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Molly Mulshine

First World Problems

Kids Are Fed Up With Their Parents’ Tech Addiction, Survey Says

Pretty much everyone. (Photo: chris.pirillo.com)

Parents love to gripe about how often kids these days are staring at screens — but new research from the UK shows that a lot of kids have the same complaint about their Facebook-obsessed parents.

Almost 70 percent of kids surveyed said their parents spend too much time on their phone, iPad or other devices, the Telegraph reports. At the same time, slightly fewer parents — 60 percent — had the same worry about their children. Read More

Q&A

Rap Jesus: Ousted Genius Founder Mahbod Moghadam Finally Speaks

Mr. Moghadam (Photo via Facebook)

Rap Genius cofounder Mahbod Moghadam might not be working at the startup he helped create (which was recently rechristened Genius) anymore. But he’s not going quietly — he recently revealed he’s working on a book about his time with the startup formerly known as Rap Genius.

We had to get some more details, so we emailed Mr. Moghadam some questions about his new project and his past experiences. Also check out this book teaser Mr. Moghadam shared with us from his upcoming tome, Genius Inc. Read More

Get Money

Your Old Pal Fred Durst Got a Summer Job Directing eHarmony Commercials

Oh, there you are. Hi, Fred. (Photo via Getty)

The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Limp Bizkit is probably more on the Mike’s-Hard-Lemonade-fueled-gross-high-school-hookup end of the relationship spectrum, rather than the respectable-online-date side.

But that hasn’t stopped eHarmony from recruiting former Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst to help them rebrand. Mr. Durst (it feels funny writing that) has directed three commercials for the online dating also-ran, the Daily Dot reports.

eHarmony is most popular with 25-to-40-year-olds, and they’re banking on Mr. Durst to bring in the under-25s, the Dot says. We’re not sure people under 25 have even heard of Limp Bizkit, per se, but whatever. Read More

Highdeas

New Chatroulette Knockoff Helps Stoners Meet and Chat About Universe/Doritos

A chatroom for people who feel like this. (Photo via funnyjunk.com)

Getting high means a lot of things to a lot of people: taking Planet Earth more seriously than usual; insisting you can see in 3D for the first time; communicating with your dog on a spiritual level; being about 90 percent sure that you’re peeing your pants.

Now, getting high can mean a new thing: finding friends online. A new website, PuffPuffChat, purports to bring together stoners from around the world, like a ChatRoulette for people who want to discuss the flavor bouquet of a Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme. Read More