Bloggers, reporters, and all sorts of other douchebags make a big deal about how the internet is in a phase called "Web 2.0." Sites like Youtube, Myspace, and the almighty Bookface have 'transformed' the web into a social networking-fueled circle jerk of personalized web space.

Everything in this brave new internet universe has some kind of social aspect to it. Take StumbleUpon, everybody's new favorite term paper-delaying device. Just click the 'Stumble!' button and you're instantly taken to a random website (usually a picture of a kitten hugging something) that was recommended by someone else. If you haven't checked this shit out and you're a college student, you have no idea what procrastination is.

Anyway, the real point of this note is that everyone knows that whether its Web 2.0 or Web 1.0 or a spider web, the internet's main use in society is the trading of large amounts of pornography. Argue with me on this one and you are wrong, for we now have concrete evidence: remember StumbleUpon? Look out world, here comes StumblePorn.

The best part is the replacement of StumbleUpon's thumbs up/thumbs down rating fixture with a total boner/so-flaccid-my-penis-is-in-a-U-shape non-boner rating system.


Not that I've used it or anything.