Last week, a California woman sued the mega-popular Match.com after a post-date rape. She later discovered the man was a convicted sex offender. Now the site will screen sex predators-and its competitors need to follow. [Gizmodo]
Changing your relationship status on Facebook is one of those Signs of Our Times people love to debate. But the most common status is actually "married," implying that many couples wait for a ring before making it e-fficial.
Well, with caveats: they're good for them if they play with their parents.
Fruit Ninja is not just a video game. It is an educational experience, full of zen wisdom.
You know when you go on Facebook and all your friends are going to a million parties every second with people who are more awesome than you? Scientists say that's an illusion — but it can still make you sad.
This year, for the first time, any woman of childbearing age looking to work for the U.S. Antarctic Program has to take a pregnancy test. Testing positive means you won't get hired or will get sent home. Is that legal?
A survey purportedly shows that women are having sex more quickly because of the influence of Facebook and texting. Even if that's true, it shouldn't necessarily freak us out.
In a strange new form of e-crime, a reader let us know that his OkCupid profile had been stolen — and used to spy on another user.
Meet Ted Williams, a homeless man from Columbus, Ohio who has a God given gift. Unfortunately, he has no way to share it. Anyone looking to hire someone for voiceovers? Look no further.
Last December, Condé Nast sued a fashion blogger for posting unpublished pictures from Vogue, Teen Vogue, and Lucky. The culprit? 22-year-old fashion-obsessed community college student Ross Ulrich, who once said his "heroes" were Bruce Weber, Steven Klein, and Mario Testino.
An extremely addictive new Internet toy allows you to track the frequency of specific words in books going back all the way to 1500. We decided to check out how words like "depression," "ho," and "vagina" fared through the ages.
To some, he's a hero; to Palin, "an anti-American operative with blood on his hands"; to Italian Rolling Stone "rock star of the year"; to The Daily Beast "civilian porn star." Let's all come together — around Julian Assange's hair.
It's not clear if the florid, self-aggrandizing OKCupid profile with Julian Assange's photo is legit. But it does sound an awful lot like the florid, self-aggrandizing entries, including about women and sex, in Assange's diaries around the same time! Updated.
It's a wonder that Hollywood agents let celebrities get popular before they've completely morphed them from a wrinkly larva to a brand new butterfly. What if the larva is exposed prematurely? Exhibit A: The pre-operative Megan Fox.
You probably heard that NASA announced a groundbreaking discovery that expands the definition of life as we know it. Did you know the lead scientist is a woman named Felisa Wolfe-Simon — and she's young? Prepare to feel inadequate.
It's not enough to make the cut to be a Playboy centerfold. Your nipples also have to be the right sort of pointy. Your butt has to have a "better curve." Enter Photoshop. Here, a rare view into the process.
A side-by-side comparison of fast food as it's pictured in advertising versus the food you actually purchase is even more of a fail than you'd think.
Betty Crocker has been around for 83 years. But in corporate America age does not equal wisdom, and so the company's running an awful OMG I HAVE PMS MUST EAT BROWNIES campaign with their compelling new PMS SOS iPhone app.
Modern reproductive medicine has freed women to have lots of hot sex without worrying about babies, but it has obscured their sense of their own fertility. To which some of us would respond: So freaking what? Not Brigitte Coremans.