I get a chuckle out of Anonymous' shenanigans every now and then, but otherwise I just use the Internet to look up things or buy things. Almost the entirety of me talking to people on the Internet is actually done here. Always has been since 2005. Nothing else really sticks.
I do agree with Nykc though. The initiative just isn't there. It's my understanding (from experience) that kids today just wait for something funny, like a clip of something, & post it to facebook or twitter, & then start their own small, 15 minutes of fame following from that. Plus smart phones make for dumb users. The more tied to technology we get, the less creative we seem to be.
You said keep it PG 13, so I guess I can't tell my story about a guy that stole my eBay listing html code & because the images were hosted on my webserver I updated the images to be TubGirl & he got his eBay account closed.
Keeping it PG-13 what was or is some of the little gems you know of or still frequent on the internet?
I also remember finding this quite funny, it was shared in our roms trading channel.
Part of the problem too, Nykc, is that what the kids today find as funny, or how they choose to use the internet, is like taste in music. As we get older, the things we enjoy are going to be shared by less & less people.
The older I get, the better I was
That's not 100% on topic, but I think you can see how it applies.