Tiny Net Company Insists It's a Goddamned Bellwether

Wausau, Wis. (SatireWire.com) – Bart Garmon, president and chief executive officer of BartGarmon.com, a now solo Web design shop that is shedding employees and quickly running out of cash, insists… Read more

Teen Killed in Dispute Over $70 Pair of Domains

Secaucus, N.J. (SatireWire.com) – In yet another sign that senseless geek-on-geek crime is out of control, a 13-year-old honor student and computer genius was arrested yesterday for allegedly killing a… Read more


Bellevue, Wash. (SatireWire.com) – Due to a software glitch at popular Web site the Internet Movie Database, (IMDB.com) Carrie Fisher, star of the Disney horror movie ‘Carrie,’ about a family… Read more

NASA Just Goes Ahead and Launches Satellite

Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. (SatireWire.com) – NASA today said it launched a $952 million satellite this morning “just for the hell of it.” “Oh, what the fuck,” said NASA… Read more

To Keep Reader Interest on Web, Sites Work Hard to Make Stories Brief and Make Headlines Snappy, Interesting, and Also Brief, If They Can Do That And Still Get Their Point Across

New York, N.Y. (SatireWire.com) – Acknowledging that surfers on the World Wide Web are as short on time as they are on attention span, Internet sites are “working hard” at… Read more

Hackers Attack Air-Traffic Control Centers, Cause "On-Time Chaos"

Washington, D.C. (SatireWire.com) – A congressional report warning that U.S. air traffic control is vulnerable to computer attack proved true today, as hackers broke into several control center computers, wreaking… Read more


Washington, D.C. (Satirewire.com) – Contradicting the testimony of other Internet firms, the head of Indonesia’s top English-speaking adult site, TurnInToYourOwnDesire.com, told a Senate panel yesterday it was having “no trouble”… Read more

Cloning White People Deemed Redundant

Seoul, South Korea (SatireWire.com) – Spurred by disturbing claims that three women may already be pregnant with the first human clones, a group of Asian, African, and Hispanic scientists today… Read more

Intel Has Smaller Chips; AMD Has Smaller Employees

Sunnyvale, Cal. (SatireWire.com) – In response to Intel’s statement that it will produce transistors only three atoms wide by 2005, rival chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices announced today that most of… Read more

King's e-Book Plants Virus

Bangor, Maine (SatireWire.com) – Novelist Stephen King, who expects 1.5 million people to download his e-book, The Plant, announced today he will publish an online sequel called The Virus, what… Read more
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