Tag Archives: The internet
Finally someone combined the Internet's true love -- porn -- with Upworthy-esque titles.
Skype? Facetime? Google Hangout? Just tools for mutually jerking it.
Where the magic happens.
This is a very fascinating artifact from the annals of Internet History. In 2005, Mark Zuckerberg went back to Harvard -- where he founded Facebook
This is just so goddamn perfect. The convulsing of cats as they try to vomit up hairballs matches perfectly with […]
A Canadian man on Reddit is entrusting strangers to name his unborn daughter. From now until her expected due date on April 2, his site dedicated
Look, let's not beat around the bush here: Everyone knows PornHub and RedTube and other porn sites have comments at the bottom of their videos, but
Emily Ratajkowski's got a new website.
As someone whose life's worth is valued by how much people respond to his tweets, this is the most brilliant thing I will see today.
What do you do when you have too much time on your hand and love Breaking Bad?
Were you planning on doing any work the rest of today? Too bad. All of Super Mario Bros. is on the internet for you to
We probably shouldn't have to have this talk in 2013. But, because of this, and this, and this, we are going to have this talk.
Today in news that could potentially rip apart offices and families: Gchat—the way all the cool kids interact post-college—glitched out this morning, sending users' messages to the wrong
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
"Google Bangout" is the greatest Internet feature I've ever heard of... Make it happen, Big G...
In short, it's f*cking the shit out of it. With the help of Nicholas Carr, author of "The Shallows," Epipheo created this nifty animated video explaining
How many famous faces, memes and viral superstars can you identify? If it’s all of them, you might need a hobby.
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?
Last night, some Redditor under the name "GovSchwarzenegger" went on R/fitness and posted a video with the caption "This inspired me, and I bet it
The Harlem Shake's time in the sun has come and gone. The New York Times has written a trend piece on the dance, so it's
Kim Dotcom—the Internet pioneer, founder of MegaUpload, and Cameron from "Modern Family"—pulled off quite possibly the weirdest and greatest product launch ever at his New
Sorry, sorry, it seems like we're highlighting these a lot around here lately. But this is too good to pass up.
Here's your daily dose of wow, I forgot how much the world must've sucked before the internet.
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