Put on The Pizza Underground, and check out these 25 gifs for National Pizza Day 2015.
Luckily for me, I had a Sixers game to watch last night so I didn’t even notice that NETFLIX WAS DOWN. By the time I got home last night, it was all ready for my bedtime ritual which consists of two episodes of Friends. IT SOOTHES ME, OKAY?! However, others were not so lucky and many Netflix-subscribers found their nights ravaged by the perils of having to find something else to do.
So, here are the 15 best Tweets about Netflix being down.
Because what’s the point of a disappointing emergency weather alert if we can’t have a laugh on Twitter about it? Here’s the 10 best #Snowmageddon2015 tweets in response to winter storm Juno’s moment of fame.
If you’re in the Northeast, chances are you’re bracing for the blizzard of 2015, or her alias, Juno. Over here at Technology Tell, we’re staring out our office windows at the flurries of snow beginning to circle Philadelphia. And while this blizzard brings with it potential issues with losing power and transportation problems, I’m still a big fan of snow. So, to get more of you on board I figured I’d share 10 gifs of cute animals in snow. How can you not find these guys adorable?!
To celebrate Friday and goofing off at work, here’s my 20 favorite #Deflategate tweets. Balls, balls and more balls.
“CES this” and “CES that”…Marsha Marsha Marsha! Am I right? I can’t believe it’s already been a week since I walked the CES 2015 show floor for the last time, and already I’m pretty confident that I’ve gone through the five stages of CES 2015 withdrawal. “But Hannah, what does that even mean?” I’m glad you asked! Allow me to explain…
Okay, I am officially back from CES 2015, and not nearly as rested as I would like to be. When are the complimentary CES massages? Although I am still in jet-lagged/zombie Hannah mode, I wanted to quickly share my 11 favorite moments from CES 2015 because let’s face it I’ll forget.
Admittedly, I’ve been super stressed out about CES 2015. I mean, there’s just so much to see and so little time to see it. And you know, Las Vegas has a habit of being distracting. HIT ME! (That’s a Blackjack reference, right? I’m sticking to the slots). Anyways, it’s my second year on the notorious CES train, and I feel like I’m finally learning the CES dos and don’ts, as well as the “see” and “don’t see” guidelines. Thus, I feel like I’ve been taking advantage of all the fun “rites of passage” that CES Press Day 2015 can provide.
Last night’s “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” is the 8th in the Jimmy Kimmel Live series and features celebrities like Gerard Butler, Lena Dunham (my favorite mean tweet), and even Britney Spears. So, procrastinate your work a little longer and check it out.
Admittedly, with all this constant surveillance it’s easy to feel a little uneasy about being watched all the time. Not everyone feels comfortable with the whole Big Brother concept. Plus, it lends itself to the obvious question of whether or not this surveillance helps us or hurts us. Whatever your stance, there is a story that has been developing this week about a hate crime that took place in Philadelphia, which utilized technology to identify the suspects. And as someone who lives in Philadelphia who was extremely disturbed by the hate crime, I couldn’t be more thrilled that these people will be brought to justice. But it wouldn’t have been possible without technology.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is one the few things in life that makes Disneyphiles absolutely bonkers with excitement. Between the faint briskness in the air, the decorations, the unusually short ride lines and the impending sugar rush, Disney World guests are hard-pressed to find something to complain about during this time of year. Now that more »
This week, I am in Denver for the CEDIA Expo 2014. Usually, I can’t stay up late enough to watch Conan because I am a 24-year-old trapped in a 75-year-old’s body but because of the jet lag, time change, and good ole fashioned Mountain Time, I was finally able to watch my favorite late night host in action. So, imagine my surprise when Conan showcased the “Acer” keynote on his show.