Actually, the seven deadly social networks kind of line up eerily well with their sinful counterparts.
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Pope Benedict XVI has announced his retirement from the papacy, marking the first time in nore than 700 years that a Pope has stepped down from Catholicism’s top ranking position. With the Pope out, Tumblr, Twitter and other web properties were quick to jump on the Pope Benedict XVI meme bandwagon. The Meme’s range from…Continue Reading ›
Remember when Facebook debuted “Pirate” as a language option a few years back? Now Twitter has a “LOLcats” language option, which some tech sites see as an obvious move to position the company towards a planned 2014 IPO. Why would you want LOLcats translation? Because it’s fun. And it’s as simple as finding it in…Continue Reading ›
Sometimes Brotips just nails it, and this is one of those times.
Beyonce is a beautiful woman. Of course, every once in a while she gets caught in an unflattering pose. After the Super Bowl this year a series of unflattering Beyonce photos owere published on the internet. And now, as is the natural progression for funny photos, the singer is getting the meme treatment. The photos…Continue Reading ›
The year 2012 came and went (sans apocalypse), but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have some fun with it. As we head into 2013, we’re looking back at the best and worst internet memes of yesteryear, dissecting what made the greats great and the flops forgettable. Memes are intrinsically social. For many of you,…Continue Reading ›
Critics are split on the efficacy and usefulness of the Facebook Social Graph Search platform. However, typing “People who work at The Internet and like Going Outside” proves that the search is accurate and worth a laugh. [Image credit: @MikeStenger]
Social networks have a way of becoming an addiction of their very own. Studies have shown that some Facebook users will spend nearly a full day of each month on the world’s largest network. It is also true that each type of network has its own atmosphere. Now imagine if you could that each social…Continue Reading ›
#Teoing has become the internet’s hottest trend following the strange story of Notre Dame star Manti Te’o’s fake dead girlfriend. Photos have started appearing on Instagram and Twitter in which people pretend to be putting their arms around invisible girlfriends with the hashtag $Teoing. The #Teoing hashtag follows the uber-popular #Tebowing fad in which people…Continue Reading ›