Adam Ruins Everything digs a little deeper into the obvious – that free online services sell our data to advertisers. On one hand, targeted ads sustain the free stuff we enjoy (like this website). On the other hand, we don’t know just how much of our data is kept and by whom.
A gospel choir passionately teaches its church members important lessons about the dangers of sharing too much on social media – through song. Next Sunday’s lesson: “Keep yo smartphone horizontal when shooting videos!”
All of the elements are amusing, but we like that clear face panel the most on the Social Shower Curtain; it’s an amusing gift idea for social media hounds or anyone who lives their life online.
There’s a war on the Web, and netizens are divided into three camps – Facebook, Google and Twitter. We think 4chan will disagree, but we’d rather not imagine what their posters would look like.
Google+ may be on the rise, but big ol’ blue still has its charms. By that we mean we’re too lazy to move and restart our virtual life all over again. Show your Facebook loyalty with this icon hanger.
(NSFW: Language) Two guys personify the concept of Facebook. You probably already have a good idea of how people reacted. Unfortunately the lesson seems to be lost on them. Oh well.
(Silent, but some content is NSFW) This amusing (albeit juvenile) Star Trek edit shows us the morbid embarrassment the Enterprise crew experiences after discovering some “Spacebook” trash talk.
The Brocial Network is a mock trailer that parodies The Social Network by exploring the elite world of bros, drinking, and all-out fratastic-ness (also known to some as craptastic-ness). (Thanks Colt!)
Replicate your Facebook behavior in the real world by stamping stuff you enjoy with the “Like” badge. As an added bonus, the set lets you “Dislike” stuff too, which we often wish Facebook would allow too.
After a couple of vague teasers, the studio has finally released a trailer with actual footage from David Fincher’s Facebook epic. It actually looks good now. Nice Radiohead cover, too.
No, that’s not Zuckerberg, it’s a skit making fun of not only Facebook’s CEO, but all Facebook users who complain about the site’s privacy issues, yet willingly post their private stuff online.
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