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- Kitchensurfing Allows You to Buy a Private Chef
If you’re having people over, and you want to serve them something that would blow their minds away, but you can’t cook to save your life, then Kitchensurfing is exactly what you need. For only $25 (€22) per person, people can enjoy the luxury of having a private chef do all the hard work while they can just reap the fruit of a perfectly cooked meal. All you have to do is...
- Twitter Is Outraged Over Offensive Bus Ad
Since nowadays nothing gets past the scrutinizing eye of social media, a sexist bus ad was very unlikely to pass unnoticed, especially when famous figures on Twitter became involved in the matter and did their best to draw attention to the disturbing issue. South Wales bus company NAT Group had come up with what they claimed to be a tongue-in-cheek ad which was supposed to garner more people’s interest. And it did, just not as one might expect. The ad, which portrays a t...
- Facebook to Release Its Own Search Engine
It seems that Facebook is taking an aim at Google by experimenting with its own search engine which will prevent users from leaving the platform. It all began as a rumor when several iOS users started noticing some changes, but the company has already confirmed that the in-app feature will be made available soon enough. "We're piloting a new way to add a link that's been shared on Facebook to your posts and comments," a Facebook spokesperson told
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