An awesome mixtape made out of websites that have auto-play music.
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Thrillist Sounds of the Internet
An experimental social project that only grants entry to users with a verified Twitter account.
A browser extension that replaces baby pictures in your Facebook newsfeed with better stuff, like cats.
An attempt to jam up NSA’s scanning apparatus by collectively sending a terror-keyword-filled letter to a friend by email or phone.
This is, perhaps, the dumbest thing on the internet.
Buzzfeed has an insane amount of lists. Enough to turn into a clock.
A browser extension that gives you the recognition you deserve for your hilarious tweets.
A warning to customers and shopkeepers.
A re-labeling of the open and close buttons of an elevator to reflect their everyday use.
A Chrome extension that plays AOL’s famous “You’ve got mail” sound when you receive a new message in gMail.
The most dangerous crowdfunding game on the Internet.
As seen off the highway.
Three print ads for the “I’m a PC” campaign.
Stickers placed on various advertisements around NYC.
A bookmarklet that lets you pitch any website like Billy Mays.