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Pitbull Pays for Internet Prankster to Join Him in Kodiak, Alaska
Remember that whole web-generated prank (we mean “campaign”) where writer David Thorpe helped a Walmart nestled in the remote location of Kodiak, Alaska win a visit from Cuban-American dynamo Pitbull by garnering the most “likes” on Facebook? Well, Thorpe was on hand for the event, which took place …
25-Percent Of Women Misdiagnose Themselves Via The Internet
Let's face it, we all hate going to the doctor's office. Whether its because we fear the results of a visit or the amount of time it takes to see a doctor, we just DO NOT like going to the doctor. With that said, more and more people are going to "Dr. Google" to determine whatever type ill…
Facebook Buys Instagram For $1 Billion
In case you didn't know Facebook will take over the world...or at least they are going to buy out other companies.  If your a huge corporation and you have the money, wouldn't you want to buy out your competition to have the benefits(or help them)?
Chris Brown’s ‘Sweet Love’ Lands Online
Chris Brown‘s brand new song ‘Sweet Love’ has landed online, after the singer tweeted that it would be one of two new singles from ‘Fortune,’ which drops May 8. While a machine-like beat rolls through the length of the song, Breezy keeps the sexy met…
Watch ‘The Hunger Games’ Recreated With Beanie Babies
Given the massive success of ‘The Hunger Games‘ film adaptation — it raked in $155 million over the weekend, making it the third biggest opening of all time — internet parodies are already starting to stack up. But perhaps the funniest of all is a recreation of the film starr…
Can You Name All the Internet Fads In This Vitamin Water Ad?
Vitamin Water is certainly embracing the internet in their latest ad. In the spot, a man leaves his apartment to go search for their sweet, vitamin-enriched product. He is barely off his stoop when he’s confronted by a sexy sax man. (Who is unfortunately not playing the solo from ‘Careless Whisper.’…
What Websites Went Dark For the SOPA Blackout? [IMAGES]
On Tuesday, we told you about some of the sites — Wikipedia, Reddit and the Cheezburger network among them — that planned to go dark today in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA), anti-piracy legislation under consideration by the US Congress.
They weren’t the only s…

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