Join this week on Diggnation as we delve into the 12 sickest microscopic photos you wish you'd never seen! Plus, hottest news and stories of the week including The Onion's first ever TV series trailer, a kid experiences the magic of 4chan for the first time, and learn what your smartphone says about you!
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The Onion's First TV Series Trailer
The Onion's first TV show is a spoof of the cable news networks (without, it seems, the burning Howard Beale-style indignation of Jon Stewart). The Onion team has produced daily Web video parodies for three years now. In addition to Onion News Network, the news parody franchise also has a Comedy Central series, The Onion SportsDome, coming the same month.
12 Things You'll Wish You'd Never Seen Under a Microscope
If you shrink yourself down to microscopic size, you're suddenly living in a completely alien world. Whatever you're picturing, perhaps based on your experience from Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, is way, way off. At that scale, everything is unimaginable horror. WARNING: THESE PHOTOS ARE UNSETTLING AND SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED.
Sometimes the guys in our office like to get in stupid fights about phones. Yeah I know they do it on the blog, but they also do it in private as well times 1000. It is essentially the song that never ends, with Mike Arrington and Jason Kincaid erring on the side of Android and MG well, sigh.