The new 7 minute episode of the Copy-Me webseries is all about early copyright history, censorship, state and church control, angry queens, and, of course, the printing press. [via copyme]
When a delusional IT Technician refuses to join his company’s move towards a more relaxed and harmonious work environment, he ventures further into a world of loneliness and insanity. [via slackatory]
Funny business meeting illustrating how hard it is for an engineer to fit into the corporate world! [via reddit]
Technology commercials need an upgrade. [via collegehumor]
Just as we did in 2011 and 2012, we will provide you with an overview of all the April Fools gags around the web. This post will be updated throughout the day. Google Search...
Next time you go to change your printer cartridge you may want to think about squeezing out every last drop before tossing it in the bin. [Via msn]
The Pirate Party fights for transparency, anonymity and sensible copyright laws. At TEDxObserver, Rick Falkvinge explains how he became the leader of Europe’s tech-driven political party, which so far has won 17 seats across...
If you need more reasons to work for the guys behind Half-Life and Portal, enjoy their employee handbook, chockfull of clever illustrations and perks like massages and Stump-town roasted espresso. [Via theawesomer]