Tag Archives: Internet
I'm trying to process what I just watched.
Seriously, "jogging?" What is this bullshit.
Like many other people, I have a group iMessage on my iPhone. There are six of us in the group chat (names changed for obvious
Did you think Google was just a search engine? Hell no. In fact, there's a hack you can use to turn Google into a video game. It's badass...
One day, you and everyone you love will be dead. You can’t escape this fate. Billions have tried and failed. But you can rest easy
Bad news for Bros who hoped bitcoin and e-commerce were the way to risk-free drug purchases. The FBI is on to it.
Ever been browsing the internet, about to click on a link and thought, 'You know what? I want to throw up the Roc right now.'?
If you don’t "know" Reddit, think of it this way: Google is where people go to search for things. Reddit is where you go to see the things
It's a strange, strange time to be a teenager in the United States. Your spiritual leader is Jaden Smith. You spend much of your day
What do you get when you combine young girls' fanatical devotion to the Queen of Schmaltz—Taylor Swift—with easily misattributed quotes on the Internet? The Pinterest
I feel like I'm watching the Summer Olympics all over again when I look at this chart. Just the USA, being the goddamn USA, winning
There's an entire generation of kids out there that have no idea what it's like to call a friend on the phone and speak to
Listing off how technology has ruined dating would result in a scroll longer than the Quran, so I will keep this
So this is a pretty big bombshell. The Washington Post is reporting that both the NSA and FBI are directly tapping into the servers of
#6: Using words like "squid" and "hardo."
April Fools Day: Annoying, occasionally clever, and, increasingly, a chance for websites to attempt to one-up each other in the joke-making department. After being burned
Serious question: Would life be better off without it?
This is one of those single-serving blogs that features one idea done perfectly. (So: the Chick-fil-A of blogs.)
We spend way too fucking much time online, so we laughed pretty hard at this video envisioning websites as people at a party. Cracked didn't include
"The antisocial has become social" -- Kobe Bryant.
Think you have an Internet addiction? Your problem is small potatoes next to this.
By next week this will be old and busted, so jump on the heat train while it's still in town.
Oh Oblivious Suburban Mom. You're so blissfully naive, yet you're such a model mother, always thinking that 16-inch glass bong is really an avande garte
Given that we secured the ever-elusive cocaine victory earlier this week, I'm pretty ok with this.
Whether you want to buy a few more shirts or a trip around the world, you can do it on the Internet. Want a 2
Think back on what the Internet was like 10 years ago. There was no Facebook, obviously, or YouTube or Wikipedia—the two forces that simultaneously help
Seventeen years ago, the internet was a much simpler place. Kids used it to chat on instant messenger and adults used it to, well, look
Here’s your challenge for the day: talk to someone face-to-face without looking at an electronic device. Remember when people did that? It was OK.
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This incident sparks a very interesting debate regarding internet security. This family accidentally left their Wi-Fi open, which was then used by teenage kid to
It’s that time of year when millions of college students are packing up their sh*tty rooms from their on-campus dens of iniquity and hoping they
Not much to say here, the letter speaks for itself. But with such thorough detail, you gotta wonder if this boss had a previous job
This can't be true. Most of us read more now than ever before. And it's all thanks to the Internet springing out of Al Gore's
With Wikipedia blacked out today to protest SOPA and PIPA as they enter Congress, clueless high school and college kids are freaking the f*ck out
If you're a Netflix subscriber who woke up to a disturbing email from some guy named Reed Hastings this morning, you're not alone. The CEO
Remember the Sandra Bullock movie "The Net"? For many, it was the first glimpse on the silver screen of what the Internet looked like outside