Kanye West has never been a very traditional figure, whether in his personal life or his artistic life. Continuing his long string of weird career moves, Kanye became a beggar. He took to Twitter to beg Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg (ironic, right?) for money. And not just a little money. Kanye begged Zuckerberg for $53 million dollars.
Russia and the United States have found a new battleground: social media. Though the United States is denying the charges, Russia has taken to Twitter to proclaim that the United States has made airstrikes on the city of Aleppo.
Trolls (you know,
the one thing one of the many things that we hate about Twitter and every other social media platform out there), your days on Twitter are numbered. The social media company has established the Twitter Trust & Safety Council, a group of organizations that has banded together to make Twitter a nicer place. The group includes hugely influential organizations like the Anti-Defamation League, GLAAD, the National Network to End Domestic violence and more.
As bloggers, it’s easy to take the Internet for granted. The information superhighway has made it easier than ever imagined to move information from one part of the world to another.
Super Bowl 50 will probably be remembered as Peyton Manning’s last game and a huge moment in Cam Newton’s maturity as an NFL quarterback. (Coldplay has virtually already been forgotten, thankfully.) But Super Bowl 50 will also be remembered for one of the strangest commercials I’ve ever seen: Mountain Dew’s Puppymonkeybaby.