"What was that?" -Trevor Noah's reaction perfectly summed up all our feelings on last night's presidential debate
The COVID pandemic has become the perfect storm for mental health issues. The existential anxiety of a contagious virus, the feelings of isolation and loss from social distancing, the stress of economic upheaval, the anger about ongoing racial injustice brought into sharp focus.
Scrolling through Twitter is like holding a giant mirror to culture. Every thread, image, and RT adds a layer to the current state of politics, fashion, and popular culture.
First and foremost, there is no fair use in commercials. Let me make that crystal clear. A brand cannot use someone else's copyrighted materials to sell something without licensing said materials.
Imagine there was an AI that could help you to create a new viral dance like the “Renegade” or the “Woah”. Well, that’s exactly what Facebook has just created. The social media giant, recently announced that their team has developed a new AI that can choreograph unique dance moves for any song.
More time at home has led many people to try home workouts, bake sourdough, or pick up a new hobby. But for many others (*takes a look in the mirror*) it’s led to a significant increase in screen time. As a result of this additional time spent on devices, social platforms have all seen an uptick in usage.
“Her record of accomplishment — fighting tooth and nail for what’s right — is why I’m choosing her. There is no door Kamala won’t knock on, no stone she’ll leave unturned, if it means making life better — for the people.” - Joe Biden
On the horizon of the 2020 Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, the retailer is taking a step back from its usual strategy. Instead of hiring influencers to help sell their favorite sale items, the brand is using them to sell a message of safety and reassurance.
The beginning of quarantine for many of us was filled with experimentation, especially when it came to food. Let’s not forget that as a nation we all tried to make a perfectly whipped dalgona coffee or the fan-favorite banana bread. But, four months after the fact, it appears that people are starting to prioritize something that can easily be overlooked, mental health.
Scheduled for a mid-September release, the new iOS 14 features will include an emoji search, more user-friendly app library, and removal of the full-screen takeover when using Siri and calling someone among others. However, what’s been making waves in the advertising industry is its latest mobile privacy update: upon launch, iOS 14 will ask users to either continue allowing apps to track their personal data & mobile usage, or simply opt out.