Five-day festival will feature comedy legends and young comedians telling jokes through tweets and video clips on Vine, The New York Times reports.
For four nights (and one matinee) this week, tech aficionados and theater types will be able to see "Windows," a one-man play featuring Microsoft's Bill Gates. Or rather an actor playing Bill Gates.
Jerry Seinfeld launches a new Web site that strives to offer viewers only the best of the man. Is this his way of controlling his legacy on the Web? No, it's his way of appealing to 10-year-olds.
The Left-Handers Club suggests that with the iPhone 4's alleged left-handed issues, Apple should hire some left-handed designers.
A deep and detailed survey by Focus.com concludes that the best job in the United States is a tech job: systems engineer. No. 2: physician assistant. No. 3: college professor.
Is there no end to the Webkinz phenomenon? Now the home of fine cuisine, Cracker Barrel, is to house an exclusive Webkinz opossum.
Speaking with AdAge, Fliqz CEO Benjamin Wayne says that he can't see how Google can make the YouTube numbers work over time.
Skyecandy is a start-up that is beta testing a new video speed dating service over Skype. Yes, you too can save money while you chat to someone you don't know in total safety.
An Italian archbishop suggests that Catholics should give up many of their gadgets and social networking tools. Not just for Lent, but to help stop civil war in Congo.
It seems that the biggest demographic for Hulu once the site went public was oldies ages 55 and over.