Extremely Decent, the LA-based comedy sketch group behind "The First Honest Cable Company" parody ad, explores what it would be like if Facebook brought about sweeping changes beyond your social networking profile page to your home in real life.
As part of its upcoming Star Wars Weekends campaign (May 17th through June 9th), Disney's Hollywood Studios has unveiled a 3D printing station where you can create a Stormtrooper figurine with your own face on it for $99.95. Not feeling like a soldier? There's also an option to have your face cast in carbonite instead.
Allie Brosh, the artist behind the popular webcomic Hyperbole and a Half broke silence from her indefinite leave to release the second part of Adventures in Depression, which chronicles the author's personal struggle with clinical depression over the recent years. The latest issue, which comes after more than year and a half of silence, has already garnered raving feedback in the webcomic community as an accurate representation of the debilitating mental illness and how it can affect relationships with others. To catch up on the first part, click here.
If there is anything that today's websites are lacking, it is fart noises. Yesterday afternoon, The Onion released the fartscroll.js script on Github, which can be installed on any web page to produce gassy noises while you're scrolling up and down the browser. For more of a completely immersive experience, you can download the Chrome browser extension for cruise control on every webpage.