2)With Valentine's Day right around the corner, it's time to celebrate love or love gone wrong. Myverywostdate.com lets anyone share their worst date ever anonymously. Upload your own story or simply read and be entertained by the worst awkward dating adventures around. Plus, just in time for V-DAY the site is also having rewarding $1000 to the worst dating story in America. Might as well make the best of a bad situation, right?
3) While the Superbowl on CBS made history as the most watched TV show ever, the commercials still can't help but keep people buzzing even after the last touchdown. One of the most talked about ads of the evening came from Google, who made search appear more romantic than ever. Even CNET's Caroline McCarthy felt compelled to blog about the spot moments after it aired:
4) The Muppets never get old! Their Muppets Studio channel on YouTube continues to produce new and original content that will have you lol'ing to yourself (that's laughing out loud- for all you non-acronym folk):
5)The past two years, Ashton Kutcher has staked his place in between the tech and Hollywood worlds. His latest blockbuster, Valentine's Day, which has him starring alongside an all-star cast (Jennifer Garner, Topher Grace, Julia Roberts, Jessica Biel, Jamie Foxx and the list goes on) hits theaters this Friday and is asking the internet to share their best and worst V-DAY gifts on YouTube.
Kutcher also appeared on Saturday Night Live this past weekend. While this digital short didn't make it to air, it has since made its rounds online his next iteration. The concept? Another revolutionary idea that is sure to change the "scent" of social media.