A couple days ago Mark Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook was finally building a ‘Dislike’ button allowing the social network’s members to express their non-approval of other’s posts. But as Conan O’Brien revealed on his show last night, there are far more useful buttons that Facebook needs to add first.
Things don't always run smoothly on the show for Conan, but it turns out he has a little electronic engineering up his sleeve.
Did you preorder an iPhone 5? Waiting can be agonizing. You just want that pretty, shiny LTE smartphone in your hands NOW. To help you out in the patience department, Conan O'Brien has put together a tongue-in-cheek primer on how to pass the time. And the solutions sound strangely similar to symptoms of deep…
Primus debuted their newest music video Monday on Team Coco's YouTube page and...wait, why are you still reading this? Did you not hear me? This is PRIMUS, one of the most innovative musical acts of the last 50 years—just watch it already!
That MacBook Air was pretty fancy. And the iPad? No slouch either. But Apple's not the type of company to just sit on its heels, no matter how much money they're stuffing in their coffers. And as Conan O'Brien shows us in this parody ad, Cupertino's already introducing the next big thing... even if they're not exactly…
Good news for fans of Conan O'Brien's new show: TBS will be making full episodes of Conan available online the day after they air.
We would normally roll our eyes at the thought of someone willing to broadcast themselves online for a day straight—unless that someone is Conan O'Brien. Starting at 1 pm EST, the CoCo Cam will go live on YouTube.
This video contains high-grade explosives, illegal fireworks, gallons of gasoline, pounds of unpopped popcorn, a chamber orchestra, and a knocked out stunt double. I'd say Conan O'Brien has successfully proven he's a complete badass while promoting his new show.
You could argue that the Old Spice Guy's adventure in instant response was lightning in a bottle, that you'd be crazy to try to replicate it. But I've got faith that if anyone's up to the challenge, it's Conan O'Brien.
If you thought seeing Conan with a beard was weird, wait until you see Conan with a beard razzing Google VP Vic Gundotra. Really weird. Also really funny. The full, 48-minute clip includes bonus Andy Richter action—watch it!
NBC's late night slaughter/shuffle may have been a publicity black eye for the broadcaster, public douche outing for Jay Leno and humiliating public execution for Conan O'Brien, but that doesn't mean it's not an opportunity for you, wannabe broadcaster.