We’ve been fans of Gary Vaynerchuk for some time now. His enthusiasm about e commerce is downright infectious and in his latest video blog he hits the nail on the head yet again with his criticism of how corporations, celebrities and brands are exploiting and misusing social networking platforms to ram their products down your throat.
We couldn’t agree more, Twitter is full of this shit and to be fair is one of the main reasons why we frequent it less than Facebook.
But that being said, please follow us, (smiley face).
Look how sad and miserable our profile page looks. Help us fill it.
Finally after waiting an age to recveive our invitation, (don’t they know who we are?), we finally gained access to Google + and are now in the process of setting up our profile.
Not too sure how all of this works except that we have noticed that 150 invitations are at our disposal so if you want one just comment below with your e-mail address and we’ll send one out to you.
Anyone familiar with this social network? Any tips we should know about before we get officially started?…too late, they have Angry Birds?!?!
Pieces of artwork featuring Princess Leia as a slave. *bites down hard on geeky fist* (via The Swedish Bed)
Charlie Sheen’s in hospital due to a briefcase of coke and more pornstars (via WWTDD)
Chelsea may buy Liverpool’s Fernando Torres for a Gazillion British pounds (via The Spoiler)
This is just wrong. Daleks aren’t meant to be fun, they are to be feared goddammit!
Ridley Scott’s new film may feature that giant Space Jockey thing from the original Alien movie (via Slashfilm)
A Heavy Rain movie is in the pipeline thanks to Deadwood’s David Milch (via Den Of Geek)
Possibly the most awesome cake ever baked (via Great White Snark)
A comprehensive collection of 11 porn movie parody trailers all totally safe for viewing (via Film Drunk)
Further proof why we’ll never play motion sensing games.
You may want to change your security password on your Amazon account…NOW! (via Reddit)
It’s official, Facebook is making us sad (via Slate)
Ten minutes of footage from a Bollywood film called Robot which will quite literally melt your face.