Wherever you go in this life, there is some jerk telling you what to do. Almost always. But not always.
Sometimes, people on the internet argue about things. But what unites us all? Laughter.
It is a mistake to read too much into internet comments; then again, it is a mistake to read nothing into internet comments. They offer a view into the psyche of a large subset of the population—a view that cannot be found anywhere else outside of court records.
Tell your mom.
While elitist urban bloggers fret over what the “online gig economy” will do our nation’s future, most American’s don’t even know what the fuck “Uber” means.
51Due英国论文代写网精选Report代写范文:“The Internet and international marketing”，这篇论文主要描述的是因特网就有无数的用户通过分享资料和数据与他们联系等等电脑共同组成的网络，覆盖着世界各地所有使用电脑的地区，可以说因特网是20世纪末至今最伟大的发明之一，从来没有一项技术能够像因特网的发展一样如此迅速的影响着整个世界。易趣网就是从中得益的电子商务先行者之一，经过长期的发展和改变成为了目前最大的网络电子商店。
51Due英国论文代写网精选assignment代写范文:“How to set up the router devices in the network”，这篇论文主要描述的是在网络中如何设置路由器设备，随着互联网技术的不断进步，世界各地的网络形成一个整体，人们已经不在满足于传统的本地网络共享，想要通过互联网访问世界各地的网络资源，路由器则成为实现这一功能的其中一个重要的网络设备，在现如今的企业、校园、智能建筑等网络系统都离不开路由器的使用。
No, not the “Message Requests” folder, which was previously the Most Secret message folder hidden on Facebook—that’s old news. Even if it wasn’t, toggling between two headings under the messages icon is pretty intuitive, no? What we’re talking about is another other folder.
In 2013, the lyric-explanation website Rap Genius rebranded simply as “Genius,” and announced that it would try to annotate not only songs, but poems, essays, and news articles. Three years later, the startup has become a flash point in the panicked and disingenuous hustle to scrub the internet of unkindness, which…
Woe be unto those who conflate the way things are with the way things play out in their social media feeds. Steve Grand, an internet-famous gay musician, now has plenty of evidence of this after an observation of his in an interview with PrideSource caused a furor, by the internet’s standards (but in actuality is just…
The primary driver of racism in America? Black people like Beyonce, who celebrate thugs who want to divide us. White America does not have a racism problem—just ask these incensed internet commenters.
On Friday, xoJane published a most necessary confession. The women’s site that brings you the “It Happened To Me” first-person essay series (“It Happened To Me: There Are No Black People In My Yoga Classes And I’m Suddenly Feeling Uncomfortable With It,” “It Happened To Me: My Gynecologist Found a Ball of Cat Hair in…
If you’ve used the internet over the past year and a half or so—and especially if you’ve visited the front page of Yahoo in that time—you may have seen some strange, seemingly ESPN-branded stories about NFL stars getting caught up in scandals you’ve never heard about anywhere else and promoting the use of sketchy…
Greetings and Salutations, O Tenants of The Hump. May it round out and shore up your week, rather than flatten it by tumbling around you.
Far be it from Gawker.com to claim to be the finest financial blog “in the markets,” but we can tell you this: your special “high flying” “IPO” stocks are getting clobbered!!!
Will Leitch, senior writer at Sports On Earth, culture writer for Bloomberg Politics, contributing editor at New York magazine, film critic for The New Republic and founder of Deadspin, is doing his yearly fill-in for Drew Magary on today’s Thursday Afternoon NFL Dick Joke Jamboroo. (Here is 2011’s version, and here’s…
I had just finished Christmas dinner with my family when I got the call: “A picture of you is on the front page of r/funny,” my friend told me. I’m not a regular Reddit user, but I know about r/funny—it’s a popular subpage, a place with a lot of cat pictures. Funny? Had I been funny? I traced back through the past…
25 years ago this week, the internet’s first webpage went live. Created by Tim Berners-Lee, it was essentially “an explanation of how the hypertext-based project worked.” Engadget has images of what the page, entitled “Welcome to the Universe of Hypertext,” looked like at the time.
In a profile on Net-a-Porter, Tina Fey talks parenting, body hair, reality television and being the “mean girl” back in high school. She’s also clear about her disdain for internet outrage, and says she refuses to spend time explaining her jokes.