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BustedTees offers sales commission through Facebook app

The snarky t-shirt retail site, owned by CollegeHumor's parent company, has created a Facebook application so that users can earn a cut of the revenue when people buy merchandise through their profiles.

By October 23, 2007


Report: IAC may sell smaller businesses

According to PaidContent, some of the Barry Diller-led conglomerate's "programming" sites may be sold off, as it tries to weather the recession.

By December 4, 2008


Zuckerberg hoodie makes mountains of molehills

An unlikely sensation: The interior design on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's hooded sweatshirt has generated a mini press sensation. It's the tech industry equivalent of a trashy summer news story.

By June 6, 2010


In online ad space, blank-faced hipsters in panties prove powerful

American Apparel, a trendy youth-focused retailer based in Los Angeles, has been named the top online apparel retailer by ComScore. Big surprise: a quarter of its ads go on MySpace.

By August 4, 2008


Hey Facebook: No beer pong for you

Now-corporate social network reportedly pulls plug on a New York office beer pong tournament against InterActiveCorp's CollegeHumor for "legal and PR" reasons.

By May 15, 2008


PleaseDressMe is Google for T-shirts

Search for T-shirts the easy way with PleaseDressMe, a search engine for colored cotton.

By September 3, 2008


Web Shirts: 20 rad T-shirt sites

Looking for cool T-shirts this summer? Check out some of these shirt sites.

By August 10, 2007


You, there. Step back from the Webcam

The Naked Generation has lived large on the YouTube-fueled potential for self-propelled viral fame. Now comes the horror of self-parody.

By January 21, 2008


Five-second 'Dramatic Chipmunk' video takes the Web by storm

The Web has allowed short, funny video clips to proliferate, but the novelty of this one is that it's only 5 seconds long--and hilarious.

By June 22, 2007


Live from New York, it's Founders Club--with M.C. Hammer

They wouldn't let us take photos, but it was still worth it to party with rappers-turned-entrepreneurs and legendary Google investors on the set of 'Saturday Night Live.'

By November 6, 2007