Inspiring in the sense that you didn’t write them. From the Tumblr (and new book!) [Citation Needed].
Zynga is laying off 520 employees in its largest restructuring yet. Now the only question is whether it will survive as a mobile gaming company.
As “Lovedrop,” Chris Odom taught you how to score with babes. Now he’ll teach you how to score with bitcoin.
Tech start-ups are fishing vets from old media. And old media vets are biting.
Supporting cast takes on a new meaning.
The protest art of the video game generation. Demonstrations surrounding a park in Istanbul continue unabated, and activists are getting creative with their pop-culture protestations.
Yes, they know about your Tumblr. An interview with an anonymous admissions officer.
From one type of platform to another one. A big departure and the end of an era.
Now you’re just the internet I used to know. :(
Or guy! Plus: liking your ex’s Instagram photos, and dealing with a subtweeter.
Nine out of ten times, Pinterest search actually beats Google image search. Pinspiring.
“If you don’t see yourself anywhere else online, come here.”
Sorry, nerds. These are going to sting a little.
There’s a new glut of apps aimed at young, horny hookup culture. We rank them for you so you can get back to your kegstands.
Elon Musk’s ambitious plan to reinvent the road trip.
“Oh! I was so confused. I thought i followed some random blog drunk.” ~ BuzzFeed’s resident Tumblr expert, Ryan Broderick.
And how should he be punished?
Social media, TV criticism, creator Mitchell Hurwitz, “fans” who are actually psychotic — just horrible.
When is a “ba-doop!” not just a “ba-doop”? When it contains a secret Easter egg.
You’re bored. Google’s Roll It! is here to help.
Every reporter works for Twitter now.
Status updates, interests, memes. And most importantly: fewer parents.
Win the messaging game and you win the internet. But success is often short-lived.
Who knew it was possible for a person’s emotions to shift so dramatically so quickly?
Gmail will soon split your inbox into four pieces: one mailbox and three feeds.
Yes, The Last of Us is yet another zombie game. No, you should not ignore it.