This week's most popular Diggs: Morgan Freeman is god, Tesla owner mocks others
Tuesday 27 July 2010
The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on July 26.
1. Ooh Morgan... - a series of pictures hosted on www.goopeg.com of Morgan Freeman as god.
2. How a 15-yo Kid Tricked Apple With a Disguised Tethering App - an article on Gizmodo.com about how a kid tricked Apple into accepting an app that enabled iPhone users to share their internet connection with other devices.
3. The Perfect Comeback (Facebook Argument) - a picture of a Facebook conversation where one user comes up with “the perfect comeback” to his friend’s teasing. Hosted on amuzed.tumblr.com.
4. This was written on a toilet wall of Maths Faculty - a picture of an equation written on a toilet wall that proves (and disproves) that studying = fail. Hosted on interestinglaugh.com.
5. A Tesla mocks others - a picture of a high-performance electric sports car with a number plate that reads “LOL OIL.”
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