About NewsTechnica

Written by David Gerard. I have a large pile of these things I did for Uncyclopedia UnNews as well.

I write this stuff by seeing what’s on Google News or the BBC that day that starts an idea (or drives me into telly-smashing RAAAAGE). Scribble something in a text editor (usually Google Docs), find a suitable picture on Wikimedia Commons or Flickr (paying due attention to licensing), or get a famous image and claim fair use for parody, and manipulate it in the GIMP. Then post.

If you like a story, please do tell your friends, send the link around, click “I like it!” in StumbleUpon, click the little “Spread the love” buttons to post it to your other hangouts, etc!

Don’t forget to get the daily alert email as well.

I thought the server was running Ubuntu, but it’s increasingly clear it’s actually running this.

(News of the News died of a senile host. Everything has been rescued. No, I still haven’t updated all the photos.)

4 thoughts on “About NewsTechnica”

  1. I have an ad blocker, so I was a bit weirded out that an ad popped up in the center of one of your stories.
    Then I saw your site’s logo in the picture.

    Mocking abortion through the use of an actual picture of a fetus with a coat hanger is one of the most disturbing things I have come across.

    Even 4chan has more taste than you.

    -Lost reader

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