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Dance, Dance, Internet Revolution

The evolution of the subgenre, from "Numa Numa" to OKGO's treadmills to stimulating Wii Fit sessions.

Internet

Twitter Jitters

Is Twitter a useful microblogging tool or an over-hyped outlet for narcissists? Alpha geek Rands tells Gelf what's what.

Media

Fashion Magazines' Arch-Nemesis

Anna Holmes, the editor of Jezebel.com, mercilessly mocks the Vogues and Cosmos of the world.

Internet

Christmas Ape Kills Michael Tunison

A promising journalist's career is undone by his participation in a raunchy sports blog. And he's OK with that.

Internet

John Fitzgerald Page on John Fitzgerald Page

The infamous internet celeb tells Gelf what it's like to go from being a guy in a high-rise condo to the Worst Person in the World.

Internet

Reporters, Meet Facebook

Questions and answers for journalists navigating walls, pokes, friend lists, and groups about threesomes to find stories.

Nightlife

Searching for Johnny Salami

The perfectly-named Satin Dolls patron told a Reuters reporter that the enigmatic ending to 'The Sopranos' "left us hanging." Then, he disappeared. Gelf went looking for him.

Internet

Farking up the Media

Drew Curtis, the man behind weird-news site Fark.com, tells Gelf how the media has devolved into crap.

Media

Taking Aim at a Giant Hog

Rhonda Shearer took on a tale of boy-shoots-wild hog as part of her effort to clean up stinky journalism and restore the beautiful truth.

Internet

Between Barack and a MySpace

Obama campaign staffers bungled their candidate's social networking strategy by staging a hostile takeover of Joe Anthony's popular fan site for the senator.

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