This happened when someone typed "/etc/init.d/asterisk restart #" into terminal on a presumably Linux machine. Little did they know that they just opened the door for a Martian invasion.
This skull "washed ashore" at Charmouth Beach in Dorset, England.
"I like to move it, move it."
Wallpaper of a magnificent photo taken during sunrise in the Swiss Alps.
Apparently being forced to log back into Windows after being away from keyboard for a long time is the result of a virus infection.
"If you've done both of those things, you don't enter a ticket into the queue. I will work on it right now. By the way, I think I like you."
Nature (combined with technology) never ceases to amaze me.
Ever wanted an Xbox 360 fit inside your car? Or a PS3 that can cook you dinner? Yeah, people have done it.
This infographic shows you which movie franchises have made the most money in modern history.
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Here is a wallpaper for people who are fans of desert landscapes.
I wonder how someone captured this photo.
This is why I'm not personally on social networks.
The title says it all.
Who has ever accidentally plugged a USB wire into the wrong, non-USB port?