Aug 152014
 
Celebrities React To Viral Videos

The Fine Brothers have produced countless ‘react’ videos featuring kids, teens, and elders. Now that they are so popular, they have been able to recruit actual celebrities to take part in a react video. Pete Holmes, Tony Hawk, Nick Cannon, and many more famous faces all star in this new clip reacting to popular online viral videos

 


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Aug 152014
 
When You Find Out His Netflix Is Messed Up

First it was your MySpace. Then Facebook. Then Tumblr. But these days, if you really want to know what kind of person someone is, you simply check their Netflix account. What kind of shows do they watch? What’s they favorite category? 

College Humor pokes fun at the moment when you discover your date’s Netflix account is really dark and messed up. 

 


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Aug 082014
 
Apparently Kid Songify Auto Tune Remix

Apparently Kid‘ is the Web’s latest favorite character. So it’s no surprise Web users swarmed auto tune masters The Gregory Brothers with requests to perform their magic on the cute clip. Thankfully, they were happy to oblige. Apparently, this is the best song ever. 

 


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Aug 052014
 
Major Websites Don’t Know Your Password

It may come as a surprise, but YouTube doesn’t know your password. Facebook, Google, Twitter, none of them do. No decent website knows your password. It’s safer, that way a rouge employee or hacker can’t access your passcode. So how do the world’s most famous websites know when you sign in correctly? Super nerd Tom Scott explains in this new video

 


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Aug 042014
 
John Oliver On Native Advertising

There’s a dangerous trend on the Internet. More and more news agencies are blending commercials into their content. Buzzfeed started the trend by promoting ‘sponsored’ nonsense lists, but now serious news outlets are following. John Oliver covers this new phenomenon on his HBO late night show. 

 


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