What we don’t expect is to see someone die. Watching a suicide attempt (or murder) in real time is not part of the bargain we’ve made to stay connected with the world. And yet it happens. Earlier this week, a Thai man killed his infant daughter and himself on Facebook Live. The video appeared on both Facebook and YouTube before being taken down by the companies. Read more…
Over the course of his first months in the White House, President Trump notoriously turned Twitter into his personal outlet for unhinged political venting. That of course inspired the creation of dozens of parody accounts that became tools of resistance, coping mechanisms, and light-hearted distractions from the political chaos.
A simple Twitter search for “Donald Trump Parody” reveals a collection of over 50 accounts, and though each tackles Trump’s presidency with a different approach, they all set out with a common goal: to make Twitter in the Trump era a bit more bearable.
Back in the year 2010, Instagram started as a photo-sharing app and crashed a lot but today it is helping businesses drive their growth and revenues. You must be wondering what has changed? The developers have continuously sought to nurture their app for people.
Whether you’re a first-time or veteran homeowner, there are some things you should know how to do around the house, without having to call a professional. Here are our top 10 tasks you can tackle on your own and how to do them.
Hint: Look at the woman’s hat in the photo, above.
President Donald Trump has been in office 100 days as of Saturday, April 29. In honor of the occasion, Twitter put out some stats about the president’s use of Twitter. At this point, you really should have guessed his favorite hashtag: #MAGA.
That acronym, of course, is short for Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan. The president also used a lot of #AmericaFirst, #USA, #Obamacare and, because he’s just like a bunch of reporters on Twitter, #ICYMI.