Who even knows what to believe on the internet these days? Rumors spread quickly and with much fanfare on the internet, especially if it’s something we want to believe. We at P-Mag are doing our part to make sure that the internet is full of untruths and wishful thinking. Here are some rumors (and maybe […]
I have been without steady internet at my job for a little over two weeks now. For context, I work at a school and if you ever wondered if we were maybe too technology dependent, visit a school. I’ve also had a computer at home that’s decided that this would be a good week to […]
Don’t worry, Persephone is definitely on the safe list.
Ever since my father put me to the Internet, I have been figuring out how to make, and maintain, long-distance friendships. I can tell you now that the first distance friendship I had some semblance of control over started in third grade. I can also tell you that in ten years, I still am no […]
What is that you say? It’s following the oral arguments to guess at the ruling.
Happy lunchtime, kittens! This lunchtime poll is a giant waste of time. Er, wants to know how you waste time.
Dear Emily, WHY WON’T THE UNICORN HAVE SEX WITH ME? ~A Unisexual
I use some version of my name and my photo everywhere I connect online, even at the right-wing blog where everyone hates me even though I am polite. Especially there. Not being anonymous reminds me not to be rude, but I’m still tempted. Here are some of the things I would do if I were […]
Q. I caught my husband frequenting an online stripper website. I’m not as upset about this as society tells me I should be, so I feel like I should be more upset. What should I do?
Oh sweet CJ, readers, sometimes I hate everyone on the Internet but you all.
Just the other day, my husband emailed me a link to an awesome zombie fighting/apocalypse emergency kit that was all rolled into one kick-ass shotgun. As I looked over the pictures and technical descriptions, I thought that this was fantastic! Then I read the comments and within mere seconds, the viciousness of the Internet was […]
Late last month, Texas Congressman Lamar Smith introduced H.R. 3261, more commonly known as the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA. The goal of the bill is to provide the US Government, specifically the Attorney General, with the tools to crack down on copyright infringement and counterfeit goods. The intent of SOPA seems fair enough. […]
One of my favorite things to do at work is to turn on an episode of This American Life, and tune everything else out while I work on whatever task is at hand. As you can probably imagine, this has resulted in my burning through a pretty generous number of the popular podcast, and developing […]
Countless Internet pixels have been spilt in the search to find out who we really are as people. Perhaps our seemingly arbitrary choices actually reveal a great deal our character! How else to explain the proliferation of articles telling one the essential truth about oneself based on completely random decisions?
If you don’t know what a listicle is, you don’t spend enough time on the Internet. And, quite frankly, I’m not sure how you found us. But still: a listicle is simply a delightful portmanteau of the words “list” and “article.”