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As a Google Street View car goes by in Brazil, a woman faceplants. The world is amused. Naturally, therefore, the faceplant is suddenly blurred out.
In a swipe at famous tweeters such as Ashton Kutcher, the erudite actor suggests that it's better for the famous to be elusive like Bill Murray.
After angrily tweeting over the firing of Joe Paterno, Kutcher apparently beamed into the related child molestation scandal and apologized.
A few days ago, a woman texting her lover fell into a canal in Birmingham, England. Now a CCTV video emerges to prove that it was funny. (Or scary, depending on your heart.)
The famous actor and infamous tweeter books himself on a Virgin Galactic flight. He is Virgin's 500th space-going customer.
For some reason, people texting and falling over still seems amusing. Is it because it reminds us of our own ridiculous behavior?
A survey suggests that half of all Americans would be prepared to use their smartphones to shoot videos of people in embarrassing, compromising, or just plain weird situations.
Food company's Facebook fan page became a lesson in how not to deal with social-media backlash this week, when a company rep snapped back at environmentally motivated critics.