Joharren S. has 611,840 viruses on his computer.
Blogger John Walkenbach wrote an extraordinary 100 consecutive blog
posts with alliterative titles, setting a new world record in the
Walkenbach achieved the feat in June 2006. The title of the 100th post
was quot;Hundred Hackneyed Handwritten Headlines Have Happened Here,
Habitues Hail Historic Handiwork.quot; All posts can be read here.
Stephen Goldblatt engages in 12 instant message chats while flying on a
plane, a new world record. He achieved the feat while flying from
JFK to LAX on a Virgin America flight.
The record was set on March 26, 2009. At the moment of documentation,
Goldblatt was moving 605 miles an hour, 36,215 feet above Albequerque,
Jon Chonko has 95 scanned images of sandwiches on a website, a world
record. The images live on a site he created, scanwiches.com.
Chonko began the project in his New York City office on November 13,
2008, and continues adding images to this day. He uses a
Scanjet 4570c scanner to make the scans.
Tim Atkinsonposted 34 consecutivetweetsusing every letter of the
Dawar Kazi and his friend commented back and forth 274,456 times on a Facebook status update.
Marcus K. unfollowed @iJustine 23 times in 30 seconds.
Dan Wiese displayed 92 images of John Stamos’ Uncle Jesse character
from Full House in his internet browser at once.
BloggerGrapeKellyKellyhas written 37 consecutive blog posts about
anxiety, a new world record.The title of the most recent post is
quot;Your Bed Is An Anxious Place.quot;
GrapeKellyJelly documented his feat on April 16, 2009 in Los Angeles,
California.All posts can be readhere.
Matt Kempster mentions 43 memes in a single tweet.
In order, memes referred to:
Ate My Balls
Flea Market Montgomery
Shoop Da Woop
Flying Spaghetti Monster
Divide by 0
Candlejack NO U
Charlie Bit Me
Sneezing Baby Panda
Dawar Kazi and his friends have commented 584,444 times on a
Facebook status update.
Kevin Lynch posted 15 images of ‘Caution: Falling Ice’ signs in a single
blog post, a new world record.
Lynch put up the blog post on January 16, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois.
Dan Lynch was present to serve as a witness.
You can see the entire blog post here.
Peter Craig uploaded an image file to urdb.org only 35 bytes in size.
Kerry Rhodes, a safety for the New York Jets NFL football
team, held eight Apple laptops at once.
Rhodes held the computers for approximately 15 seconds.
Hockeydino has a Facebook photo with 150,668 comments.
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