NewsFeed was about to offer you High Qua1ityMedications, a discount on Viagra and the opportunity to fund a small African country. But then we noticed that spam levels had fallen, so we thought better of it.
This could be the false alarm of the year–and it’s only January.
And not just because he’s no longer governor. California has just made it harder to pretend to be someone you’re not — at least on the Internet.
David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin’s masterful retelling of what might have gone down in the early days of Facebook is heading back to a theater near you. And the reason why could be as devilish as the machinations that allegedly …
In 2005, mourners at Pope John Paul II’s funeral’s chanted “sainthood now.” It looks like the Vatican heard them.
Sure, you could trust your partner. But then again, why bother, when the Internet can let you know if you’re lover is faithful.
Sometime late this year, our planet will welcome its 7 billionth person. Yes, that’s a lot of people. But, no, it’s not (necessarily) the end of the world.
Thursday’s links include a turtle with wheels for legs. Why wouldn’t you read on?
There comes a point in every person’s life when they decide it’s time to shed the shackles of an awkward moniker.
Did life really just imitate art? Because if you loved Bill Murray singing his heart out in Lost In Translation — and who didn’t? — then imagine hearing the knock on the door at a karaoke room in New York to see the actor ready …
Nothing says romance like discounts. And nothing says marital bliss like a $1 price tag.
Kate Middleton isn’t just a future Princess—she’s a magazine cover girl, too.