Last night was the premiere of the new documentary “Lil Bub & Friendz,” and Bub made her requisite red carpet appearance. Bub’s documentary can, thankfully, be viewed online. In it, you’ll meet tons of crazy cat people, and learn about the origins of Bub, how YouTube’s fed our habit, and our general kitty obsession. Check out the documentary after the jump!
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Have you explored the weird world of Reddit yet? It’s a user-generated website where anybody can post about virtually anything they want. It is a colossal internet timewaster. And to make it (theoretically) more easy to navigate and find others with totally obscure interests like you, the site is divided into thousands of “SubReddits,” which are basically special interest pages where users can post about and discuss a particular topic. Given that it’s a democratic internet free-for-all, there’s tons of nasty, gross, porn-y things on Reddit. But there are also some total bizarro gems — SubReddits that reveal virtually everyone can find a kindred, likeminded soul online. We’ve combed through just a small corner of the stuff on Reddit, and found 13 of our favorite weird hidey-holes. Take a look, and let us know what SubReddits you love in the comments!
Anyone who’s ever used Chatroulette knows it doesn’t take long before your screen is infiltrated by pervs. Whether it’s a set of boobs unexpectedly popping up to say hello or someone’s man meat putting on a show, if you spend long enough on the site, you’ll see it all. In a strange celebration of the internet phenomenon, artist Justin Gignac put together Nudes of Chatroulette, a series of charcoal drawings modeled after some of the semi-naked strangers he’s met during his Chatroulette wanderings. The pieces will be on display in NYC tonight, but you can always check out Gignac’s muses on the internetz for free. [Boing Boing] Keep reading »