She’s talking about her g-g-g-generation!
Singer-songwriter, Miley Cyrus, gave a much needed lesson on The Ellen Show in a segment called “Mileyennials and Me.” Ellen DeGeneres wanted to try to understand millennials and who better to school her about generation Y than the “Wrecking Ball” singer?
During the segment, DeGeneres asked why exactly do millennials post pictures of food on Instagram, what’s the deal with Coachella, and of course, the new millennial dance craze. DeGeneres also added a relatable part to the segment in which her and the singer are both on their phones and silent. Read more…
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In the game of Uno, knowing the color of a card is just as important as knowing its number, which means some colorblind players can be at a serious disadvantage. But now Mattel is fixing that — the company just announced new accessible version of Uno, made with ColorADD cards.
For the new version of the classic card game, Mattel partnered with ColorADD, a global organization for colorblind accessibility and education, to add internationally recognized symbols to Uno cards, aimed to help people with colorblindness identify the colors of the cards. Read more…
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Two months after Chester Bennington’s death, his family, bandmates, and fans around the world are continuing to pay tribute to the late Linkin Park frontman.
Bennington’s wife, Talinda Bennington, posted a family photo of the singer on Twitter yesterday. She wrote that the picture — which depicts a smiling Bennington on vacation with his wife and kids — was taken just “days” before the singer took his own life.
“Suicidal thoughts were there,” writes Bennington in the caption, “but you’d never know. #fuckdepression.” Read more…
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A startup called Standard Cognition is experimenting with using machine learning and cameras to create an automated checkout experience. Read more…
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A picture may be worth a thousand words, but Will & Grace fans know that these faces are priceless, honey.
Back when Will & Grace was first on the air, Twitter and Facebook didn’t exist, and GIFs were generally reserved for your slow-loading Geocities shrine to Star Trek Voyager.
In hindsight, the NBC comedy was one of the most quotable, GIF-able shows on TV (heck, Karen and Jack were basically walking memes); it just happened to be a decade ahead of its time.
Thankfully, NBC has revived the series right when we need it most, and to make up for lost time, Mashable can exclusively reveal that the network has partnered with Tenor to create an official Will & Grace GIF collection, so that we can properly express our joy that the show is back. Read more…
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