The following Kindle parody kinda sums up my personal feeling about the Kindle DX. In the video, Amazon introduces the "Kindle 9XXXD" and hilarity ensues.
One part social network, one part video archive, and one part office productivity drain, Comedy Central's Jokes.com is designed as a hub for all things stand-up comedy.
Online discovery site, which competes with Digg, Reddit, and Mixx, snags Funny Or Die, Atom, Scientific American, and 5min.com for its partner program.
Already the basis for its social-networking software, Flux, Social Project will become an MTV Networks property but will still be open to outside clients.
Short-form comedy, from sketch to animation to prank videos, is the name of the game at the new Atom.com, touted as "jukebox-style, proudly low-budget, (and) super-late-night."