This week's most popular Diggs: Bill Consoles Steve About Jailbreaking, Lisa Simpson
Tuesday 03 August 2010
The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on August 3.
1. Best Wendy's Review Ever - an online review of the food and staff at American fast-food chain, Wendy's.
2. The greatest park bench in history! - a park bench that features owls, fish, gargoyles - and Bender, a character from the animated TV series Futurama. Hosted on imgur.com.
3. Would You Be This Brave? - a photo hosted on www.prosebeforehos of a student in Iran protesting by holding a sign that reads: "Fascist President, Polytechnics [University] Is Not Your Place"
4. Bill Consoles Steve About Jailbreaking - a cartoon of Bill Gates (ex Microsoft CEO) and Steve Jobs (Apple CEO) discussing the future now it is no longer illegal to jailbreak an iPhone in the US. Hosted on tiepedia.com.
5. Lisa Simpson is Getting Married Sunday - a screenshot of Lisa Simpson's (a character from the popular animated TV series, The Simpsons) wedding invitation showing the date of August 1, 2010. The screenshot was taken from a 1995 episode that predicted Lisa's future. Hosted on funnybin.tumblr.com.
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