Let’s “Like” Uncertainty

I realized my little nephew will never know life without Facebook. He’ll never know what it’s like to go, “I wonder what happened to that guy Chris from high school?” and then just shrug his shoulders and move on.

Comedian Ophira Eisenberg

  • Categories: Computer Jokes, One-Liners

    The Most Confusing Password

    I was in a couple’s home trying to fix their Internet…

    Total @mateur

    A client called my help desk saying she couldn’t send an…

    Spotted on Facebook…

    Student: I don’t understand why my grade was so low. How…

    Thanks, MapQuest

    MapQuest really needs to start its directions on number…

    Zen Koans for the Internet Age

    • If an anonymous comment goes unread, is it still…

    Weirdest Craigslist Post Ever?

    Looking for a job? Here’s one posted on Craigslist:…

    Is Your Boss This Dumb?

    While taking stock of our 
products, I read aloud the…

    Flash Drive Failure

    I’m at the library, and for some reason, when I plug my…

    Mallory Ortberg on Cooking Blogs

    Food blogs are rife with pressing questions, helpful hints…

    When Smart is Too Smart

    I can still remember a time when I knew more than my phone…

    @BillMurray on Child Naming

    The cool part about naming 
your kid is you don’t have…

    MSW?!
(Mom say what?!)

    Texting acronyms can stump even the best parents: Mom: Your…

    Refresh. Refresh. Refresh…

    The water I was heating for pasta refused to boil, and if…

    What are My Options?

    Scene: Me using the Siri app on my iPhone. Me: Siri, call…

    If the Ten Commandments were Written by Popular Websites

    I. What You Need to Know Now About the Lord Totally Being…

    The Wrong Language

    I tried to explain to a client why I couldn’t help him…

    A Fax?

    You’re sending me something via fax? What is it, an…

    Winter Punderland

    As we waited for a bus in the frosty weather, the woman…

    Warning Labels We can Really Use:

    Google: “Warning! You may find more than what you’re…

    Seen on an Online Forum:

    “I hate audio correct.” Aaron Fernando, 
Richmond…