Facebook has just launched a new service called Instant Articles, which allows media organizations to create interactive pieces which are hosted on Facebook’s servers and embedded in your news feed.
Completely deleting something from the internet is like corralling drunk, feral geese after setting them loose: Damn near impossible. But there are ways to conceal the web content you don’t want anyone to lay eyes on. You can hide all sorts of webpages with what’s essentially a “Keep Out” sign for search engines: a…
Have you every wondered what the world would look like if you could observe mundane tasks like smoking, frying an egg, kissing, showering, and eating in infrared Predator vision? This video uses a thermographic camera to show the heat emitted during various activities.
Our Facebook News Feeds already runneth over with links promising to surprise and/or reaffirm your faith in any number of entities. But recently, you may have noticed that these Upworthy-esque links have gotten even more mindless. More hollow. More all-around absurd. And no, we're not talking about The Onion's…
If the apocalypse started tomorrow, how would the New York Times, Fox News, NPR, and TMZ report the events? Buzzfeed imagines the news and social media reactions from across the World Wide Web.
There is some fantastic art on YouTube. There are also some hideous comments on YouTube. Probably more of the latter than the former. But hey, at least there aren't YouTube comments on all art.
BuzzFeed, CNN and YouTube are apparently joining forces to create an online video channel, that will combine CNN's content with BuzzFeed's social media skill.
Sometimes sentiments are best expressed musically. Understanding that, BuzzFeed has added an Rdio button that lets you react to any post with a song. How cool is that?