Twitter is not the hot commodity it used to be. In fact, it’s not even close. Sure, Twitter is still used by celebrities and some companies, but the general public seems to have lost interest. Data from July 2015 showed that Twitter had gained 3 percent more users over the course of three months. In […]

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“How’s it going, bros? My name is PewDiePie!” YouTube mogul, Internet personality and legendary bro PewDiePie just partnered up with YouTube and announced a new show called “Scare PewDiePie,” which is set to premiere Wednesday. For those who do not know anything about PewDiePie, you should. He is one of the biggest YouTube stars in […]

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High fashion models are often associated with lanky limbs and sharp, symmetrical bone structure. It’s almost as if there’s a factory hidden in the depths of a forest, covered in Dior flowers, constantly churning out these doe-eyed, lean human hangers. So where do they come from? Karlie Kloss, Jourdan Dunn, Candice Swanepoel. Collectively, they have […]

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It’s that time of the year again. As the Golden State Warriors tipped off the season opener, we are into the NBA 2015-16 season. Several big trades happened during the off-season and you don’t want to embarrass yourself in front of your buddies when you watch games together. So, here are the top three players […]

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In a move that was not entirely surprising to those in the industry, YouTube announced on Oct. 21 a Netflix-like subscription service called YouTube Red, which became available today. The service will cost $9.99 per month and will come with three main benefits: removing the ads in all YouTube videos, allowing users to save videos […]

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Have you ever wanted to know random facts about your favorite celebrities? Google may provide some answers to questions about various A-listers, but not as many as Vogue Magazine’s “73 Questions” series. When “73 Questions” first premiered in March 2014 in an effort to modernize Vogue by attracting new viewers through their YouTube channel, the […]

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When I was 10 years old, I used to use the Internet to play on Club Penguin. A few years after I got out of that phase, I heard about how the chats between players were being regulated, as they did not want kids exposed to abusive or sexual language. In addition, they wanted to […]

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Those who are familiar with music festival giants such as Coachella in Indio, California or Lollapalooza that’s nestled between downtown Chicago and Lake Michigan may have heard of SXSW (South by Southwest) in Austin, Texas. Unlike the aforementioned music festivals, SXSW is more of a conference that not only hosts new and loved bands, but […]

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Sarah Burstein @sarahh_burstein Back in October, I wrote a blog on the power of YouTube vloggers reaching unprecedented success through gaming channels, makeup tutorials, video diaries or a combination of the three. At that time, the Internet was blowing up over news of popular British vlogger, Sam Pepper, who had released a “prank” video in […]

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By Sarah Burstein, Staff Writer @sarahh_burstein At this point, I can’t tell you how many times my mom has asked me what I was watching on my laptop, and how many times I’ve replied, “Oh, just some YouTube videos,” which would promptly send her into a whirlwind of questions. To many, especially those not a […]

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