“Hey everybody,” he says in the video. “I f—– up, that’s all I can really say. At about 10:30 this morning. Been laying here ever since. About 50 feet down in the ravine. I just wanted to say I love you guys. Sorry I was being stupid, but you know that’s what I do.”
People had to live in fear and in danger for the past weeks before they were finally able to reach safety. (via: humanigi)
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Twitter Inc announced Thursday that it would discontinue the video-sharing mobile app Vine, as it moves to cut 9 percent of its workforce worldwide to keep costs down after beating Wall Street quarterly earnings expectations. (via: reuters)
Now Facebook appears to be following Snapchat’s lead by letting you add filters to your videos on Facebook Live.
The retail company began selling in their online store last week a makeup set titled “Razor Blade Suicide Scar Wound Latex Costume Make Up,” which imitated the appearance of self-harm scars. They have since removed it from their store.
Facebook will soon display more graphic content including violence and nudity that would normally violate its community standards as long as they’re newsworthy or important enough.
Trump had spent the days leading up to the third and final presidential debate warning voters that the election would be “rigged.”
Channing Harris, a tech entrepreneur out of Chicago wanted to make it easier for community members to report interactions with police, so he created “Excuse Me Officer,” an app which functions like Yelp. The app is set to launch on December 5.
In a few weeks, Ingram, 93, will cast one of the 29 Electoral College votes in New York that will determine the next American president.