Gamers, wanna know when you’re going to get sick or have an emergency? Well now you can, thanks to software engineer Chris Gregori. Chris made Play Date, an online calendar that tracks the release date of video games.
If you go on Facebook, you have undoubtedly seen the satirical stories show up in your feed from places like The Onion and The Daily Currant. It’s very clear from the title of those stories to most of us that they are fake.
A picture speaks a thousand words, but what about emoji? You’ve probably used a handful of these already if you’re on social media or if you use instant messaging apps. They’re basically smiley faces and a range of other expressions along with random but common objects, like fireworks, a bouquet, a bowl of ramen, and yes, even poop.
Just because something sounds like a bad idea from the get-go doesn’t mean companies won’t offer it, whatever it may be. Oh, like helping you find someone to date that looks like your ex, for starters.
Facebook is the largest social network out there and has hundreds of millions of users around the world. Something you might not know is that by using the social network, you are allowing them to mess with your head at times.
Most publishers are going the digital route these days, from newspapers and magazines to tabloids, and books. While you can still get them in print, some publishers have chosen to make their content available exclusively on a digital platform.
If you want Google Maps to give you directions from Snowdon to Brecon Beacons in Wales, it will estimate travel times by car, bus, foot, plane, bicycle, and now by dragon. Obviously we want to go by dragon.
You only have to spend about four seconds on a social network to realize that many of the people you know there are very annoying. You know the sort who post useless tweets constantly or invite you to play a game on Facebook because they authorized the app to post on their behalf.
Hulu is a great place to catch up on past episodes of TV shows that you might have missed when they aired. A lot of people who live outside the U.S. have seen it as a great way to get to watch TV shows that might not be available in their home country.
The world in which Game of Thrones takes place in is amazingly detailed. That is great, but such a large world can make things confusing. If you need a visual aid to help keep everything straight from the books and on the show, we have one.
Facebook is a powerful tool when it comes to connecting with people that you’ve met, as well as being arguably the most important social networking site on the planet. This can be both good and bad, and while I’m not sure if I want to share my location at all times on my timeline, I’m sure that it could be useful in some cases.
Some people live on in the memories of others, even when they pass on, because of the life they’ve led and the differences that they’ve made on the lives of others. Others may be forgotten, while still others will live on as avatars in the online realm.
A lot of the major technology firms out there are trying to do their part to help the environment and to be green. That effort often extends to encouraging their workers to use public and mass transportation.
Unlike Stevie Wonder’s hit song Part Time Lover which was about, well, part-time lovers, this dating site called Part Time Love is all about helping people find their match, minus the pressure. It offers an unusual service that stays true to the name of the site: matchmaking for people who are looking for relationships without the usual strings attached.