A woman’s face is finally going to grace the front of our paper currency and it’s going to be abolitionist icon Harriet Tubman, who is best known for her work with the Underground Railroad that helped former slaves escape captivity. Politico reports that Tubman’s face will replace Andrew Jackson’s on the $20 bill, while […]Read More For the first time in history: The new face of the 20$ bill will be a Woman!
Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like – a Macbook mounted on a selfie stick. No, we don’t know what these people are smoking. But before you start questioning all of the humanity, we can calm you down – this selfie stick is not for sale. What you see is actually an art project poking […]Read More Macbook Selfie Stick – Is It Real?
The Revenant took home the award for Best Motion Picture, Drama while The Martian won the award for Best Motion Picture, Comedy at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday. On the drama side, The Revenant beat out Carol, Mad Max: Fury Road, Room andSpotlight. “I cannot say how surprised I am and how proud […]Read More Golden Globes 2016: The Revenant Wins Big!
Google Trends 2015: of all the countless things people typed into the Google search box this year, the terror attacks on Charlie Hebdo in January and the city of Paris in November topped the list. That’s not nearly so surprising as the entirely new way Google determined and presented that information. The findings are the the […]Read More Google Trends: Year in Search 2015
Apple has acknowledged the recent terrorism attacks in Paris with a commemorative ribbon on the Apple France homepage, http://www.apple.com/fr. The black ribbon is a sign of remembrance and mourning; Google has also added the symbol to its homepage in response to the attacks. In addition, Apple has been contacting affected employees in French Apple retail stores to check they are safe. Here’s […]Read More Apple adds a Black Ribbon to French Homepage, Google does the same for Beirut and Paris!