No, Tim Duncan does not want to sex the Spurs fan on the left. It just looks that way, because this is the most mind-bending photobomb we've ever seen. It belongs in the Internet Hall of Fame. Read more...
From the Internet that brought you "bulging dicks" comes the latest Hall of Fame sports reporting fail. Here we have Comcast SportsNet correspondent Susannah Collins delivering a pre-game report before the Chicago Blackhawks' Stanley...Show More Summary
Hey folks, Harry here... far from the hallowed halls of Wondercon, but thinks to the internet, we're all kind of at Wondercon. Moriarty, in his secret identity as Drew McWeeny of Hitfix fame, was moderating the PACIFIC RIM panel - and...Show More Summary
Five weeks before the Internet went mad over the presence of “pink slime” in ground beef across the U.S., the product’s creator was being inducted into the Nebraska Business Hall of Fame. It was Feb. 2, 2012, and Eldon Roth – a man without...Show More Summary
When you connect a bunch of university students together on the internet, any meeting eventually devolves into a crying mess of memes, internet hall of fame pictures and trolling. So when students in Stanford’s computer science program realised that emailing one address would contact EVERY student, well, you bet it got real fun real fast. More »
When you connect a bunch of young college kids together on the Internet, any meeting eventually devolves into a crying mess of memes, Internet hall of fame pictures and a whole lot of trolling. So when students in Stanford's computer...Show More Summary
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Sammy Sosa, Denied Access to Baseball Hall of Fame, Now Butt of Internet Joke (SocialTimes) Sammy Sosa, like all of the other players nominated this year to be included in the Baseball Hall of Fame, was voted down due to his likely use of steroids. Show More Summary
The Internet Society seeks nominees from any country who have played a significant role in the development of the Internet for inclusion in the Internet Hall of Fame. Written by Solana Larsen · comments (0) Share: Donate · facebook · twitter · reddit · StumbleUpon · delicious · Instapaper
Last night, Sammy Sosa, like all of the other players nominated this year to be included in the baseball hall of fame, was voted down due to his likely use of steroids. In the wake of the news, the sports world has discovered, with morbid...Show More Summary
It appears that there are still some writers out there who moved from print to an online presence while never having learned to properly "internet." Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com is one of them. Writing up his baseball Hall of Fame ballot,...Show More Summary
NBC Sports CBS Sports writer Jon Heyman made a mistake when arguing Jack Morris belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame, incorrectly saying Morris played alongside Bert Blyleven. Heyman didn’t acknowledge he’d corrected the piece later, Craig Calcaterra … Read more
I sat down to write an article about how the "small Hall of Fame" idea was dead. That used to be a yearly argument on the Internet: Are you for a small, exclusive Hall of Fame? Or a big, inclusive Hall? Man, how we used to spend a lot of time on that idea. The Small Hall-ers had a good dream, alright. Show More Summary
Most of the time, I'm just writing about baseball, which is inherently unimportant. It's just a game, people. But occasionally, I'll stumble upon a big, breaking story that will make you rethink how you view the Internet. This is one...Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs introduced the original iPhone on the Macworld stage in 2007, he teased it as a revolutionary phone, a widescreen iPod, and a breakthrough internet communicator. Back then, many people were excited about the idea of an Apple phone. Show More Summary
In Stop The Presses! we share some of the more ridiculous press releases we receive at The A.V. Club. There are a lot of dubious hall of fames, but the Headwear Hall Of Fame is probably the wackest one we’ve heard of. The 104-year-old...Show More Summary
There's a certain breed of Internet baseball fan. I like to call them the "enlightened, intelligent, educated, Internet observer", but that's just because I like the acronym. You know the type. They can make passionate arguments for Mike Trout winning the MVP over Miguel Cabrera, and they supported Justin Verlander winning the Cy Young. Show More Summary
In this week’s edition of Healthcare Social Media in Review we look at patient engagement, an interview with #HCSM moderator and founder Dana Lewis, and a heartfelt poem to recent Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame inductee Ed Bennett...
Matt Simon profiles Brewster Kahle, a man recently inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame for his efforts to save our cultural inheritance: Here’s the problem with libraries. They catch on fire really easily. As such, they were the prized...
Craig Newmark calls his recent induction into the Internet Hall of Fame for building Craigslist a "clerical error." If it were (and it most definitely is not), there would be a certain symmetry to it. Errors, or happy accidents, have a way of finding the eccentric technologist. Newmark's eponymous internet site is the chief example.
Before Nancy Hafkin came along, Internet in Africa hardly existed. The Internet Hall of Fame inductee helped build the Internet infrastructure across Africa, and just as critical helped change beliefs about who should have access to information and the Internet.