Video: With the rise of online communities such as YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat, a whole group of viewers are literally trying to emulate their favourite denizens of Team Internet. You might even know someone like that, the guy who constantly has his phone out, shooting video for his vlog (that very few people watch) and spending ridiculous amounts of time trying to capture the perfect humorous Instagram meme.
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Anyone here following the NBN on Instagram?
They've only got around 1800 followers, so probably not. But you should be following the NBN Instagram account. You're missing out.
Trust me on this. You have no idea how badly you're missing out.
Cypress Hill loves badarse animals, big puffs of steam and snowscapes. I know this for a fact because for the last few months, I've been following the group's Instagram as well as National Geographic's. It was only a couple of days after following the Cypress Hill account that I noticed the group was basically liking and commenting on everything National Geographic posted.
It's oft touted as the number one lie on the internet - "Yes, I have read the terms and conditions". But knowing what you are agreeing to, especially in regards to rights and privacy of kid's social media accounts - is vital.
Now imagine you're a 13 year old on Instagram (there's more of them than you think) - how do you even begin to make sense of the 5,000 words in those T&C's? Well, a lawyer in the UK has made it all a bit simpler.
San Francisco is a city of long lines, and on a Saturday afternoon few lines here are longer than the one in front of the Chocolate Chair in Japantown. The Chocolate Chair's specialty is Dragon's Breath, neon-coloured balls of puffed rice cereal soaked in liquid nitrogen. When you take a bite, the nitrogen-infusion fills your mouth with a dense, smoke-like gas. Breathe the gas out through your nose or mouth, and voilà, man becomes dragon.
Ever scrolled though the comments section under an Instagram image of say, a fitness model for example? It can get pretty intense. From today, Instagram is introducing a whole bunch of ways to deal with harassment - recognising comments in particular could be managed a little better.
You'll now have the power to turn off comments for individual posts, remove followers for private accounts and on a more positive note, even "like" comments.
As Jumanji has started to wrap up production, Dwayne Johnson's continued to bless us with his Instagram. While we're still on the fence about the movie itself, Johnson's on-set pranks against co-star Kevin Hart are a sight to behold. He always looks like he's having way more fun than anyone else.