An artist who has apparently run out of ideas will be blowing up the nude images that were recently “leaked” (stolen) from Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton and featuring them in his own art show.
Oh good god. This is what happens when a minor baseball league tries to understand the Internet.
At last night’s Kalamazoo Growlers game (that’s apparently a minor league baseball team, uh, somewhere), the players debuted a jersey filled with 300 selfies. The local newspaper declared it a “hit” with not only the fans, but the opposing team. “The jersey is really cool,” remarked one player from the Wisconsin Woodchucks. So cool. Read More
Fox News is helping its readers understand terribly confusing tech terms like “social network,” “open source”… and “LGBT”?
While perusing this morning’s tech news, we came across a story in Fox News’ business section called, “Popular Tech Terms, Decoded ; -).” Equal parts intrigued and reviled by the use of such a creepy smiley face in a headline, we had to click the link. What we uncovered was, quite frankly, even more perplexing. Read More
In the last few years, bragging about pit bull adoption became a certifiable social media trend. Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest are littered with crappy memes declaring pit bull owners’ superiority over all other humans.
It’s perplexing; people adopt dogs every day and get on with their lives. They’re hardly persecuted minorities. And yet, some pit Read More
You know what Internet Explorer could use now that its boatload of problems has been solved? A mascot! Microsoft has debuted an anime heroine Inorie Aizawa that, if anything, will cause nightmares. Judging by her intro video posted on YouTube, she does a lot of running around fighting chrome-colored robots with blue screens (Hmmmm!). Read More
Organizers behind New York Comic Con discovered yesterday that sending out tweets without users’ permission is a dumb idea. The event caught flack when automatic tweets were dispatched from some attendees’ accounts. Read More
An online training company has figured out a way to make those torturous employee training video sessions even more reminiscent of a scene from Zero Dark Thirty.
Guess it’s time to take the word “the” out back and shoot it. That’s what bored Australian man Paul Mathis is planning to do with the creation of a new symbol (“Ћ”) to replace the clunky, long-winded, difficult-to-type article. Read More
If you think the products on Kickstarter were terrible, just wait until you see how Microsoft completely ruined (disrupted?) the crowdsourcing paradigm.
Introducing Chip In, a program from the computer giant that lets college students amass donations from people that go toward the purchase of a shiny, new PC. Microsoft said it will ~chip in~ 10 percent of the price on “select” (read: Acer) PCs. Read More