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Roommates prank friend by turning their bedroom into a bad museum from the future

When Ellen Huet’s roommates went on vacation, she pulled out her laminator and went to work. Everyday objects haphazardly thrown around the room became exhibits in an error-filled museum from the future. Her housemates, Tony Lai and Nihar Madhavan wrote descriptions for each ancient relic.  opportunity: two of your housemates take a trip battle plan: …

Panera wants you to get engaged at Panera, and everyone's wondering why?

Nothing screams romance like a bread-bowl filled with creamy tomato soup. At least, that’s what Panera Bread wants you to believe. The fast casual dining chain announced a special Valentine’s Day sweepstakes—get engaged in one of its bakery-cafés on Feb. 14 and the company just might cater your wedding. To be eligible, not only must …

Adam Rippon's response to his haters is the best damn thing

Figure Skater Adam Rippon is a star on Twitter.Image: Chris Graythen/Getty Images By Nicole Gallucci2018-02-13 15:40:37 UTC Adam Rippon, everyone’s new favorite Olympian, may have helped Team USA win a bronze medal, but his Twitter deserves the gold. The 28-year-old figure skater and first openly gay American athlete in the Winter Olympics has already captured …

UK outs extremism blocking tool and could force tech firms to use it

The UK government’s pressure on tech giants to do more about online extremism just got weaponized. The Home Secretary has today announced a machine learning tool, developed with public money by a local AI firm, which the government says can automatically detect propaganda produced by the Islamic State terror group with “an extremely high degree …

250,000 Twitter Accounts Compromised

The official Twitter Blog has reported that approximately 250,000 user account information may have been hacked into. Bob Lord writes on the blog: “This week, we detected unusual access patterns that led to us identifying unauthorized access attempts to Twitter user data. We discovered one live attack and were able to shut it down in …

The latest viral challenge will have you sleeping in Ikea, and police are cracking down

South Yorkshire police issued a warning about a new internet trend called the “24 hour challenge” after an 11-year-old boy went missing. The challenge involves staying the night in an Ikea store undetected and sneaking out in the morning. The trend took-off in 2016 when 2 YouTubers successfully stayed the night at the warehouse.