FiveThirtyEight put together a neato chart of the 100 most edited Wikipedia articles—the segments of human life that, for some reason or other, have inspired the most meticulous care, the most nitpicking, the most sabotage. It's really interesting to see what stuff you guys choose to obsessively argue about.
A South Korean woman named Park Seo-yeon makes serious BANK and all she does is cook food and let strangers on the Internet watch her eat food.
It's not going to come as any great, paradigm-shifting shock that there exists on the Internet a balmy little swamp blog that unapologetic misogynists can crawl into for a nice muck bath while they compose their latest "How to be the quintessential Cassanova" manifesto, or reveal the mysterious, alchemical formula for…
Meet the Facebook Community Council, "a secret shadow organization of vigilantes who destroy the content of ne'er-do-wells and miscreants."
With Facebook, one woman finds, high school never ends. And, oh yeah, she was the one whose life was a living hell: