Comedy Television

What Is JASH? Why Do I Care?

JASH is a video channel that recently went up on the Youtube. But Project Athens, I am so damn busy with all my watching kittens sneeze and pretending to be working at this temp job. We know. We feel your pain. But JASH is awesome. Advertisements


Virb Gives Up On Trying to be Facebook

Virb is dead. Long live Virb! The social networking site that I fell in love with way back when is official closing—kind of. It’s no longer going to be a sexy alternative to MySpace. It’s no longer going to be a decent alternative to Tumblr and Posterous. Instead of being a mish-mash of not-so-complete social […]

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More Internet Privacy Concerns

According to, federal lawmaker’s latest attempt to invade our internet privacy is in the name of curbing child pornography. The “SAFETY Act” would basically require all everyone to keep logs of internet activity for individuals for two years. “While the Internet has generated many positive changes in the way we communicate and do business, […]

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Tinfoil Hat Time

This has not been a good week for internet rights and privacy. First, the infamous but fortunately revoked changes to Facebook’s TOS, then Tumblr deleted five “anonyblogger” accounts that had been used to insult other users, leaving many users concerned about censorship on the platform. The latest cause for concern is a rumor regarding […]

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Alpha Geeks

Scott Merrill has a great new post on CruchGear about early adoption and “Alpha Geeks.” He inspects why and how most people don’t really care about most sites. It’s well worth the read and his in-depth analysis/example of Google’s Grand Central is spot on. Here’s an excerpt: There are a dizzying number of cool new […]

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Google Sea?

Google earth will begin showing parts of the sea-bed and underwater views of the earth. I loved the Oceanic portions of planet earth and I really hope that this lets users explore the depths in a similar fashion in our own free time. Google has already conquered the land with Google Earth, but they’re getting […]