The shutdown of of the government has brought out the creative side of the internet users. Frustrated by the inability of Congress to get anything done, serves as inspiration for some pretty funny stuff!
(NOTE: This video is graphic. Please note intense nature before viewing) If your child makes a stupid decision and tries a stunt to make her peers happy, does that mean you should get the world to p[ay for the damages?
It was reported last week that there was a mother who was letting the internet vote to decide the name of her child. There was of course a price for the naming rights -$5,000. It has now been disclosed that the company holding the contest was at the center of the hoax.
Is this whole internet thing going to work? Wow, 1995 doesn't seen like that long ago but this video sure looks dated. The fifth grade class of 1995 at Ray Bjork Elementary School in Helena, Montana, predicted the awesomeness of the Internet way before their time. That's right this is pre-…
Technology writer Paul Miller hasn't been on the Internet since May 1st, 2012. He hasn't sent an email, checked Facebook, or even Googled something in nearly three months - and he plans to stay off the grid for an entire year. Could you do it?