Last night, 'Social Network' star Jesse Eisenberg kicked off the Saturday Night Live monologue (video after the break). A sweatshirted Andy Samberg joined the Academy Award nominee onstage to compare Zuckerberg acting techniques -- "I speak in short clipped sentences, and keep my head very still" -- while the show cut to Lorne Michaels and Mark Zuckerberg himself offstage. Sure enough, the real...
Share Despite the dozens of iconic characters 'Saturday Night Live' has spawned over its 35 years, the most consistently funny and memorable moments have come from its hallmark spoof ads. After striking comedic gold in its very first season with a sketch about Mel's Char Palace, SNL's writers soon keyed into the parodic potential of America's longstanding obsession with technology, resulting...
Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... The cell phone industry hasn't exactly developed a reputation for publicizing the inherent dangers of distracted driving. Proving that "business ethics" isn't an oxymoron, though, AT&T has actually initiated an admirable public campaign called 'Txtng and Drivng... It Can Wait' -- in order to help prevent texting disasters....
Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen takes CNN's "Magic Map" to its logical -- and hilarious -- conclusion. What would happen if New Hampshire got moved down to Mexico? Two more pics after the break, and the video after the break....
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