YouTuber Adam Buxton tackles the eternal question in “The Moby Song.”
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Wired’s Quinn Norton gives one of the clearest explanations yet on how Anonymous transitioned from causing chaos “for the lulz” to engaging in political and social activism.
In the midst of a U.S. heatwave, the Weather Channel buys up Weather Underground, a favorite online destination of hardcore weather fans.
Google’s latest round of “spring cleaning” puts the final nail in the coffin of Google Video, moving all video content to YouTube.
The Internet—with a little prodding from the goons at venerable humor site Something Awful—has conspired to send rapper Pitbull to a Wal-Mart in Alaska.
Twitter engineer Ian Chan took 14th place at the World Series of Poker today, and live-tweeted the entire event (including a couple of bluffs).
- Rumors that former presidential candidate Rick Santorum thought gay dating app Grindr was actually an app for locating coffee shops turn out to be bogus.
Above: Adam Buxton’s “Moby Song” is almost certainly the best video about identifying bald celebrities you’ll see all day.
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