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A browser extension that lets you forcibly open a web page in your friends' browser.
An interactive journey through space, time, and music.
A shopping experience that delights in sloppy judgement.
Freak your friends out by randomly liking one of their horrifyingly old Instagram pictures.
The viral browser extension that replaces pictures of babies in your Facebook newsfeed with better things, like cats
Text with Seinfeld2k and imagen what Seinfeld be like today, together.
A somewhat real time feed of people paying for sex, drugs, and booze on Venmo.
OPERATION TROLL THE NSA
An attempt to jam up NSA's scanning apparatus by collectively sending a terror-keyword-filled letter to a friend by email or phone.
WHEN DID YOU CHOOSE TO BE STRAIGHT
Interviews conducted on the streets of Colorado Springs, summer 2006.
SEEING EYE PEOPLE
We set dozens of fake city workers loose in NYC to help people walk and text.
THE ELEMENTS OF F*CKING STYLE
The best-selling English grammar guide—updated for the modern student.
The Elements of F*cking Style
Buzzfeed has an insane amount of lists. Enough to turn into a clock.
THE WORLD'S MOST EXCLUSIVE WEBSITE
An experimental social project that only grants entry to users with a verified Twitter account.
An app that helps you avoid your friends.
THE GE EFFICIENCY MACHINE
A special integration on Buzzfeed to remove unwanted stuff. Like politics.
THE BLINK-182 FILM FESTIVAL YOU DIDN'T KNOW YOU ENTERED
An interactive music video of sorts.
A new concept in charity fundraising: philanthropic extortion.
HATE WITH FRIENDS
Find out if you and a Facebook friend mutually hate each other.
The movie Inception explained using file folders.
SOUNDS OF THE INTERNET
An awesome mixtape made out of websites that have auto-play music.
How to send a bit of a larger message on Facebook.
THE BORN DIFFERENT CAMPAIGN
Integrated campaign to move the needle on gay rights in America.
Leave your next meal to chance by ordering from a random restaurant nearby.
A 13 minute long guided meditation journey into the eternal question