It was a good year for video games. By Sage. (via Diary of a Death Starlette)
Pretty much everyone followed NORAD while they tracked Santa this year: 102,000 calls were placed, 7,720 emails were sent, about million people followed the route on Facebook, and 101,000 people followed on Twitter. What does this prove? A lot of people believe in Santa Claus. Or like to pretend he’s real. (via Daily Mail)
Speaking of social networking, a new study to bring joy to everyone at the end of the year says that about a third of all divorces in the UK cite Facebook as a contributing factor in the end of a marriage. Oh, internet. You tricky cad! (via The Next Web)
Hasbro, maker of My Little Pony, had a web site shut down that was offering downloads of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic because they are mean. So, hug a Brony today. He hurts. (via Gawker)
You’ll shoot your eye out! Live Science has some vital information for your everyday, champagne-drinking life on how not to cause eye injuries with champagne bottles.
Finally, in response to our post on gendered toys yesterday, one brave Twitter user went ahead and volunteered to display his utter ignorance to everyone:
If you guys knew how many things I just typed and deleted, you’d laugh. They were really unladylike.