Web Culture - page 5

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


Organise 2015: Learn The Martial Art Of Getting Things Done [Stuff to Watch]

30th December, 2014

The History Of The Pirate Bay: Will It Return?

26th December, 2014

Ind.ie Wants To Kill Facebook And Make The Internet Decentralized

24th December, 2014

Will The Web’s Unreasonable Expectations Ruin Star Wars: The Force Awakens?

23rd December, 2014

Life On The Road: The History Of Digital Nomadism

23rd December, 2014

Books Suck: Why I Love My Kindle More Than Dead Trees

22nd December, 2014

Hackers Vs. Haters: How Twitter Reacted To Sony Pulling The Interview [Weird & Wonderful Web]

21st December, 2014

What Is The Sharing Economy, And What Does It Mean For You?

19th December, 2014

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

Popular Now


At 28, He’s Running A $7 Million Company That Just Recommends New Apps

February 7, 2015

Links to apps sounds simple, but there’s a lot more to Product Hunt – and there is a lot more to founder Ryan Hoover.

See Your Favourite Movies Reimagined As 8-Bit Retro Video Games [Stuff to Watch]

March 3, 2015

See Pulp Fiction, Frozen, The Matrix and even Mean Girls transformed into retro video games.


The Best Internet Love Stories Of All Time

February 11, 2015

Internet love isn’t like in the movies, but it’s all around us. Here are tales of people falling in love on MMOs, malware research sites and more.


Why Piracy Is Funded By Deceptive Ads, Porn And Malware

March 2, 2015

Fake download buttons, pop-under ads, porn, and maybe even some malware. Just why is piracy funded by these kind of ads?

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