My first assumption was that COIB Daily Dose was some kind of parody account — a weird-Twitter comedian posing as a bizarro-world city agency. Happily, I was very wrong.
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EXPLAINING THE INTERNET
In the dark corners of the internet, a conspiracy theory has been fermenting — and now, after acolytes of the theory made a big showing at Trump's Tuesday night rally in Tampa, it's breaking into the mainstream.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is a federal agency and the world's most wholesome meme factory.
The race for Virginia's 5th congressional district took an extremely weird turn over the weekend.
Newspaper company Tronc made big cuts at the Daily News on Monday, including the entire social media staff. So someone went rogue.
What happens when alt-right figurehead Mike Cernovich gets a hold of your old "edgy" joke tweets? If you're James Gunn, you get fired. If you're Patton Oswalt... hopefully nothing?
What is the US Consumer Product Safety Commission trying to say? Are they warning us? Only the horses know.
Readers, friends, "Call Me By Your Name" fans, I bring good news for those who enjoy a peach every now and then. This year's peaches are especially good.
Musk's sub made from Falcon spare parts ended up sitting on the sidelines as Thai divers successfully rescued all 12 boys and their coach. But this isn't the first time the founder of Tesla and SpaceX has promised a single solution to complicated problems.
A ClickHole article "written" by Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong back in February 2017 surfaced in the Washington Post's daily Morning Mix column and, uh....
Back in January, a fitness app called Strava attracted some unflattering attention when security experts discovered that they could easily locate secret military bases on a public map of Strava users' workouts. Now, almost the exact same thing has happened again with another fitness-tracker company called Polar.
If there's one thing this simple little square developed by Belgian coder Martin Cuppens proves, is that something as seemingly straightforward as rendering a web page can be deceptively complex.
Wild stories about the odd and ordinary ways people interact can be some of the most fun and rewarding parts of the internet. That is not the case for #PlaneBae.
Travel posters aren't really a thing anymore, but we wouldn't mind seeing them make a comeback.
Gimme a 13-song album entirely made up of songs that heavily sample "Smooth," make it real, or else forget about it.
Have you seen an alien at the Space Needle? A ghost at Pike Place market? "Things That Just Don't Make Sense" in Fremont (who hasn't)? Add it to the map!
Jim Fouts, the mayor of Warren, Michigan, has a problem — well actually, he's had several, but the most recent involves getting stopped on his twice-daily run by a concerned citizen.
YouTuber Shane Dawson, one of the would-be participants in TanaCon, has published a series of videos investigating how Tana Mongeau's festival went so wrong.
This is an outrage.
A hearty congrats to this year's winner: the probably ironically named Zsa Zsa, an English Bulldog from Anoka, Minnesota.
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