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How much does it cost to live the life of the Instagram famous? Answer: a whole lotta money. One woman in New York found that out the hard way after she went $10,000 into debt trying (and failing) to become an Instagram celebrity.The New York Post reports that after moving to New York in 2013 for an internship, the now-26-year-old Lissette Calveiro began living above her means to shoot photos of
Most land-speed record holders are adrenaline junkies, who spend years sweating through engineering challenges for the chance to get out on the salt and go fast. Eva HÃ¥kansson hates that part. We caught up with her at the Melbourne EV expo for a very entertaining chat...Continue Reading Interview: The fastest woman on a motorcycle tells us why she hates going fastCategory: MotorcyclesTags:
the ex-vandal created PRESSURE 1.2 in the hopes of self-analyzing past practices with his new life as a contemporary artist.The post david mesguich presents sculpted woman amidst riots in nantes, france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
More and more cameras are getting Internet connectivity these days, opening the door to new security and privacy concerns. A Dutch woman learned a creepy lesson on this recently when her Internet-connected camera started tracking her and talking to her.The Next Web reports that Rilana Hamer purchased the small Internet-connected camera a couple of months ago from a local discount store called Act
Apple has updated its collection of emojis with 52 new icons, including a zombie, sandwich, elf and a woman wearing a headscarf. Read more
A woman shooting a selfie lost her balance at an art exhibition in Los Angeles recently, causing a reported $200,000 worth of damage to the artworks. The whole thing was caught on camera and can be seen in the 35-second surveillance video above.Hyperallergic reports that the woman was visiting The 14th Factory, a collaborative art experience organized by the Hong Kong-based British artist Simon B
A 42-year-old woman from New Jersey is suing the popular theme park Hersheypark after she fell from a watercraft while posing for a picture at a photo op reports that Denise Spicuzzo and her family arrived at the park on the June 15th, 2015, and the group stopped to take a photo with the personal watercraft used as a static display at the park for photo ops.The lawsuit states that vis is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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