Just came across an interesting flash video that clearly explains net neutrality to those who may not fully grasp the concept (or have no idea what it is).
Check it out at http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/559221
Who doesn’t love TF2 taunt kills combined with Chris Cornell (especially on a slow Monday morning)?
A recent Cracked article, entitled 5 Terrifying Bastarizations of the Wikipedia Model helped me stumble across Conservapedia today. I briefly glanced through it (most of it isn’t really worth reading), and needless to say, was not at all phased by the extreme bias present in the writing.
Now, I think the concept of collaborative efforts of a group of people towards a common cause is a good idea. It helps them get together and make their side of the story easier to understand for people on the outside. However, like in nature, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Similar to how I would compare the almost sacredness of Wikipedia to the database of hilarity that is Encyclopedia Dramatica (also, interestingly enough, mentioned in the above Cracked article), I will say that Liberapedia is the counterbalance to Conservapedia.
It provides a very lighthearted look at almost the same information, but from a rediculously left-wing outlook. I highly recommend checking out the article on Communism. Even if you’re somebody who can’t (or doesn’t want to) understand politics, at least you can laugh at half-decent satire.
PHD Comics is at it again with a new short. Every so often, Jorge releases a strip that doesn’t require any background knowledge, and is at the same time quite amusing. Find it here (before the masses at digg do).