4Chan unleashes its hacker army on a contest to name a new beverage. Contest disappears from face of the web.
Chevy gets punk'd
Today's news around the Web for Tuesday, March 27, 2007.
A UK man says that Currys electronics store humiliated him by making him dance for a job. The store subsequently apologizes.
Ashton Kutcher, he of more than 6 million Twitter followers, apparently has his account hacked at the TED conference. Strangely, he seems to have done nothing about it.
The Steve Jobs film biopic jOBS is set to debut later this week at the Sundance Film Festival, and will open in the US on 19 April.
The sheer embarrassment of last night's Seattle-Green Bay game, where replacement refs needed their eyes replaced, causes players to express open hostility to their bosses on Twitter.
Influential Web mogul is caught off guard in a Q&A session by a member of the Australian comedy show 'The Chaser's War On Everything.'
Friday, the end of the work week, the denouement, if you will, which means it's the perfect time to get Hepatitis A! Or at least that's what happened to some A-list celebrities at Ashton Kutcher's birthday party. D'oh! Also, Portal 2 might be in the works