In 2021, it seems odd to think that there are people who never use the internet in the United States. It seems as though everyone is online all of the time or at least that everyone has access to the internet, but that simply isn't the case...
I think everyone knows about Tinder, the very popular dating app where you swipe left or right depending on whether you have any interest in the person.
But what about those times when you just want to make strictly platonic friends? Well in Lubbock that can be difficult...
Stupid new Internet trend alert! The new photo trend is called "BREADING." That's where you take a piece of bread, cut a hole in it, put it around your cat's head, then take a photo. Yep, that's the trend. I guess it's not any dumber than planking, right?
A new dad completely confounds his adorable newborn by making motorboat sounds with his mouth. Enjoy it while you can, dad, because something tells us your baby girl won’t always be this easy to impress.
Why did the average American go online? For no particular reason (Ba-dum-bum).
Although this may not become the newest joke anytime soon, it’s actually a true statement. According to a new report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, 53 percent of 18- to 29-year-old Americans go online just for fun or to waste time. With 2,260 participating adults, it turns out that
When something is so entrenched in our daily lives, it’s often hard to remember a time when it wasn’t ubiquitous. Such was the internet in 1995.
In this archival clip from MTV — which celebrates its 30th birthday on August 1st — Kurt Loder gives us a primer on what exactly the internet is and how it’s being used, with stars like Sandra Bullock, Dave Matthews and Coolio weighing in.
Last Friday, Reddit user JackMomma shared a video of a twentysomething man dancing at a bus stop. According to his post, his wife shot the video and uploaded it to YouTube after she noticed the man would dance the same dance at the same bus stop every single day.