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  1. Time Travel to the Internet of Your Youth With 6 Classic Websites That Somehow Still Exist

    The Lost Internet: Something has survived.

    Friends, the Internet is forever. Lest everyone forget that one, simple tenet we live our digital lives by, we've compiled a list for you of some of the best vintage websites that you can actually still browse. Sure, you can find lots of old nostalgic sites on the web archive, but these relics actually still exist in the wild.

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  2. Steven Moffat Discusses the Good and the Bad of Online Fandom on the Doctor Who World Tour

    *shakes fist*

    Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat would much rather talk about the awesome things Whovians do than the negativity of online fandom.

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  3. Gawker Reintroduces Pending Comment System on Jezebel To Address Onslaught of Harrassment

    Last week, Jezebel published a lengthy open letter about their recent battles with anonymous trolls who were empowered by the site's Kinja comment system to leave upsetting images of violent pornography on posts, and parent company Gawker Media's refusal to take the matter seriously. Today, the site announced that their pleas have finally been addressed.

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  4. Is Dealing With Vicious Internet Trolls ‘Just Part of the Job’ For Women In Online Media?

    For all the times I've complained about the terrible internet comments I have to deal with on a daily basis, there's always one person who says "Just don't read the comments." To which I reply: "IT'S MY JOB!" But is it? A new piece on Jezebel highlights the serious issue of online harassment for those specifically working in online media, and Gawker's unwillingness to do anything about it.

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  5. Woman Discovers Husband, Father of Her Unborn Child, Is A Disgusting Internet Troll

    I need to go take a scalding hot shower now.

    OOF. Awful. And any and all words connoting soul-crushing despair. In a post on Reddit, a woman who goes by the handle whatanasssss recounts how she found out her husband of six years is a "really fucking nasty" troll who preys on people on Reddit and Tumblr. And that's just the start. Warning for some foul (troll-like) language below.

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  6. Feminism, Knockers, & Jesus Feature in This YouTube Reacts to Marvel’s Woman Who Would Be Thor

    "strong women bullshit"

    Real comments posted on the internet, dramatized by people who didn't write them. Some strong language included.

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  7. Mark Zuckerberg And His Plan To Bring Free Internet To The World

    You definitely want it, you just don't know it yet.

    Facebook might just take over the planet. This afternoon, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mark Zuckerberg revealed an ambitious plan to bring free internet access to everyone around the world. The access he wants to provide includes basic stuff, like the weather, messaging, and of course, Facebook, because what is the Internet without it?

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  8. Senior Citizens Pose for Amazing Calendar of Iconic Movies

    And I have opinions about it.

    The Internet seems to be loving these images of senior citizens dressed as characters from their favorite movies, and we are too. But why is the series so appealing?

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  9. Reddit Updates User Agreement, Can Now Use Your Content However and Whenever It Wants

    Hold on, Internet. Maybe don't freak out yet.

    Reddit announced an update to their user agreement yesterday. The announcement itself focused on making the agreement easier to read and understand, which is certainly a welcome change, but we noticed something else. Reddit now says they can use your content any way they see fit, even commercially.

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  10. You Can Buy “The Internet” For Your Next Shareholders Presentation

    The world would fall into chaos if the Internet were in the wrong hands, so you'd better buy it and keep it safe.

    Sometimes you come across something online you never even knew you wanted -- like The Internet itself. This replica of "The Internet" as seen in The IT Crowd is now available on Etsy. Sure, it may just be a plastic box with a light on it, but for fans of the show it could make a great addition to your desk.

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