Your computer got funnier this week with the launch of Sony’s new comedy channel, the C-Spot. The topnotch programming includes six original short-form comedy series, ranging from established Web hit “Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show” to promising newcomers “Gaytown” (Owen Benjamin as the only straight man in a gay town) and “The Roadents” (a wild 2D/3D hybrid about two guinea pigs roadtripping in a 1983 Winnebago, my fave). Other shows: “Hot, Hot Los Angeles” (a take-off on teen dramas which needs some work); “The Writers Room” (a satire of late-night talk shows with Kevin Pollack); “Best of Penn Says” (the best of Penn Jillette’s unscripted online series with no dancing). “By updating the content daily, we’re looking to engage, entertain and continue to feed the appetite of digital media users seeking more than just one-off viral videos,” said Sean Carey, senior executive vice president, Sony Pictures Television. The new channel is available on Crackle.com (www.crackle.com/cspot), YouTube (www.youtube.com/cspot), AOL Video (http://video.aol.com), Hulu, Verizon Wireless’ V CAST Video service, and direct to Sony BRAVIA TVs via BRAVIA Internet Video Link.