The day I confronted my troll. [technology / culture / geekery]One of the things I dislike the most about the internet isn’t buffering. Or forgetting my password. Or having to re-sign-in to Pinterest every time I want to pin something. What I really hate about the internet are internet trolls. Those people whose parents apparently never told them to shut their traps if they didn’t have anything nice to say. This article is about a guy who went through the trouble of finding and meeting his troll. As one commenter said, “I think the moral of the story is that these people who post hateful messages online are generally sad little tossers.” (Still. It’s rude! Get some manners people!)

The day I confronted my troll. 
[technology / culture / geekery]

One of the things I dislike the most about the internet isn’t buffering. Or forgetting my password. Or having to re-sign-in to Pinterest every time I want to pin something. What I really hate about the internet are internet trolls. Those people whose parents apparently never told them to shut their traps if they didn’t have anything nice to say. This article is about a guy who went through the trouble of finding and meeting his troll. As one commenter said, “I think the moral of the story is that these people who post hateful messages online are generally sad little tossers.” (Still. It’s rude! Get some manners people!)