YOLO: In praise of Steve Roggenbuck
Poet and vlogger turned the YOLO lifestyle into his own form of art.
Wikipedia for the Weird: Baby_Got_Back
Sir Mix-a-Lot’s notorious hit is pretty straight forward, but it's still inspired a two-year editing battle on Wikipedia.
Is Lindsay Lohan the celebrity version of @horse_ebooks?
Some recent eccentric tweets by the actress have drawn comparisons to a popular spambot that tweets random book fragments.
Taking the Internet IRL: Inside the Ca$hcat$.biz art show
Daily Dot contributing writer Lindsey Weber shares her inside perspective on a Tumblr-sponsored art show celebrating Ca$hCat$.biz, the Web's premier destination for pictures of cats with money.
Wikipedia for the Weird: List of prizes for evidence of the paranormal
Want to win money for your paranormal discoveries? Wikipedia might be able to help.
Kliprr wants to be “your Pinterest for erotica”
The recently-launched site is just like the pinboards you know and love, but with a whole lot more porn.
Wikipedia for the Weird: List of music considered the worst
Even Wikipedia considers Duran Duran's Thank You to be the worst.
Mitt Romney gets the shrunken head treatment
Little Face Mitt creator talks about his small part in the 2012 presidental election.
The Daily Dot’s fitness challenge: A guide to body-moving memes
Load up some Rick Astley on the boombox and get ready to Sweat To The Memes™.
Wikipedia for the Weird: Pizza delivery
Learn about the innovators of the practice, as well as all the porn with pizza-bearing protagonists.
Lindsey Weber explains #imagine, a teenage take on fanfiction that's sweeping Twitter.
Wikipedia for the Weird: List of organisms named after famous people
Even Simon (Avalanchurus simoni) and Garfunkel (Avalanchurus garfunkeli) have their own fossils.
YOLO: Just Girly Things
In the inaugural edition of YOLO, Lindsey Weber tackles a new teen craze on Tumblr—Just Girly Things.
Italian creative agency proposes Wikipedia redesign
New!'s "The Wikipedia Refined" includes dramatic changes to the crowd-edited encyclopedia's design, but users aren't convinced.
GaymerCon caters to LGBT geek culture
But others perceive the effort as backfiring, segregating gay gamers instead of uniting the gaming community.
Wikipedia for the Weird: Inventors killed by their own inventions
In her new column, Lindsey Weber examines the curious case of James Heselden, Li Si, and Thomas Midley, Jr.