Life can take its toll, that much is certain, but the same technology contributing to the stress of modern day living—namely the web and the smartphone—can also provide some sweet relief when required. In honor of the upcoming weekend we present a few of our favorite apps and sites for chilling out.
If you’re wanting to earn some extra dollars and cents from your adventures in photography then there are many ways to go about it online: A growing number of sites can hawk your pictures around and give you a slice of the cut if your work gets picked up. Here are some of your options and the hoops you have to jump…
If you have a questionable sense of humor with some disposable income to your name, here's something you can do: buy wrong website domains that totally look like the real thing. Like rnicrosoft.com for microsoft.com See what I did there? It's like wearing a fake Rolex but on the Internet.
When Digg founder Kevin Rose tweeted about the existence of "Google Me," Google's supposed "Facebook killer" social-networking site, I'd love to know whether he expected Facebook's former-CTO to jump into the fray and confirm it, saying it's a "real project."
At last! NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has sent photos of the Apollo lunar landing sites, the first images ever since the Apollo missions. I will say it once again, one last time: Moon landing conspiracy theorists, SHUT. THE. FUCK. UP.
Well, all you whiny little Nellies out there who wanted Joel Johnson back can have him—at the Consumerist! Yes, Joel has dried out and is now blogging full time for the Gawker Network's latest creation. The Consumerist talks about the suckiness of commerce and allows us, the little guy, the fight back through…