Google, Facebook, Twitter And YouTube All Promoted Hoaxes About The Las Vegas Shooting – Digghttp://digg.com/2017/las-vegas-shooting-facebook-google-hoaxesTragedies can bring out the best in people, but they also seem to bring out the worst in algorithms.
‘Black Mirror’ Predicted New Apple Technology | Hollywood Reporterhttp://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/black-mirror-predicted-new-apple-technology-1038237After Apple unveiled its Face ID feature, the Twitter account for Charlie Brooker’s Netflix anthology responded with its own memorable avatar from 2013.
The Hashtag at Ten Years Young – Biz Stone – Mediumhttps://medium.com/@biz/the-hashtag-at-ten-years-young-d1454f4dd785The hashtag was born on Twitter 10 years ago, and it has become one of the most recognizable and widely used symbols of our time. Happy tenth birthday, hashtag. We’re glad we never called you by your technically correct name, “Octothorp.”
11 Tips for Getting Through This Week’s Extra-Long Game of Thrones – Geek.comhttps://www.geek.com/television/11-tips-for-getting-through-this-weeks-extra-long-game-of-thrones-1713355/?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=whatsnewnow&utm_medium=titleThanks to the Game of Thrones Twitter account, we now know that “The Dragon and the Wolf” will be 79 minutes and 43 seconds long. We’re basically getting a Game of Thrones movie to close out the season.
Prada sells $185 paper clip, and Twitter can’t hold it together – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/news/prada-185-paper-clip-twitter-jokes-memes-barneys-target/?ftag=CAD-04-10aai6g&bhid=27170905380744054130315685538756A $185 paper clip (£145, $244AU) — really a money clip shaped like a paper clip — from noted designer Prada. Sold at Barneys.com, the item is made in Italy of polished sterling silver. If you have so much money that you need to clip it together, what’s another $185 to keep your cash in check?
10 Awful Client Cliches That Make Every Designer Cringe | Design Shackhttps://designshack.net/articles/business-articles/10-awful-client-cliches-that-make-every-designer-cringe/This is the third part in our series all about making fun of design related clichés that drive us all crazy. We put out the word on Twitter and asked for some of the worst and crazy things that clients say to their designers. There’s no shortage of cliches to choose from!