Meet La Chanson du Dimanche, France’s answer to Flight of the Conchords
The Daily Dot speaks with the Clément Marchand and Alexandre Castagnetti, YouTube's most popular French comedy duo.
YouTube helps spotlight Kickstarter campaigns
A new feature allows users to easily link videos to specific Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns.
The tweet before the storm
A new study suggests that Twitter could have potentially predicted the London riots, based on the sentiment and volume of tweets leading to the incident.
Take the “No Cry” challenge on YouTube
Can you watch all 19 of these sorrowful and heartwarming clips on YouTube without shedding a tear? There's only one way to find out.
A ridiculously photogenic AMA
Zeddie Little owes his newfound fame to Reddit. On Monday, he helped return the favor.
Politician accused of following the wrong kid
If a politician follows the daughter of his opponenent, what does it mean?
Fox News anchor tweets about Obama conspiracies
Heather Childers tied two conspiracies about President Obama in just one tweet.
YouTube right now! Scaling the Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building
Suffer from vertigo? This first-person view of what it's like to climb a Russian skyscraper isn't for you.
“Kony 2012” is back April 3
A follow up to popular documentary and one of the most-viewed YouTube videos of all time, "Kony 2012," will be released tomorrow, but reactions so far have been cynical.
The Supreme Court debate will not be tweeted
The Supreme Court banned live-tweeting from the courtroom.
Facebook can hurt users with low self-esteem, study claims
Users express less patience for bummer messages when they're presented by users with low self-esteem.
Justin Bieber’s Twitter prank leads to potential lawsuit
A Texan couple reportedly received thousands of calls after the pop star tweeted a phone number.
Boy or girl? Nepali legislator wants more gender options for Facebook users
Sunil Babu Pant is appealing to Facebook's cofounders to change how the site works for people who don't identify as male or female.
YouTube videos: now with less badness!
Shaky, dark YouTube videos were awesomely cool and authentic ... in 2006. Now the site is giving people tools to fix their clips.
The top 10 funniest tweets about John Edwards’ latest scandal
"How did John Edwards find the time to campaign," on Twitter user asked after allegations that the disgraced policition hired a prostitute in 2007.