While Steve Jobs may be one of the best at hyping a product, perhaps the iPad wouldn’t have fallen flat if he had Obama schill it for him.
The Simpsons have invented countless names, some more recognizable than others. Here’s a massive compilation of the best and funniest.
An inebriated little boy steals Christmas from all of his neighbors. Scrooge-in-the-making or future alcoholic? You decide.
Bloods? Crips? Lating Kings? Turkeys? Oh yeah, there’s a new gang in town. And they ain’t goin’ nowhere.
Ad agency Denizen claims they first patented product placement in what they called “Program Integrated Commercials.”
A recap of the 2009 Gizmodo Gallery featuring the automatic pancake maker.
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What do McSteamy from Grey’s Anatomy, Noxema girl Rebecca Gayheart, and former Ms. Teen USA Kari Ann Paniche have in common? They’re all on tape, high and naked, in Paniche’s studio apartment.
An interactive timeline of how much much each subway was used since 1905. My goodness the F was popular in 1946!
A phenomenal orchestration of coordination when two guys sync up music to the records with faces on them they depict. All while dancing (surprisingly) well.
This had to be painstaking to coordinate.
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Lady actors don’t win Oscars based film performances; it’s all about giving the best acceptance speech. And the dirty, dirty Academy demands an orgasmic experience (or at least someone who can fake it well).
New smokeless tobacco releases a ‘tobacco mist’ instead of smoke, bypassing most state smoking laws. Can’t tell if this is gross, or genius. But it is intriguing!