The sixth annual U.S. National Texting Championship took place on Wednesday, where 11 of the speediest texters in all the land competed for the ultimate texting title.
Yes, this is a real thing.
Contestants faced off through eight rounds of competition including texting while blindfolded, translating text speak into normal speak, texting backward, enduring a text-off with the audience, and simply texting test phrases as fast as possible.
Facebook is supposed to be for reconnecting with old friends and communicating with current pals, but if you and your friends are nearing “that age,” you’ll likely have noticed that it’s being taken over by babies.
If people are talking more about yesterday’s baby shower than last night’s frat party, you’re reaching that critical point. Your turn is approaching. At some point, you’ll be expecting and want to shout it from the rafters. Take a second to collect your thoughts, though.
I was recently checking out the Apple App store in the educational section (of course) and noticed a disconcerting trend - there is a LOT of the same content out there, particularly in the preschool/toddler age bracket.
It may be packaged differently, ie it’s a fish puzzle versus a dinosaur puzzle but essentially it is the same and not truly engaging enough for my kids.
I've been getting a lot of funny e-mails lately about parents of sleep away campers. There's a blog post on suburbbabble.com, there's an Edge City comic strip, and there's an xtranormal cartoon collecting hits on YouTube. They're all different mediums, but they all deal with the same thing: the obsessive way in which parents of kids at sleep away camp pore over the pictures that are put up on
Remember back to November of 2011, when the FBI announced that a group of European criminals had created a computer virus that would hinder users’ ability to access the Internet? Well, it’s back.
The virus is called DNS Changer, and it’s a piece of malware that’s been largely forgotten since its debut in 2011. Back in November, the FBI decided not to take down the affected servers, because it would have caused something of an Internet blackout.
There’s a big tailgate party for the Little League baseball championships in a few hours, and the sky is looking grey. Local weather reports and news channels drone on forever before talking about your local forecast and frankly, sometimes the weatherman just doesn’t have the conviction in his voice that you need in order to determine whether or not to bring the waterproof pop-up tent.
So what’s your plan? Enter Raindropping - a simple way to get a straightforward and no-frills report of when and if it will rain.
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