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You should be running at least Flash 9 on your computer.
Tags are words describing the contents of pictures and videos. They help you find stuff around a theme, like Facebook or Halloween2k10
Open source (ie, free) tools: PHP and MySQL on a bunch of Apache servers with help from memcached.
Every semester we bring on Editorial, Production, and Marketing interns. For details about how to apply and a listing of available full-time positions, go to http://iac.com/careers/job-listings
The R-rated pictures section is no longer linked to from the front page of CollegeHumor. If you're a registered user, and are signed in, you can find a link in the footer of the site, or you can always access it by going to collegehumor.com/rrated. If you're not registered, you should sign up.
We review every piece of content that gets submitted. If we like it, it will be featured on the site and will also appear in your user profile. If we don't think it's right for CollegeHumor, it will be deleted.
Yeah, we're not doing that anymore.
We maintain the right to distribute your material via the CH and auxiliary methods that websites use nowadays (like mobile devices), but we don't own it forever, and we won't do something like put it on a DVD or in a book without your permission.
Sign in, mouse-over your user name in the top right corner of the site, then click "Settings", then "Delete My Account".