Cheddar began with business news via live online video. Meanwhile, the digital media startup (which sold to cable operator Altice USA for $200 million in April) has taught viewers about folding-laundry robots , motorcycle garages , cord combining , custom earplugs , the caveman workou t and non-violent bullfighting — to name a few of its most popular videos.
TheYouTubeCandidate How Joey Salads, a Staten Island prankster,could meme his way into Congress By Makena Kelly Photography by Hilary Swift for The Verge Joseph Saladino — better known as Joey Salads, internet prankster — is half-naked when he opens the door.
Devin Gardner makes some fucked-up Furbies, but they’re widely loved on Instagram and Tumblr. Hunched over his desk in his bedroom turned workspace, the 24-year-old painstakingly “skins” vintage Furbies by removing their furry casings.
Starbucks’ new Tie-Dye Frappuccino is a confusing miasma of misguided choices. The drink, which launched its five-day limited run Wednesday, looks like someone put the essence of Rainbow Brite into a blender with Yellow No. 5 food dye, then tried to make amends by plopping a dollop of whipped cream on top — which is to say, like nothing resembling real, edible food.
CLOSE LOS ANGELES — Even after all these years, the offer still sounds really enticing. Point a camera at yourself, attract an audience, and get rewarded for your efforts by YouTube. Pose with a product and make money from brands on Instagram.
Belle Delphine, the now infamous Instagram model known for selling her used bath water , is capitalizing on her product’s success “one last time.” The 19-year-old announced on Twitter that she is once again selling her bath water, this time in quantity.
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