Social media users share incredible photos of objects worn by time

Time marches on! Fascinating snaps show how the years take their toll on objects – from a moss-covered chair to the shadow of an ID photo on its plastic cover Amazing snaps show how time has changed objects we usually take for granted An armchair accepts the outdoors as its

Is Virgin Media down? How to check the status in your area – The Sun

IF you're a Virgin Media customer who is affected by an internet, call, TV or mobile outage, we explain how to check your service status – and whether you're due compensation. Virgin Media has approximately 3.2million customers in the UK. But what happens if there are Virgin Media problems in

Why Black-Owned Media Companies Deserve True Equity

Black media has always been at the center of telling diverse stories and raising the public consciousness about the issues facing Black people. In these unprecedented times, the Black Press has continued its role as a long-trusted source of credible health and other information keeping us aware, educated, and up-to-date

Airbnb used social media to identify and ban extremist users: report

Fox News Flash top headlines for January 20 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. It’s not a good time to be a member of an extremist hate group who wants to go on vacation. In the wake of the riot at the U.S.

Chinese-language media in Australia ridicules Morrison

Chinese-language media outlets in Australia have ridiculed Prime Minister Scott Morrison over his reaction to a fabricated image tweeted this week by Chinese Foreign Affairs Ministry official Zhao Lijian. “What a shame! The Australian PM was mocked by netizens around the world for demanding that China apologise!" said a headline

British magazine The World Of Interiors going strong in digital world

LONDON (NYTIMES) – To be a magazine reader these days is to lament – unless you are reading The World Of Interiors, published since 1982 by Conde Nast Britain but widely available on American newsstands, where it sells for US$9.99 (S$13.60) per issue. The World Of Interiors is essentially a

AT&T reveals HBO Max price and date it will take on Disney, Netflix

BURBANK, Calif. (Reuters) – AT&T Inc (T.N) executives on Tuesday said the company’s HBO Max streaming video service will cost $15 per month — the same price it currently charges for HBO — when it launches in May 2020, marking an aggressive entry into the streaming wars. The announcement of

Baffled social media users spy things for sale at extortionate prices

From packaged air to a ‘rare’ peanut, hilarious photos capture the very WORST adverts spotted online People use online marketplaces to resell items in varying in quality and prices Some ‘business-loving marketers tried to sell very used or faulty items on sites  Varied screenshots were compiled by BoredPanda in a

Social media users get in on the FaceApp fun

It’s not just stars getting in on the Face App fun! Social media users share VERY funny before and after snaps as they join in the viral #agechallenge The latest #agechallenge went viral among social media users this week Social media users from across the world tried FaceApp’s new ‘age

How social media changed Jacqueline Wilson’s approach

Many adults still think of Jacqueline Wilson as the queen of children's kitchen-sink drama. Her protagonists are children living in care or on tough council estates; they deal with absent parents, mental illness, homelessness, bereavement. She does grit-lit; it's all about contemporary social realism. Dancing the Charleston is Jacqueline Wilson’s