Here's How To Filter Annoying Posts On Facebook News FeedFacebook is best when it's used for cute animal posts anyway, right?
"Breadcrumbing" Is The Latest Annoying Online Dating TrendBreadcrumbing follows the same method of thinking, users will send flirtatious back forth messages to a potential match only to never meet in real life and leave the extent of their relationship solely online.
Taking A Break From Facebook Can Greatly Improve Emotional State, Study FindsA recent study in Denmark found that people who take at least a week-long break from Facebook can experience an extreme psychological lift.
College Student Posts Picture With Doppelganger Online, Several Others Respond ImmediatelyHas anyone ever told you "you just have one of those faces?"
Attention Online Shoppers: If A Store Sends You Something You Didn't Order, It's Yours!Cyber Monday is the only way to shop. There's nothing better than getting all the same Black Friday deals while avoiding all those insane lines and crazy people.
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Police Arrest Suspect In Medieval Times iPhone ShootingLast Sunday night, Martha Teran drove to the Medieval Times off of I-35 with the intention of selling her iPhone 7 to a buyer who agreed to purchase the phone online. Teran made sure to take the necessary precaution, agreeing to meet in a public place while it was still light out. Still, once 22-year-old Lonzell Hunter acquired the phone, he shot Teran once, killing her.
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Macy's Set to Close 14% of it's StoresAs online sales continue to trump brick-and-mortar retail sales, stores are closing yet again. Retail giant Macy's has announced their plan to close 14% of it's stores (100).
Amazon Prime Day Is Tomorrow. Are You Prepared?Tomorrow, July 12, will mark the second annual "Amazon Prime" Day, where the online shopping company promises more than 100,000 deals on TVs, toys, electronics and more.