Via his Twitter, John Hodgman (yes, that "PC guy") takes a stand against "meh" -- calling it "...almost universally seems to signal: I am just interested enough to make one last joyless, nitpicky swipe and then disappear."
(No that's not a typo): Jimmy Fallon's much-maligned web show is getting a second chance.
It seems the tide of public opinion around the 'Queen of Quirk' has changed and the inevitable backlash has begun.
Angry journalists are circulating a petition calling out ABC's George Stephanopoulos and Charles Gibson for the crappy job they did at the last debate.
The introduction of Flickr video has unintended consequences: Angry Flickrites.
Much disliked horror auteur Uwe Boll throws down the gauntlet: If 1 million people sign the petition against him, maybe he'll quit.
Maxim gets flack for placing Sarah Jessica Parker at the top of the "unsexiest women" list, also for having an "unsexiest women" list in the first place, and also for generally being lame and shallow.
Daniel Day-Lewis may have just won his second Oscar for There Will Be Blood, but some have already begun challenging the praise he's received for his scenery-chewing performance.
New York sketch group Olde English pairs with comedienne Jackie Clarke to take us "behind the scenes" of surprise hit Juno with its attention-grabbing screenwriter.
"Eat, Pray, Love" is now tops on everybody's list of books to bash.
A viral, homemade campaign ad goes bad.
With Juno a huge box office success and now a multiple Oscar nominee, the haters are out in full force.
Australian teen throws a massive party and is currently undergoing a major internet backlash.
David Cross responds to online anger over his appearance in "Alvin and The Chipmunks."
Spencer Morgan of the New York Observer launches a campaign against Spanx.
Facebook's new advertising platform is getting folks all riled up.
The heated response to Amazon's Kindle has been immediate and...heated.
MIT is suing Frank Gehry over an academic complex he designed for the school.
Whatever cultural credibility Jerry Seinfeld had post-"Seinfeld" seems lately to have run dry.
Media outlets are overburdened with the continual coverage of Stephen Colbert's antics.
Marc Jacobs gets horrible reviews for his "quirky" fashion show; Atlantic Monthly publishes an article about how we're all overdosing on quirkiness.
The recent Kwik-E-Mart marketing campaign for The Simpsons Movie has stirred up controversy about Apu's character.
After weird appearances at the Diana Concert and Live Earth, people are wondering: Is Ricky Gervais actually funny?
The founders of Dodgeball, which was acquired by Google in 2005, jump ship.
The Dove "Real Beauty" ads are experiencing a backlash. One was even banned by the FCC.
Announcement of the iPhone left the techworld in awe, but now the backlash begins.