Proof that the Amazon algorithms have a dark, twisted, and hilarious mind.
It’s not the Singularity. It’s the Singularity Prime.
My book officially publishes tomorrow, but that doesn’t mean you can’t buy it/download it now! I know that doesn’t make sense but publishing rarely does.
And if you liked it (or if you didn’t), please go give it a review/rating on Amazon. I would be forever in your debt.
Well, right up until I review your thing on Amazon, I guess.
Streeter’s book is awesome and you are too so it only makes sense to buy it. Check out the Amazon reviews and decide for yourself.
IdioTech: No Texting on Your Calculators, Kids [Click for full post]
My nutrition professor wouldn’t let us use graphing calculators on our final because he didn’t want us texting each other the answers.
- Elizabeth S.
A year ago, my dad started texting. Not only are the texts bare minimum, but he’s more recently enjoyed good old-fashioned misleading acronyms. “Sorry about the dog, lol, dad” Lots of love?
- Brent D.
At least once a week, my mother’s best friend calls us and asks how to use “The Amazon.” She’s been doing this for about 8 years. You think she’d learn.
- Jessa M
Idiotech, the column where we shame your parents, teachers, and other old people for being dumb about technology. If you think your parents are even stupider than this, submit your story to our Tumblr inbox.
(Source: College Humor)
11 1-Star Amazon Reviews of Swords [Click for more]
Don’t mess with a customer’s sword.
Ummm… I asked for cole slaw.
Angry Amazon Reviews of Adorable Dog Costumes [Click for more]
This is all 100% real… especially the misery on their faces. Actually, the cowboy looks fun.
Actual Amazon reviews proving that online reviewers don’t mince words even when they’re discussing pugs in Darth Vader costumes. Review the rest of the reviews.
The 5 Best Twitter .TXT Accounts [Click for all]
There’s weird, and there’s Tumblr weird.