Periscope is a deranged dreamscape full of fridges, and I love it
Periscope is totally deranged and completely addictive. You should visit it immediately.
YOLO: Meet Justin Bieber’s dad
If you love Justin Bieber (and you do), then you’re going to love Justin Bieber’s dad.
YOLO: “What is a Vine?” and other apps that people are talking about
We use them for one thing. Teens use them for another. Here's a breakdown of the latest apps, their rules, and how to use them.
YOLO: Why isn’t Justin Bieber our new president?
Have you heard dubstep? Read the #imagine tag on Twitter? Seen the Tumblr of a person under the age of 15? Each week in YOLO, Millennial Analyst Lindsey Weber* picks a new teen trend she doesn’t quite understand and attempts to unpack it before your very eyes.
YOLO: GIF, and not YOLO?!
Lindsey Weber bemoans the passing over of YOLO for GIF by the Oxford American Dictionary.
Wikipedia for the Weird: List of Solar System bodies formerly regarded as planets
Pluto isn't the only planet to get demoted.
Help Support the “Claire Danes Cry Face Project”
Pinterest user Jessica Hulett is collecting all of the actress' best "Cry Faces" on a new, must-follow pinboard.
Did Chet Haze have a Reddit account, deny it, and then delete (most of) it?
Is Tom Hanks' infamous son a closet redditor?
HeTexted crowdsources the meaning of your text messages
Need help cracking a vague text message? This website is here to help.
Wikipedia for the Weird: Glossary of manias
When will Wikipedia finally acknowledge that Biebermania is real?
YOLO: What is a subtweet?
Ever getting the feeling that someone is talking behind your back on Twitter? That's a subtweet—only not.
A top 20 list of Wikipedia’s bizarre Lists of Lists of Lists
Lindsey Weber attempts what no person has before: a list of lists of lists of lists.
Can Klout scores predict box office success?
The Daily Dot predicts the probable success of three upcoming films based on Klout scores and Twitter followers.
Falling down an Internet k-hole
Warning: Once you stumble upon this Internet k-hole, there's no turning back.
Wikipedia for the Weird: List_of_fictional_ducks
No matter where you go in the world, fictional ducks have surprisingly boring last names. "Duck," for example.