Startup company, OverDog has created the eponymous app that lets fans enter multiplayer mode with big names (as well as not so big names) in sports. The company has enlisted over 300 athletes to be on its roster. It works by allowing the athletes to set up a challenge that fans then sign up to, and a random lucky winner is chosen to play the game. Like basic Call of Duty gameplay, the players communicate over speakers and headphones, which gives the fans the opportunity to have a quick chat with their hero before beginning to play.
This Video Shows Why Facebook Acquaintances Should Rarely Visit in Real Life
If we were talking about Twitter, no acquaintances will probably visit me because 99% of them are foreigners
‘As social animals humans have developed brains to accommodate for hunter-gatherer societies up to about 150 individuals. Geographical distributed limited that number, but now, with Facebook and other online sites, it’s easy to have an infinite number of acquaintances that you never really interact with on a daily, monthly, or yearly basis. To bring this theory to life, we are sharing this video from internet prankster, Greg Benson.
‘It’s Real Life Facebook, and it’s strikingly awkward, unless you’ve actually met all of your Facebook friends…’
Texting and Chatting Changed Even the Meaning of Period Punctuation
When I tweet, I use a dash instead to mean that I might add more more text or my text is unfinished. Here are deeper and emotionally packed implications:
‘Say you find yourself limping to the finish of a wearing workday. You text your girlfriend: “I know we made a reservation for your bday tonight but wouldn’t it be more romantic if we ate in instead?” If she replies,
we could do that
Then you can ring up Papa John’s and order something special. But if she replies,
we could do that.
Then you should probably drink a cup of coffee: You’re either going out or you’re eating Papa John’s alone…’
Here is proof that NSA spies for dark motives
Top-Secret Document Reveals NSA Spied On Porn Habits As Part Of Plan To Discredit ‘Radicalizers’