What do a dancing duck, disciplined Navy cadets and Hitler have in common? All have performed cover versions of “Gangnam Style,” the viral mega-hit from K-pop star PSY. Now you can add the Ohio University marching band to the list of folks who have done it Gangnam Style. The group’s brass-and-snare heavy rendition gives the song a nice, organic twist and has proven immensely popular with the Internet crowd, gaining about 800,000 views since being posted to YouTube on Saturday.
Fake Hurricane Sandy photos flew around Twitter and Facebook on Monday, as users shared jaw-dropping images. Unfortunately, the race to post the most striking pics has most folks skipping the all-important fact check.
We’ve gathered up five “Hurricane Sandy” photographs that have spread on the social web, but weren’t actually taken during the massive storm.
Still not sure who to vote for? Or maybe you’re dead-set on a candidate, and simply waiting for Election Day next week.
Regardless of who you’re voting for on Nov. 6, both of these presidential candidates could use some change — of outfits, that is. The websites Change4Obama and Change4Romney will keep voters entertained until the election.
Both sites, created by social discovery site SocialPlex, allow users to dress up Barack Obama or Mitt Romney as various characters. You can mix and match features like hair, eyes, nose and outfits.
There seems to be a craze for reimagining top logos and since this is Halloween, why not rethink them for a zombie apocalypse, right?
Assuming that event were to come to pass, here’s what your neighborhood Starbucks and the gas station down the street might look like, as envisioned by artist Ben Fellowes. For more of these horrifying logos, check out his site.
Yes, crashed Windows OS, we know the New York City subway system was unable to restart after Hurricane Sandy. And, yes, we would love to run a system restore.
After Sandy ravaged the East Coast Monday evening, the subway system in New York City was left crippled. Not immune to inclement weather, the Windows-based display above the 77th Street subway stop seemed to have hit a snag as well.
Dear Photograph, a popular nostalgia blog showcasing photos within photos, gave its visitors a terrifying surprise Wednesday: The Walking Dead-inspired posts.
Dear Photograph creator Taylor Jones told Mashable he teamed up with FOX International Channels on the Halloween Day images, which folks at The Walking Dead created for their international ad campaign.
Each of the two blog posts showcases a zombie and a post-zombie-apocalypse caption.