Rivers reached the point in her career years ago where she can say anything she wants, and she doesn't care if you like it.
"RACIST??? LOLOLOL!!! I love Japanese culture," Lavigne tweeted when people cried foul over her "Hello Kitty" video.
Twitter feed is a perfect collision of history and Internet culture, writ small: There is arguably nothing more “of the Internet” than cats, and there is surely nothing more dryly historical than yellowed engravings from the “Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection” or somesuch.
The pieces were commissioned for Commodore International, a long-defunct PC company.
"The Life of a Poet" conversation at the Hill Center in Washington offered a moving preview of the upcoming book about Hirsch's late son.
An American University student's "Swipes for Swipes" is a great example of the power, and promise, of the sharing economy.
How will this affect editing the show? "We haven't gotten there yet," host Chris Harrison said on "The View."
Smartphone "addicts" are still a minority. But that may not be the case for long.
There is really no explaining the appeal of the nerdy, minimalist, frustrating Internet game that a 19-year-old coded in March.
My Little Pony sales are off the charts -- and an unusual Internet subculture might be responsible.