As you’ve probably read, fake news is showing up in social media and everywhere. And after you read that, you ask yourself, “Wait a minute, how do I know that the news I just read about fake news isn’t fake… Read More ›
CNN reports that the person who created pop-up ads on the internet has said “I’m sorry” for his creation. Citing an interview with the Atlantic, the ads were originally created with good intentions. Specifically, a car maker did not want its… Read More ›
The New York Times reports that a rumor on an anonymous App called “Secret” turned out to be fake. Specifically Apple’s new EarPods will not be able to monitor your blood pressure. 3 Questions That Arise From This Story 1. “This… Read More ›
In a Forbes piece earlier this week, a Forbes Contributor explained a case as to why Facebook should buy Forbes. The title of the article was: “So What’s Next For Facebook? Why Not Purchase Forbes?” 3 More Article Titles We’d Like… Read More ›
Time Magazine reports that US Weekly has been alleged to have photoshopped a cover photo of nine-month old Prince George. According to Time, US Weekly responded with the following quote: “The original image used for the Prince George cover was… Read More ›
People Apparently Like The Sound Of Money Burning On Calgary Radio Station. What Would They Do If They Knew There Was An Entire Cable Channel Devoted To A Log Burning In A Fireplace?
The Calgary Sun reports that as part of a radio station contest, in which listeners were given the option to vote what to do with $5,000 in cash, the listeners chose to burn the cash. Literally. From the story: “After… Read More ›
In early reporting on New Jersey Bridgegate, Fox News host Shepard Smith reportedly stated: “The emails will be trouble for Governor Christie… They’re an easy Google away, if you want to take a look.” You know, because apparently at the… Read More ›