Conservative MP and parliamentary secretary to the prime minister Dean Del Mastro has had a good look at the internet and he doesn’t like what he sees.
Lil Bub was born a “perma-kitten” and a dwarf, so he will always remain tiny. He also has bulging green eyes, extra toes and no teeth, so his tongue always adorably sticks out of his adorable kitten face.
Natasha Smith is a British journalist who was in Egypt this last week filming a documentary when she was sexually and physically assaulted by a mob, as she details in a harrowing post on her blog.
About 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords have been posted online at a Russian hackers’ forum, forcing everyone to remember what LinkedIn is.
Behold: your latest obsession. Artist Paul Robertson designed this gif of a pack of adorable dogs running over a rainbow background about a year ago and posted it on his Tumblr. Now someone has added some music and possibly created the heir to Nyan Cat.
Eduard Khil, the Russian singer made famous two years ago when a clip of him singing “trololololololololololololololo” over and over again went viral, has died. Khil was 77.
Canada’s favourite walrus Vic Toews says Bill C-30, the warrantless spying bill that a majority of the country rejected, would help the investigation into the gruesome body parts murder.
We post some weird things sometimes here on the Albatross, meaning the site shows up in some truly bizarre searches. Here’s a list of the most noteworthy Google searches that led people to the website over the last month.
Just imagine not being able to watch this video adorable cat video. Sadly, that is the reality for as many as 250,000 Canadians who are still using dial-up.
Researchers at Arizona State University have conducted a study to get “a glimpse inside the nuanced interactions of social media users, where rules are understood but not necessarily discussed.” Get it? Because everything on the internet is different!
Paulina Gretzky is young, hot and rich. She also has an Instagram account where she likes to post pictures of herself partying and not wearing a lot of clothes. She is also apparently the first person to do this, so let’s drag her to the town square and stone her to death for getting slut all over the internet.
“It’s all a scam and it is fake,” Uxbridge, Ontario’s Tony Oxley told the Toronto Sun. “This same woman tried to get money from me a couple weeks ago to move to Canada.”
Valeria Lukyanova is a 21-year-old Ukrainian model whose tiny waist, huge breasts and plasticky looks have propelled her to fame — well, internet fame. She claims she is a real-life Barbie doll.
Two 17-year-old high school seniors from San Luis Obispo, Calif. have touched off an internet frenzy the likes of which hasn’t been seen since Rebecca Black set hearts and ears aflame with “Friday.”
Is that a gif of a corgi being vacuumed? Yes, yes it is.