Saturday, June 15, 2019

Tag: internet

The “View Image” button on Google image searches is going away

It looks like Google's beloved "View Image" button—the one that comes in so handy during image searches—is going away forever, due in part to...

My Chemical Romance parody wants to make you care about net neutrality—watch

Before your open internet access is limited by seemingly backwards government deals, and your internet service provider makes you pay extra to go on,...

Study shows internet trolls are likely to be psychopaths, sadists

A recent scientific study has found that internet trolls are likely to be psychopaths and sadists. The new findings attempt to unpack the psychological...

Op-Ed: DIY bands and fans alike should care about net neutrality

Most bands come from nothing. “Making it” is a prize won by a select few of the thousands that try their hand at it....

Congress appears to be editing random Wikipedia pages, and it’s hilarious

Who knew members of Congress were such big fans of All-American Rejects, Smash Mouth and Chuck E. Cheese? We didn’t until the Twitter account...

Memes are more popular than Jesus, according to Google

Are memes the 21st century’s digital versions of Holy Scripture? Probably not, but they do help relieve us from our troubles on a frequent...

Facebook trolls are making ridiculous surprise concert events; here are 9 of the best

A new underground internet meme is going after concertgoers on Facebook. Lately, events have been popping up advertising surprise concerts at everyday locations like Taco...

Did the Internet just uncover the identity of Slipknot’s new bassist?

Earlier this morning, Slipknot debuted a music video for their single, "The Devil In I." As blatantly seen in the video, the band's yet-to-be-announced bassist and...