The coolest place on the internet, according to this tagline.

June 18, 2014
We live in an era of opinions. In the Internet economy — in which I am a loyal and grateful participant! — loud voices are more than just currency, they’re coal. The Outrage Industrial Complex burns all day and all night with Twitter as its blistering engine room. A constant stream of fuel is necessary to keep the entire enterprise afloat, and so any event, be it the collapse of a government or the cancellation of a sitcom, is greeted with a near instantaneous torrent of reaction.

The Internet Has a ‘Louie’ Problem

About “Louie,” but strangely, broadly relevant.

19:34 // 4 months ago
May 23, 2014
As the left has taken control of the mainstream media, I feel it is interesting that one individual can express themselves on the internet.
Florida orthodontist Dr. Larry Kawa • Discussing his reasoning for buying a number of “.democrat" domain names on the day the new top-level domain opened up this week. Among his purchases?,, and To answer your question, he’s not a Democrat.
12:20 // 5 months ago
April 28, 2014
8:52 // 5 months ago
March 14, 2014
U.S. officials announced plans Friday to relinquish federal government control over the administration of the Internet, a move likely to please international critics but alarm many business leaders and others who rely on smooth functioning of the Web.

Y’all. This is big. (via washingtonpost)

Ah, the Friday news dump by our government.

(via beerburritowhiskey)

You won’t let us spy on you? Fine. We don’t want your stinkin’ internet anymore.

(via beerburritowhiskey)

17:45 // 7 months ago
March 4, 2014

Study: 11% of Americans Think HTML Is an STD
Hmmm … 11% seems low.

There’s always a danger of being infected with HTML on the internet.


Study: 11% of Americans Think HTML Is an STD

Hmmm … 11% seems low.

There’s always a danger of being infected with HTML on the internet.

(Source: caraobrien)

21:08 // 7 months ago
February 23, 2014
15:40 // 7 months ago
February 19, 2014

Google unveils new plan to drastically expand Fiber coverage

  • 33 cities will be getting Google Fiber, beginning as early as next year, if Google is able to move forward with a newly unveiled plan to drastically expand its fiber optic internet service. The list includes major cities like Charlotte, Phoenix and Portland, along with notable tech hubs like Mountain View and Palo Alto in Silicon Valley, and more rural towns in Georgia, North Carolina and Oregon. source
17:48 // 8 months ago
December 5, 2013
No one can keep track of how many people use Internet, how many machines it can reach or even how many sub- and sub-sub-networks form a part of it. The “backbone” of the network—major electronic corridors established by the Department of Defense, the National Science Foundation and others—is obvious enough, but like the interstate highway system, it leads to successively smaller local byways and obscure private roads.
How The Washington Post wrote about the internet in 1988.
8:49 // 10 months ago
December 2, 2013
The thing is, I somehow still want Yahoo not to suck.
Yahoo Users Anonymous. (via nedhepburn)

(via nedhepburn)

10:35 // 10 months ago
November 25, 2013
14:07 // 10 months ago