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What happens when you make someone with 150,000 unread emails clean their inbox?
Watch how quickly the internet turns a little dumb thing into a big dumb thing!
Meet Shaquille Dent and Nikolas A. Draper-Ivey. After photos of their cosplay went viral, they realized exactly how powerful the nerdy parts of the internet can be.
This week on the Internet Explorer podcast, we talk about how ISIS uses social media as a tool for both recruiting and typical millennial fun.
The teen drug panic that was started by a prankster on a messageboard.
Would you rather send a sext to your grandma...or receive one?
If you've been swiping long enough, chances are you've seen some shit.
The feminist site's founder comes on the Internet Explorer podcast to talk about trolls, Denny's, and a new platform that aims to be "a better Reddit".
Hmmm.... it turns out this internet thing is.... good.. and not... bad....
Lucia Cole appeared to be a promising new singer, until two Ariana Grande fans discovered that her whole persona was fake, including the album she had on iTunes.
"Every weekend they have a new Facebook album with photos of what they did. Every. Damn. Weekend."
Would a 17-year-old think you're lame???
BuzzFeed's Internet Explorer podcast talks to Katie J. M. Baker about the Facebook group that is trying to solve the grisly murder of a 19 year old girl.
WARNING: The post is NSFW because people are disgusting and terrible.
Apparently, comment sections in Russia are serious business.
Are websites going to be a thing of a past? And is that even a bad thing?
And more importantly, are they dangerous or just weird?
This week, we look at a man whose body the internet coveted, and the bronies who wanted the My Little Ponies to be real so badly they wished their into a physical body.
A famous pick up artist loses his fans because of Dr. Oz, and a bodybuilding message board troll owns all of us.