Shout out to your local IT person.
"The Google logo has changed, can you switch it back?"
"I'm going to pretend this virus didn't come from a porn site."
Embedded Facebook comments, meant to make stories more social, have become the latest breeding ground for internet cons.
In case you were wondering, yes. We are real people. And this is how you make us feel.
A former employee discusses the 'avalanche' of daily emails, anti-gay ads embedded in internet radio stream and how the service's algorithm changed over the years. Part of an occasional series.
Matthew Inman (the creative genius behind The Oatmeal) recently gave a fantastic presentation for Ignite on how to create viral media. This is a must watch for all BuzzFeed users. Great advice, very funny stuff. Via.
Funny tech support call of an older lady wanting to disable PacMan from her Google "homepage" because she can't figure out how to use her computer with it there.