Is Christopher Poole, the creator of 4Chan who’s also known as “moot,” going to work for Google? If we’re to believe the latest blog post (and tweet) from the notorious community leader, that’s exactly what’s happening.
If you tried to visit Craigslist late Sunday night, you probably had a very weird experience. Instead of arriving at that sultry sea of classifieds, you were probably sent to DigitalGangster.com. Then, you were likely redirected to YouTube, where a very strange animated rap video filled your ears with lyrics about…
Nobody was injured in this weird weird WEIRD helicopter accident, so you can laugh away from minute one. I feel sorry for the people getting shaken so badly, but it is hilarious.
The #AntiSec lulzcapades are in full effect right now, and it seems like anyone is a candidate to be hacked, infiltrated, or compromised in some way. So what about you? We figured we'd offer up a few tools to fend off hackers, trackers, and invaders from all angles.
When the bunch of stodgy old Brits over at the Financial Times attempt to describe the world of internet slang to its readers, verbal trainwrecks, like this paragraph, happen.
What would happen if a fly landed on your touchscreen computer? It's a question we never thought to ask but thanks to YouTube, we now know the answer. [YouTube]
The execs at Sony HQ can wipe the sweat off the brow for the next 30 minutes, because the hacker crew of the SS Lulz is claiming responsibility for AlJahad.com's (temporary) demise. The Islamist extremism site is sunk.
Sony getting its ass handed to it by hackers is becoming about as newsworthy as a netbook release, but this one is particularly brutal: Lulz Security just released a file containing over a million user logins. Home addresses included.
The rabble rousers at 4chan are creating fake OkCupid profiles in an attempt to create an involuntary flashmob in New York City. It's sad for the potential victims but I gotta admit, sorta funny!