This week, we bring you the second installment of our weekly series, The Next Internet, where we bring on the most compelling new content to make the next big thing.
The latest episode featured a trio of local comedians who were joined by former host and writer Ricardo Ramos to talk about the most recent news, entertainment, and trends of the day.
The guys also brought on former guest host Michael O ‘Malley to talk to the most current news, pop culture, and politics of the moment.
Finally, in the spirit of the holiday season, host John D’Agostino and the gang brought on a host of guests to discuss the big events in the world of movies, music, and television, as well as their own personal lives.
This week’s episode was brought to you by Uber, Zipcar, Zip.com, and Lyft.
It’s an all-around blast of entertainment and news.
How to get a fake Uber and a fake Lyft ride?
Uber and ride sharing apps are now the most popular way to make money, but they’re also potentially dangerous.
Here’s how to find a fake cab and get your money back.
Read More , the taxi service and a number of other services are offering refunds on Uber rides that are being charged in-app.
The problem with this, according to Uber, is that you don’t have to pay the fee upfront.
The app’s website says: “We’re working hard to fix this issue and are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.”
But Uber isn’t taking this lying down.
Uber has been accused of using fake taxi services and is reportedly planning to make a big change to its payment process in the next few months.
If you’re still stuck with a bad taxi, it might be worth taking a trip to the local grocery store to stock up on cash and check out the local vendors offering authentic taxi rides.
It might also be worth picking up a fake ride that has been scamming you for weeks.