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Online Store Imposes Special Tax on IE7 Users

June 15, 2012

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You read that right. Australia-based online electronics retailer Kogan has imposed a special tax on IE7 users, due to them having to spend extra resources making their website compatible for the web browser. Fortunately, downloading Firefox and / or Chrome is easier than ever. Continue reading to see what Ruslan Kogan, founder of the retailer, [...]

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Funny Google Autocomplete Suggestions

November 23, 2011

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Sure, they’re just suggestions, but sometimes, these alone are more interesting than what you were searching for in the first place. For example,”help i’m a prisoner in a toothpaste factory”, just sounds so much stranger than anything you could possibly imagine. Continue reading to see more. [Source]

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Easy Way to Annoy Facebook Employees

September 30, 2011

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If you’re a Facebook user in Europe, with absolutely nothing to do. This step-by-step tutorial will show anyone how to easily annoy Facebook employees, though we don’t recommend going too crazy with it. Continue reading for the full instructions. [Source]

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Real-Life Facebook “Like” Button

September 1, 2011

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Showing the world that you like something in real-life just got a lot easier, thanks to this real-life Facebook “Like” button. That’s right, “the box not only looks exactly like the Facebook Like button you see all over the internet, it actually uses the open source Arduino software platform to record how many people press [...]

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World’s Longest YouTube Video

July 29, 2011

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Sure, the clip may not contain any real content, but it does take the crown for world’s longest YouTube video. Jonathan Harchick’s creation is “571 minutes long and takes over 23 days to watch.” Video after the break. It’s nothing more than series of photos Harchick took while visiting Chile. He compiled them into a [...]

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