DJ duo Mashd N Kutcher (get it?) are known pranksters, so it’s no surprise that they always have fun playing around with their fans. Here’s a good one in which they set the crowd up with the perfect beat drop—only to cut right into Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles” instead.
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.
Did you know that you can hack toasters to play Doom? Well, with this four-minute clip of hacker fiction you can!
Guy Fieri, the food personality who spikes his hair with french fry oil, has a new-ish restaurant, Guy's American Kitchen and Bar in Times Square, that was brutally eviscerated by food reviewers. That's probably not good when you're trying to launch a restaurant. What's also not good is forgetting to lock down the…
Trolls are something we all have to put up with online. But a new BBC documentary tried to track them down, and this video shows just how vile they can be in real life, too.
This is what Nikon said in its Facebook page 15 hours ago: "A photographer is only as good as the equipment he uses, and a good lens is essential to taking good pictures!" Apparently, photographers with no Nikon equipment are shit:
When I first saw this screenshot, I chuckled and assumed that someone probably faked it for the sake of a good joke. But then I thought about it and realized that I could be wrong.
This office prank—probably created by Satan himself—is so evil that it would make me punch the screen. Heck, even the Dalai Lama would get a hammer and destroy his computer, foaming at the mouth. Watch how to do it.
I know were getting nasty about Vista—actually, it's just me, but I speak for the trees, etc.—but this very long article puts that haterage and disappointment into quite a few words.