May 012014
‘Look Up’ A Powerful Poem About Anti-Social Social Media

Never before has the world been so interconnected. There are countless platforms to connect, stay in touch, and talk to people. Yet with all this social media, we have ironically become anti-social. 

Poet Gary Turk explains how in this powerful new poem Look Up.

“We’re a generation of idiots. Smartphones and dumb people.”

Would it be hypocritical to ask you to share this?


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Apr 282014
Lag In Real Life Experiment

There’s nothing more annoying than a lagging Internet connection, especially when you are trying to watch a streaming movie or play online games. 

That got Swedish Internet provider Umea Energi thinking. How would people react to lag in real life? So they conducted an experiment with four volunteers who attempted to perform everyday tasks while wearing virtual reality goggles that had a 3 second delay. 


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Apr 232014
Congrats To Philip DeFranco On Having A Baby Compilation

Philip DeFranco was one of the first professional vloggers on YouTube and stands with over 4 million subscribers on YouTube alone. So when he has a kid it’s kind of a big deal online. After the news that Phil and Lindsay had a baby hit the web, a slew of famous YouTubers and friends–such as iJustine, Michael Buckley, and more–sent in clips of congratulations that was put together into this compilation.  

Congrats Philly D!


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Apr 222014
Instagram Famous Grandma Betty Will Make You Smile

Zach Belden’s grandmother is battling cancer and the doctor’s don’t know how long she will last. The family wanted to document Grandma Betty’s last days, so Zach recommended they start her an Instagram account. Soon, Grandma Betty became one of the most popular personalities on the photo-sharing network. 

Videographer Jeremiah made this video for Grandma Betty’s Indiegogo page that is sure to make you smile. 


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Apr 192014
How To Know If You Have ADHD

Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is probably one of the most well known behavioral issues. It became famous in the 90’s, and soon it seemed every kid was using ADHD as an excuse for not finishing their homework or cleaning their room. 

Popular YouTuber Ryan Higa was diagnosed with the disorder at a young age, so he knows what it’s really like. Because it is used so often as an excuse, Ryan wants viewers to know how it feels to have ADHD. 

Can you relate to any of these problems he covers in this new video?


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