On March 4th, we lost the frontman of The Prodigy and the hottest man in 90210. With celebrity death comes our social media farewells. Disappointingly, we’re discussing the wrong issue.
Even the founder of Mother’s Day decided the day had become too commercialized. Should we too be thinking about the real meaning of the day?
According to the musings of one psychologist, we miss our own typos because we’re smart. I’ll take that.
Anna Sorokin lied to New York’s high society, defrauding them out of $200,000. Yes, she’s in jail, but maybe it was worth it?
One Redditor has decided to data mine the great cavernous expanses of long-abandoned Minecraft servers. What he found is rather curious indeed.
Today we celebrate all things Star Wars, but 2019 finds our community at war with each other. In defending tradition, I believe we’re ruining the marvelous thing we’ve built.
While we don’t tend to notice the wedding photographer, they notice plenty. In fact, one thread on Reddit illustrates the many red flags they’ve noticed while documenting the big days of strangers.
Ellen asking us to boycott hotels we cannot possibly afford is internet slacktivism in its purest form. We’re able to make a stand without doing anything. Vive la révolution!
So, you send them a text. So, they don’t text back. I always wondered why, until I figured it all out.