Visiting the ruins of Mayan apocalypse fansites
Planet Earth and human civilization aren't the only things that stubbornly refused to end last month. So did lots of apocalypse websites and forums.
Polish TV shows funny Photoshopped image of Bin Laden raid
The image shows President Obama playing Call of Duty on Playstation.
These insane Craigslist rants are like a long-form @Horse_ebooks
The Craigslist Rants & Raves section usually contains exactly what its name promises. But sometimes a post crosses the line between insanity and genius.
NYC chef’s Craigslist confession: “I farted on my employees”
"I farted on every single one of my employees. All 37 of them. (West Village)" is bizarre even for Craigslist standards.
Virginia Supreme Court overturns order to delete negative Yelp reviews
A woman's negative Yelp reviews of a contracting business can stay online unless the contractor is able to prove libel, the Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled.
While you were celebrating Christmas, the Internet turned 22
Now the Internet is 22 years and one day old, which everyone knows is the age of maximum hotness.
Comfort Dogs do their part in wake of Newtown tragedy
The trained Comfort Dogs of K-9 Parish go where they're needed, and they post updates about their travels on Facebook.
A YouTube guide to North Korea
A look inside the secretive nation of North Korea—from inside the country and from the perspective of the West.
Business Insider reports ads are coming to Instagram
Some argue Facebook's takeover of the brand is ruining it.
Fantasy authors re-create sexy cover photo poses for charity
They're raising money for the Aicardi Syndrome Foundation, and more than a dozen poses are on their way.
Brazen car thieves taunt New Zealand police on Facebook
Wellington, New Zealand car racing—and car theft—enthusiasts who go by "Makeuwalk" and "Jackeduaride" thumb their noses at the cops on Facebook.
Study: Friending your family on Facebook not as bad as it seems
Despite the horror stories you've heard, a new study from Facebook's data scientists found that parents and kids usually get closer when they interact on the site.
Celebrate Repeal Day with Internet drinking games
Prohibition ended in the U.S. on this day in 1933. Please celebrate responsibly.
Edmonton police ask Twitter users not to point out speed traps
Although they're not taking action against individual Twitter users, police in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada have asked people to stop tweeting the locations of their speeding checkpoints.
Christmas shopping online? Beware of these retailers
Every year, a few major companies manage to take more orders than they can fill—and wait until the last minute to let shoppers know.
Free condoms: The way to keep Twitter from mocking your campaign
The Durex World AIDS Day campaign is a corporate-sponsored Twitter promotion that didn’t backfire horribly against the company.