November POV

Think of it like Public Access Cable for Generation Y. This “dirtnet” could be the first step toward a more organic Internet—a more analog version of the Darknet, the part of the web that is not searchable. It’s free from security of any kind and is the ultimate underground filesharing network. Instead of trying to fight the organizations and the law, we would just cut them out all together. … Read More

Awesome Thing of The Week: Savage Edition

MYTHBUSTED. … Read More

MyFace and SpaceBook?

Apparently the ever popular Facebook and the flailing, oh-god-help-me-I’m-not-quite-dead-yet MySpace are doing a joint announcement today (according to an invitation mashable received) With MySpace’s recent rebrand and shift towards the entertainment end of things, one has to wonder if MySpace … Read More

Idiocy as an Ad Strategy: HURRR DURRR.

It’s always been around: buffoonery and shenanigans as an ad campaign. Because let’s face it: Stupidity is hilarious, and stupidity where someone majorly screws up is unparalleled comedy. Recently though, that idea has been taken to a whole other level. … Read More

Secret Cinema Adds a New Level of Entertainment

If I Told You, You would Have To be Destroyed By Me. … Read More

The New Underground

Bands exist that you can’t look for. … Read More

Rachel Ray Creates BACON. Internet: Rachel RAGE.

Ok, “RAGE” might be a strong term. … Read More

For once, the Net actually Encouraged Reading

Machine of Death is an anthology of speculative short stories about people who know how (but not when) they are going to die. The authors got clever and asked everyone who was planning to buy the book to do so on the day it was released, Oct. 26, so they could place high on the Amazon sales charts. … Read More

Alchoholic Milk? The Dude Approves.

So some folks created 40 proof chocolate milk. My first question, of course, is why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? I mean….40 proof chocolate milk of course means 40 proof breakfast cereal. Don’t act like you weren’t thinking it! … Read More

Sears extends the “pop-up” concept

With all the hoopla (yeah that’s right, I said “hoopla.” I got tired of “hype”) surrounding pop up stores and store concepts it’s easy to forget where they came from. Pop up stores have their roots in food trucks; mobile businesses that go directly to their customers and fill a niche in the food world. … Read More