An awesome mixtape made out of websites that have auto-play music.
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Thrillist Sounds of the Internet
A sly pat on the back.
Where you send someone when they’ve been bad on the internet.
The best-selling English grammar guide—updated for the modern student. Published by St. Martin’s Press.
A browser extension that gives you the recognition you deserve for your hilarious tweets.
A Chrome extension that plays AOL’s famous “You’ve got mail” sound when you receive a new message in gMail.
A high school teacher corrects the shit out of the illest tracks and slow jams, and helps out his brothers in Africa.
Find out if you and a Facebook friend mutually hate each other.
Solving the most pressing first-world problem of our time.
Art made from the insane descriptions artists give to their own art.
The only way to unfollow someone without them noticing.
I got tired of the one-sided conversations happening in hotel rooms, so I started leaving these behind.
A Twitter account whose first and only tweet was its own password.
A bookmarklet that lets you pitch any website like Billy Mays.