Today in oh-wow-we-actually-ran-this cover finds: Newsweek, May 1994. We say no, he’s probably not as cute as his email.
Tumblr CEO David Karp, on what separates Tumblr from other platforms.
Things the Internet Killed, from the folks at Newsweek photo. Pictured: civility. (Photo credit: Corbis.)
Yes we did! Hi everyone.
Hi RS. Feel free to break some shit over here.
What Tanya said.
British journalist David McCandless searched 10,000 Facebook status updates for words like “broken” and “breakup” that suggested romantic relationships had ended. He then plotted the data to reveal when Facebook users were most likely to get dumped over the course of a year.
Xmas is the safest day for relationships, but for some unknown reason, Mondays in April are danger zones.
The recent State Department “travel alert” for Europe proves once again that bin Laden can rely on his enemies to spread his message for him, writes Christopher Dickey .
Mr. Armstrong estimates that about 10 million to 12 million visitors to AOL sites are tied to its dial-up subscription business.
Wow. This is amazing.
Zuckerberg has found all his homes on Craigslist. His first place was a sparse one-bedroom apartment that a friend described as something like a “crack den.” […] “He’s the poorest rich person I’ve ever seen in my life,” Tyler Winklevoss said.
We are totally the richest poor people we’ve ever seen.