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Social Media is the New News

Social media is the way people are receiving and reacting to their news. The media isn’t a “them” anymore, we are the media.

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Jumping on the Stream Train

More than 200,000 people canceled their satellite or cable subscriptions in the second quarter of 2010. Enter streaming websites.

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Best Viral Videos of Q1 2011

Let’s hash through the millions of videos on the Internet to find the best (and worst) of them all.

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The Notification Obsession

As a culture, we feel a constant need for approval, from our appearance, to our philosophies, to our breakfast. We’re addicted to social media notifications. If you agree, “Like” this.

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A Leaky Series of Tubes

In the absence of responsible reporting from the mainstream media, the Internet has sprouted a number of varied leaking sites and the traditional news organizations are getting left behind.

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A Vast, Virtual, Time-Wasting Space

For those who use the Internet for what it’s best at: procrastination. A long, but still not exhaustive, list of humor sites, niche blogs and user-submission sites that will help you cure even the most intense bouts of boredom.

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The Top 7 Webcomics

Without webcomics, life on the Internet wouldn’t be as fun. They’re a hilarious ray of sunshine that can brighten up anyone’s day.

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Too hard to date IRL? Try Online

Embrace it, people! We are the Internet generation; we do everything online, from online shopping to social networking. Apparently, the majority of us are single, so why not date online, too?

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Top 5 Annoying Facebook Albums

The ‘Book is a beautiful tool for connecting friends and frenemies alike. But, it doubles as an enabler of constant over-sharing.