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  • Rooms: Facebook's anonymous place to chat

    Rooms: Facebook's anonymous place to chat
    When Facebook released its Rooms app last week, I, along with just about everyone else, expected the company's answer to Snapchat, Secret and Whisper — an app where everything you do quickly disappears. We didn't get that. What we got was kind...
  • Cuddle up to Grumpy Cat's newest book, and other pet-friendly reads

    Cuddle up to Grumpy Cat's newest book, and other pet-friendly reads
    "The Boy Who Talked To Dogs" (Skyhorse Publishing) This wonderful memoir by dog whisperer Martin McKenna — Australia's "Dreadlock Dog Man" — tells his story of an unhappy childhood in Ireland. Well, unhappy until he fled home at age 13 and...
  • Robert Morris' video gamers enter 1st competition

    Robert Morris' video gamers enter 1st competition
    The bleeding edge of college sports can be found in a dark room on the third floor of Robert Morris University's downtown campus, where 35 highly skilled competitors practice for four hours a day without breaking a sweat. They are the members of the...
  • What is Ello? An ad-free, invite-only site that could not care less

    What is Ello? An ad-free, invite-only site that could not care less
    “Hi @sleasca. Welcome to Ello, a simple, beautiful & ad-free social network.” Yes! I'd found my way in to one of the Web's hottest new invite-only clubs. Too bad I wasn’t actually invited. Ello, the latest social-media lightning rod,...
  • Runescape developer Mark Ogilvy discusses 'Lost City of the Elves' expansion

    GamerHub.tv In addition to being home to the 32 colleges that make up Cambridge University, the small English city is also the birthplace of Jagex and its free-to-play massively multiplayer online (MMO) game Runescape. With over 220 million registered...
  • Mick's Tape: 'Clooney for Prez,' 'Tetris' sex and more internet mayhem

    Mick's Tape: 'Clooney for Prez,' 'Tetris' sex and more internet mayhem
    Welcome to another Wednesday Hump Day Link Dump Day. Hat tip (H/t) to RedEye Social Media Lady Jessica Galliart (If you aren't already, you should follow her.) for that alternate name suggestion for Mick's Tape, my weekly round up of what's good on...
  • Air date set for "Grumpy Cat" film starring Bethlehem native

    Air date set for "Grumpy Cat" film starring Bethlehem native
    A date has been set for Lifetime’s "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever" which stars the feline internet sensation and Bethlehem area native Daniel Roebuck. The film will premier at 8 p.m. Nov. 29 on Lifetime. Lifetime also announced that Aubrey...
  • Tech companies rally against Web fast lanes

    Tech companies rally against Web fast lanes
    The Internet wasn't slowing down, but a special version of that dreaded "spinning wheel of death" popped up on numerous online sites Wednesday as pages were being loaded. The loading symbol on Netflix, Reddit, Kickstarter, Etsy and dozens of other sites...
  • Even with Net neutrality, it's hard to find a neutral platform

    Even with Net neutrality, it's hard to find a neutral platform
    In the ongoing debate over Net neutrality regulations, all sides have agreed on one thing: Internet users, not broadband providers, should ultimately determine which sites and services succeed and which ones fail. Even those who don't want the...
  • Reddit Bans Page Where Celebrity Nude Photos Were Shared

    Reddit has closed the board that became a hub for the leaked nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and other celebrities. The massive celebrity photo leak originated on image-sharing site 4chan, but a Reddit page called "r/thefappening" quickly...
  • Netflix to Join Internet 'Slowdown' to Call for Robust Net Neutrality Rules

    Netflix is joining dozens of companies and organizations for a symbolic Internet "slowdown" on Wednesday to call attention to the need for robust net neutrality rules, currently under consideration by the FCC. The company said that it won't actually slow...