Punning on people’s Facebook profiles, Jim Jarmo and friends riff on the Sex Pistol’s classic “Anarchy in the UK.”
Lyrics become allusions to people’s names or pages in what is essentially a pun-lovers paradise. If you have a silly sense of humour you will find this hilarious.
Ever wondered why your newsfeed is full of cat videos and babies? Probably because you’ve brought it on yourself.
Short film ‘Why Do I Even Try’ by Shock and Awe explores the consequences of our fickle nature and how we act online.
Sure, it might not be the safest way to update you facebook profile, but it’s by far the most badass way to do it.
The only way he could be any more badass is if he was porking a couple of smoking hotties while curing cancer. Also while doing this. Fingers crossed for that video…
How easy do you think it would be to convince a complete stranger that you know them, just by using readily available information you can find online?
Well, it turn out it’s really quite simple, as this worrying video demonstrates: two actors walk up to people in a bar they’ve never met before and are able to easily convince them they’re old friends. Scary.
Facebook’s newsfeed is getting a radical new makeover with a new standalone app called Paper. Depending on who you are it’s either a fantastically good or depressingly bad idea.
The new app has a Flipboard-esque interface and will dramatically change how users view and interact with status updates, photos and videos from friends, as well as news content pulled from whoever you’re following.
Let’s just hope Michelle Keegan doesn’t ever read the comments on her Facebook page, because she might get a little upset.
It seems it’s riddled with guys who are trying to outdo each other with the most outrageous, scat-based comments possible. What. The. Fuck.
You know that video that went around about the father who called his daughter out on Facebook after she disreespected her parents on the social media platform.
Well, YouTubers had an opinion about it and what a bunch of opinions they are–it seems all the crazies in the world have crawled out of their basement holes to talk shit.
Facebook, a place where wars are fought and dramas unfold, a battleground of the sexes. And why shouldn’t those public spats unleashed onto the virtual front yards of the internet be turned into narrative filmed drama?
Why not, indeed. So here we have a conversation between three 7th graders brought to life in a way that would make Will Shakespeare green with envy.