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To get the most out of the web, you need to understand the culture it’s creating. We’ll explain everything.



YouTube Haikus: Short, Sweet And Absolutely Hysterical

19th December, 2014

Wikipedia Has Millions In The Bank – Why Beg For More?

18th December, 2014

Australia’s Twitter Win Against Islamophobia: How To Use #illridewithyou

15th December, 2014

SciShow Demystifies Scientific News & Answers Some Burning Questions [Stuff to Watch]

9th December, 2014

Test Your IQ With The Pew Internet Quiz [Weird & Wonderful Web]

30th November, 2014

What Is The Last Thing You Googled? [We Ask You]

27th November, 2014

Help The Internet Remix Barbie: I Can Be A Computer Engineer [Weird & Wonderful Web]

23rd November, 2014

Hooked On Music: 20 Of The Catchiest Songs Ever On YouTube [Weird & Wonderful Web]

16th November, 2014

The Force Awakens: 25 Alternative Names For Star Wars VII [Weird & Wonderful Web]

9th November, 2014

42 Of The Best Geek Movies Of All Time… How Many Have You Seen?

5th November, 2014

The Funniest Cat Tumblrs For Feline Fanatics [Weird & Wonderful Web]

2nd November, 2014

What Is Your Favorite Geek Movie? [We Ask You]

30th October, 2014

A Handful Of Excellent Easter Eggs [We Ask You Results]

29th October, 2014

Waste Away Your Life Playing All The Games On Pong.com [Weird & Wonderful Web]

26th October, 2014

What’s The Best Easter Egg You Have Ever Seen? [We Ask You]

23rd October, 2014

Popular Now


TV Channels Are Dead: Why Sling Isn’t The Future Of Sports TV

January 12, 2015

Kids don’t watch channels; they watch shows. Worse, TV channels have been an obstacle for comprehensive coverage of live sports events. Sling doesn’t solve that.


Dissecting the 25 Worst Passwords in the World [Weird & Wonderful Web]

January 25, 2015

There are many simple ways to create easy to remember, but difficult to break passwords. But not everyone gets it. As this list of the weakest passwords prove, it is a large tribe.


Apple Didn’t Start In A Garage – What About Google, HP and Amazon?

January 9, 2015

It’s a classic story: the plucky start-up in a California garage. We look at whether it’s fact, or fiction.


Are Blackberry and Windows Phone Users Discriminated Against? (No.)

January 27, 2015

Blackberry CEO John Chen says “providers must be prohibited from discriminating based on the customer’s mobile operating system.” That’s nonsense.

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