This article was published on July 10, 2017

Warning: /r/technolog is not /r/technology


Warning: /r/technolog is not /r/technology
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I tried to visit /r/technology today, like any good nerdy redditor. But I failed at typing, and ended up in /r/technolog instead. I now have a headache and a newfound fear of Cthulhu.

Wut.

Even the page creator seems to be calling out in despair, trapped in a neverending vortex of darkness and CSS animations. Note the “Help” that appears on the upper left corner.

Try as you might, you can’t click on the text. There is no hope. At least you can read some creepy HP Lovecraft while you’re stuck.

Until you freeze to death.

The internet is weird.