Something tells me that Mark Zuckerberg is trying to prove he had the best week ever. Not only did the Facebook creator have his company go public AND get married, but today, we find out that none other than Billie Joe Armstrong played at the wedding!
According to a new survey by The Hollywood Reporter, the majority of people between the ages of 18 and 35 say that they want to be able to use social media while watching a film at a theater because it "would add to their experience."
Yet another parent has gotten revenge on their kid for getting too cocky on facebook. In this case, the teen had used some grandiose 'street' talk to describe himself. The father happened to walk by and see his kid's facebook account open, and had a little fun at his son's expense. And again, justice is served. The picture speaks for itself:
An untrue news release announcing the death of Jon Bon Jovi went wild online today, and before you know it, Bon Jovi had joined the ranks of celebrities who've been inaccurately pronounced dead on Twitter. Here's what the first 'news release' said, and other stars who got falsely killed off on the web.
Was "Jackass" star Ryan Dunn drinking and driving the night he died in an auto crash? Film critic Rogert Ebert says yes, and has chided the deceased celebrity online. Then, Ebert's facebook page was been pulled down (and subsequently put back up) and Dunn fans are taking aim at the movie critic.