The idea that someone could lie for so long about a terminal illness is despicable, but it shows how vulnerable audiences are to feel-good stories that tell them what they want to hear.
How could you ever explain to someone that the 'Space Jam' website was once state of the art?
1996 was a simpler time: the information superhighway was but a dirt road and politicians were already trying to get your email address.
We interviewed creator and artist Jayson Musson about the show and he answered entirely in images.
Welcome to the fifth world, a subreddit described by its founder as an "ultra-oppressive insanitocracy where the soup of the day is murder."
The smog in Beijing is bad, but the incompetent official attempts to clean it up have been worse.
David Icke, Nick Griffin: complex ideas can't be transmitted in basic image macros.
The identities of some 4,700 account holders will be given up to the film's owners.
Apparently I'm a bit "ferocious," but I give great head.
Could a 30-minute Australian TV program explain youth culture to my mom and dad? Spoiler alert: no.
Bodybuilding forums occupy a weird space between anonymous forums and Facebook, where users build reputations around their usernames and avatars, discussing the most noble pursuit of them all—bodybuilding.
A university study says it doesn't work. We say they're doing it wrong.
Today it was revealed that a number of Wikipedia entries were edited by users inside NYPD headquarters, who had opinions on everything from Derek Jeter to Barry Manilow.
It's become fashionable to blame Facebook for depression, but mental health professionals say that explanation is incomplete.
One person's prank is another person's trauma.
We talked to them about their new philosophy book, The Age of Earthquakes, FKA Twigs, and Generation Z's perception of time.
When I was sentenced to a decade behind bars, I knew that the earliest I would be online again was in 123 months. A lot can change in that time.
Those suffering from delusions can find support groups online, but they can also come across shoddy information and scams that can trigger their conditions.
How did it take so long for this to exist?
In a world where photos of corpses can circulate around the internet and cause distress to grieving families, does it make sense to formally ban anyone taking pictures of dead bodies?
It's because everyone is so damn insecure.
Photographer Ivan Kashinsky swapped National Geographic for Instagram.
They're sick of living with non-white people in the West, so they're trying to colonize Africa. Makes sense.
We talked to the Audio Porn Tumblr about their open submission policy and the benefits of online porn with no visuals.