Yahoo!Mail officially paves the way for the emergence of the “social inbox” trend, with the introduction of new features similar to that of popular social networking sites, including, among others, getting updates from contacts when they share photos, write reviews, and update status. Yahoo!Mail has likewise introduced third-party apps into its page. including Picnik, ZumoDrive, Flickr, PayPal, and Photobucket, to name a few.
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Boy cries real blood (via YouTube)
A cheater’s plea for forgiveness — or attention? (via WP)
Don’t fart during surgery (via BuzzFeed)
Warning: Headache-inducing (via TwitPic)
“Shut Up and Let Me Go” by The Ting Tings (via YouTube)
Life is cheap (via Yahoo!News)
Philippines ‘Stone-Age’ men stick to story (via AFP)
Yep, the dude’s got balls. Nicolifavs ftw!
More here from the dude himself:
Botanists discover new rat-eating plant (via CNN)
May pasok ba? (maypasokba)
This is a crazy planets (via spot)
10 things I don’t believe in (via Gout-Stricken Pilgrim)
Photo-crashing squirrel (via BoingBoing)
MegaWhoosh (via YouTube)
See, this is why YouTube is a hit to everyone: it’s got everything from contemporary alternative like this from The Shins:
…and classic relics from bygone days like this from the irrepressible Nina Simone:
Some people don’t get the point of this vid. Screw ’em.
Anyone knows The Sartorialist? That website with photos of fashionable pedestrians splashed all over? Here’s how you fare on the probability of getting included in there, if you care at all.
Viral marketing couldn’t get more viral than this cute advert from upscale bottled water Evian, featuring babies rollerblading across the park to the tune of hip-hop.
Lola Techie is so web 2.0-proficient, one can follow her in Plurk, Twitter, Facebook, and Multiply. Certainly beats most college students stuck with ancient Friendster. Start stalking her from her own page here.
Speaking of oldies, news bit for Mommy Dionesia fans: She stars in a new ad for a popular alcoholic drink, with son Manny, here.