- Geek & Sci-Fi
These Space Migration Sessions videos are pretty damn cool.
Watch Mac Miller, backed by The Internet, performing the Pharrell-produced cut "Objects In The Mirror" for a new series called The Space Migration Sessions.
Nicholas Carr believes the internet is harming our brains. Here's an illustrated video detailing how it's doing so.
NBA center Jason Collins came out today via magazine cover (the best way to come out, I think, if you have that luxury), and I encourage you to read everything you can about it.
Twitter runs afoul of French law... but does French law apply? Should it? Inside a tricky and potentially Internet-changing case.
Remember the European Union porn ban? Apparently elected officials are taking the "LA LA LA LA CAN'T HEAR YOU!" approach to citizen comments on the topic.
The EU has excellent reason to want to more tightly regulate the sex industry. Their proposal to remove it from the Internet, though, won't do the trick.
A guy putting a coin on a treadmill and filming it for an hour (.
A dog owner in Tennessee had her male dog banished to a kill shelter because she caught it humping another male dog. Yeah.
The story of Manti Te'o and his fake girlfriend may be the single most mind-bending story I've encountered in my lifetime.
Google+ is letting you zoom in on high resolution pictures, without having to use Photoshop for once.
Dan Harmon gave a keynote speech on the death of television at XOXO Festival, and it is a must-watch.
Often times, when I’m doing my morning interwebbrowsinggooglebingtumbletweet routine and sucking down 6 gallons of coffee, I’ll stumble across a picture or video that’s really cool, and I’ll be like, “Hey, the With Leather readers might like this” and then I realize that it’s three years old and it’s already been watermarked by 60 sites that had nothing to do with making it.
It sounds like a joke, but Microsoft really is trying this.
“Seems we’ve been gone, gone for so long" The only thing that could make The Internet better is if they produced more output.
The International Cycling Union has decided that based on the findings of the U.
Mila Kunis hates this internet. However, this will not stop the internet from trying to love Mila Kunis. High school never ends.
Yes, it really is called Come4.org, and its mission is exactly what it sounds like.
Sandwiched between Gangnam Style parodies on The Daily What is the inspirational story of high school goalkeeper Daniel Cui, a kid who turned soccer futility into 10th grade popularity, and eventually into an advertisement about how Facebook changes peoples' lives.