This Online Rare Cereal Emporium Has All the Weirdest Flakes and Os from Your Childhood
Looking for Banana Creme Frosted Flakes, 'Rugrats' Reptar cereal, or Booty-O’s? Exclusive Cereal has got you covered.
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We Should Replace Facebook With Personal Websites
Personal websites and email can replace most of what people like about Facebook—namely the urge to post about their lives online.
Why Your Ad Blocker Doesn’t Block Those ‘Please Turn Off Your Ad Blocker’ Popups
It is technically pretty simple to disable those pop ups, but many ad blocker plugins choose to let them live.
The National Science Foundation Completely Took Down Its Website During Government Shutdown
“Due to the lapse in government funding, National Science Foundation websites will be unavailable until further notice.”
This Website Charges You $1 to See How Many Other People Paid it a Dollar
"How many people paid a dollar to see how many people paid a dollar?" is genius.
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Mallory Ortberg's Internet
A toast to feminist site The Toast, and to making the internet a better place.
Someone Made a Virtual Fidget Spinner and It's Trippier Than the Real Thing
Definitely a distraction.
Kick Back and Look at 86,400 Chairs on Seatporn
French industrial designer Edouard Chambellan scoured the web for five years to bring you the finest and ugliest chairs on the web.
A Suicide Cult’s Surviving Members Still Maintain Its 90s Website
It's been almost 20 years since the members of Heaven's Gate killed themselves in hopes of entering the Next Level.
The Forums With Only One User
A Buffy fan forum was sieged in 2010 when people realised it had thousands of posts but only one member.
This Tool Turns Your Online Investigations into a Searchable Case File
Hunchly archives online research, even if a site is deleted.
You May Soon Be Able to Restrict How Your ISP Uses Your Personal Data
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants consumers to have more control over the data they share with their ISP.