to the next level.
During a press-only sneak peak at MSNBC’s soon-to-be launched new website, network president Phil Griffin had plenty to say.
The Daily Mail website uses some confusing terms to describe celebrity ladies. Here’s a quick guide for the uninitiated.
Find out how educated you’d need to be to understand the comments at Fox News, Gawker, Slate, and more.
Awkward baby photos from the World Wide Web.
Hey, senators: 2002 is calling, and it wants its web designers back.
Several LGBT-focused sites have been banned from Pentagon’s computers.
“Wear the Pink is a way the funeral home staff can ‘Button-up’ in honor of that individual and family, by wearing in unison, the Pink Jacket during the service.”
Part “Sh*t __ Says”, part hyperbolic extreme feminism, this video takes the Gawker sub-site Jezebel and lambasts it to smithereens.
They’re all exactly the same. Except for Romney. Who is completely different.
Google+ is definitely the Aquaman of the internet.
Finally, websites you can take into the bathroom. View List ›
Here’s a Tumblr devoted to showing you what the backsides of your favorite websites look like. How they got back there I have no idea, but it’s interesting to see how it all works. More of these here. (Thanks for the tip, Jeff!) View List ›
The internets are your friend.
For those of you who ran out and saw The Social Network this weekend, you are now familiar with Zuckerberg’s first site www.facemash.com. For only $8,000 it can now be yours. Surprisingly, it currently has zero bids. The question is: Who will be the first BuzzFeed user to place a bid?
Glenn Beck launched his new website The Blaze today with the message “there comes a time when you have to stop complaining and do something. And so we decided to hire some actual journalists to launch a new website”. Let’s take a closer look at some of the talent Mr. Beck has brought on. View List ›
“The image of flame is a powerful.” We wholeheartedly agree, Glenn, and that’s why we’ve gone to the trouble of making you some some banners that we think would be a perfect fit for your new homepage. View List ›
Glenn Beck has launched a new website, called The Blaze, which he hopes will be a Conservative answer to The Huffington Post. As he explains in his manifesto for the site, “The image of flame is a powerful.” So you know he’s taking this thing pretty seriously. Read More ›
This really spoke to me. I can think of a number of websites that need to be humiliated via Venn diagram, but colleges are pretty high up on the list of worst offenders. View Image ›
The company that oversees Web addresses is expected to give the go-ahead on Friday for the creation of a .xxx suffix for websites with pornographic content, company officials indicated today.
But honestly, this is starting to get a little bit sad. View Image ›
Could this possibly be the worst site on the Internet?
How 20 popular websites looked when they launched. Remember the old Facebook/MySpace?
Personification of the Internet. I wonder what BuzzFeed would look like? View Image ›