Shiba Inu dog: Yes, fidget spinners ‘are’ evil

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It turns out that dogs (of course) know that fidget spinners are the work of the devil, and one brave Shiba Inu had no problem making her feelings known in a video posted on Instagram this week.

Nothing odd happens here other than the mere spinning of the popular time-wasting gadget, but Kiba the Shiba isn’t fooled and emphatically calls out the unnatural movements of the seemingly innocent device.

#kibatheshiba loves #fidgetspinner #shibainu

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At one point, Kiba even takes an angry swipe at it (or maybe she’s just trying to see if she can spin it herself, by means of paw). Look, we know from the movies that animals (usually dogs, because they’re awesome) can sense the presence of evil. And we know fidget spinners are fun to fiddle with. Read more…

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A Do-It-Yourself Guide For Beginners: Creating Shareable Infographics

Throughout the course of a single day, the average American will consume about 63 gigabytes worth of new information. To put that into perspective, that’s roughly half of ALL the storage space in a new MacBook Air, or just under the full limit of a mid-level iPhone 7.

Thanks largely to the…

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White House staff wants to vet Trump’s tweets -good luck with that

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President Donald Trump’s tweets cause crises so often we’re all just like, “Oh hey, there goes Donny T again, haha,” as some company he doesn’t like takes a stock hit or he suggests that maybe he records people who come to the Oval Office. The White House knows this is a problem. Next week, some staffers are going to try to put a stop to it.

The world wishes them the best of luck.

The Trump administration is reportedly considering a host of operational changes that may take effect soon after the president gets back from his first overseas jaunt. One of those is reportedly having his tweets vetted by a team of lawyers. Read more…

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How to Get More Engagement from Your Facebook Fans

Facebook was founded in 2004, and the rest is, practically, history. It became the most popular social media website in the world and provided a plethora of personal and business opportunities to every user. According to some estimates, there are more than 1.86 billion monthly active users, the…

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Finally, Twitter unveiled these emoji

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For some time there’s been a push for Indigenous Australian flags to be made into emoji, but there hasn’t been much progress.

Twitter moved one step closer with the launch of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flag emoji through hashtags.

It’s to help recognise the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum – which removed two discriminatory references against the country’s Indigenous people in the Australian constitution – known as National Sorry Day, and the beginning of the Indigenous round in the Australian Football League. Read more…

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