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Wired has some new rules for the 21st century

28 Jul

The “How to Behave: New Rules for Highly Evolved Humans” package from the current issue of Wired magazine is easily one of the most amusing features Wired has ever put together. It covers some very poignant topics for our time, and answers questions that I think many people are curious about, like “Should I leave my Wi-Fi open?” Sprinkling in some amusing advice from Brad Pitt didn’t hurt their cause either. By far my favorite one is about posting photos to Twitter.

Ask a Basterd: Can I Post My Wife’s Butt on Twitter Without Asking?

Q: I want to post a picture of my wife’s butt on twitter á la Ashton Kutcher. Do I need to ask her first, or can I snap, post, and hope she’ll be flattered?

A: Don’t take a picture of your wife’s butt. That’s silly. Take pictures of other people’s wives’ butts.


Most importantly, from my perspective, some of the articles take up the cause of calling out some of the doofuses out there that just can’t seem to get over themselves, and get with the times. Please, ditch the bluetooth headset.