Facebook is changing again. Evidently they're revamping profiles in such a fashion that you can now schedule profile pictures to last only a certain amount of time, use a video for your profile "picture," and... get THIS... add a short bio to your profile. That last one? That's CRAZY. It's almost like what Facebook USED to be back when it was first launched instead of the jumble of baby pictures, videos, links, and memes that it's become!
Don't get TOO excited, because these features will initially only be available for iOS users in California and the UK, but Facebook hopes to roll them out in widespread fashion soon. You can get the full details on the updates here.
Yeah, I can tell you feel it. Happy Monday.
It was announced today that One Direction's new album will be called "Made in the A.M." and will be released November 13th. They also released a new song called "Infinity" on iTunes and Spotify, which you can check out here.
Photo via E Online
Legend has it that the "A.M." stands for "after Malik," since Zayn bailed on the band roughly six months ago, so this marks their first release since his departure and their last release before their upcoming hiatus in March.
Although if we're being honest with ourselves, we could end that last sentence right after the word "release." We all know this is it for One Direction.
A rat carried a piece of pizza down a flight of stairs in a subway, and it is apparently a big freaking deal. It's trending on Twitter and Facebook, and Buzzfeed certainly won't shut the heck up about it.
Personally I don't get what's so fascinating, other than the joke about Splinter going to great lengths to feed the Ninja Turtles. Maybe I'm just missing something really important. Maybe that's the lesson; that I need to evaluate my surroundings more closely.
If that's the case, then thank you Pizza Rat.
Maybe there is something inspiring about this after all.
Have you ever thought Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" needed a version suitable for children? Well, here it is.
While it sounds like it may be a product of Kidz Bop, it's not. Just this fellow George Dalton putting his own spin on the song so that it's about baking pies in the kitchen. Harmless and innocent and... if we're being honest with ourselves, kinda catchy.