I think this video is hysterical but I am really not sure who it is making fun of: the men who subject themselves to this sort of abuse or the women who use them to feed their obsession. The title is "Instagram Husband" but let's be honest, it could be Facebook or Twitter just as easily. When will the madness end?
A new survey says that 41% of people don't like how they look in most pictures. And, what's worse, they even feel bad about themselves after they see photos that other people took of them.
Remember when photos were taken with a real camera and you only got one chance, maybe 2, and you had to wait for the pictures to come back from getting developed...
Do you always try to pose the same way in phots, so they get your "good side"?
Well, maybe you shouldn't . . . because you probably don't even know your good side.
A new survey found 23% of women think the right side of their face is the best...
This morning we featured a hilarious video of a guy trying to make a video with his wife while she was holding her iPhone the "wrong" way. I know that this can be a problem. My husband and I have had a very similar "conversation"!
Here's the video -
Then we talked about this super funny PSA about Vertical Phone Videos and how wrong they are -
See if you can find the opening l
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Now that "selfies" are a thing—it's true, the word's even in the dictionary now—we can safely assume that we'll be taking pictures of ourselves in that manner for the rest of our pathetic lives.
And, thankfully, a new study found out just how much time we'll be wasting on the phenomenon...
Merriam-Webster is adding over 150 words to the newest edition of its "Collegiate Dictionary."
There are a lot of tech related words:
3. Hot spot . . . as in a WiFi hot spot.
4. Big data, which they define as, "an accumulation of data that is too large and complex for processing by traditional database management tools"