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Its so toxic: why were addicted to mean online gossip about women

I used to spend a lot of time reading snarky online comments about other womens lives until I decided to put an end to it for my sanity Its 3am and Im on Reddit. Im reading a thread of comments that number in the thousands, scrolling through missive after missive, unpopular opinions, all. Im reading about the women on this season for The Bachelor. Some commenters rip apart their fashion choices, others discuss the contestants faces, debating endlessly about whether this woman had fillers, that woman had Botox. Im breastfeeding…

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YouTube, control your kids: How to stop more outrageous videos like Logan Paul’s

Image: WireImage It’s easy to dislike on Logan Paul. A 22 -year-old YouTuber with 15 million customers, Paul attained himself the poster child for shallow and gross behaviour this weekend by posting a graphic video in which he receives the body of a man who died by suicide in Aokigahara forest , a sacred site at the base of Mt. Fuji. The video gained thousands and thousands of likes before Paul took it down. Bad enough that Paul yuks it up in the video while garmented in what can only…

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The definitive rules for being cool on Instagram and Snapchat, according to teens

Image: vicky leta/ mashable Sure, you are able to think your Instagram of your crushed avocado toast and soy latte is wholly hip. But in the world of teenages, you’re basically a massive loser. Sorry. SEE ALSO: Devastated Snapchatters talk about the heartbreak of losing a Snapstreak after hundreds of epoches Being cool is an artistry word and few of us know how to truly master it. But teens today seem to inherently know what is and isn’t cool, particularly when it comes to posting on Instagram and Snapchat. Teens…

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South Sudan’s first solar-powered radio is a game-changer

In South Sudan, most people don’t have a TV. They rely on radio to get information. But limited access to supremacy signifies entire communities of are left in knowledge darkness for days at a time, especially in remote areas. One serviceman is turning to the sunshine to change that. SEE ALSO: Norway is the first country to switch off FM radio Issa Kassimu, an electric technologist, came up with the luminous notion of setting up the country’s first solar-powered local radio station, Mayardit FM. Since March 2016 the station has…

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