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Join us for another exciting instalment of what we’ve been internet-ing this week at the Epiphany offices. We have a vast array of digital delights for you to enjoy! This week, we've mostly been: -

Join us for another exciting instalment of what we’ve been internet-ing this week at the Epiphany offices. We have a vast array of digital delights for you to enjoy! This week, we've mostly been: -

1. Taking short Cutts

For the time-conscious SEOer, this site offers Matt Cutts' actual answers to every question and answer video he's ever done. As the site points out: "Sometimes the guy just needs to get to the point". Useful and hilarious.

2. Class Testing

In a move that is taking over water-cooler chat around the UK by storm, the BBC boldly claim that there are now seven different types of social class. Take the test here , or if you want a less impartial judgment of your lifestyle, try the Daily Mail's version*.

*Not actually endorsed by the Daily Mail

3. April Fooling

April 1st was full of internet tricks, the best of which included Youtube announcing it would pick a winner before it shut down. Google provided the technology to smell a wet dog from the comfort of your own home and Bing launching a new SEO tag so you can pick your own ranking positions!  

4. "Vadering"

Heralded as the "new Harlem Shake" by social media experts everywhere, "vadering" is the partaking of photographs depicting strangulation by some unseen, Vader-like power.

5. Misusing science words

Apparently we don't use a lot of words right, including "theory" and "law", and it's making scientists sad.

6. Pokemon-ing

Nick Cage's face on every Pokemon. (Does what it says on the tin)  

7. Zuckerberging

Someone stumbled across Mark Zuckerberg's first website, hosted at the magical place where all internet dreams come true - AngelFire. Apparently, he's the real Slim Shady.  

8. Disappearing completely

The Guardian tell us how to delete ourselves from the internet. We're not sure what the circumstances requiring this would be, but could be useful for Mark Zuckerberg if Eminem starts looking for him!

9. Enjoying actresses without teeth

They're actresses. They don't have teeth. Funny, yet disturbing.

 10. Toasting Art

Artist Ida Skivenes recreates famous works of art on toast, we particularly enjoyed the rather delicious looking Van Gogh's sunflowers and uncanny Batman.