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Google Weans Itself Off Of Google+

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Google Weans Itself Off Of Google+

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24-year-old Yik Yak CEO: Running a fast-growing startup is ‘crazy stuff’

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Yik Yak started with colleges, but CEO Tyler Droll has his sights set on creating a product every bit as compelling as Facebook.

The anonymous messaging app, created by Furman University graduates Droll and Brooks Buffington in 2013, is now used by millions of students on more than 1,600 college campuses from Ireland to New Zealand. Users post text and photos, and people within a five-mile radius can then view them and respond.

Behold, the perfect lyrics for ‘The Legend of Zelda’ theme song

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The Legend of Zelda series has some of the most iconic music in all of gaming, and yet very little of it has been given the beautiful lyrics it deserves. Until now.

Animation studio Fox ADHD has lovingly crafted a lyricized version of the game’s theme song. Dedicated to the time-wasting aspects of Link’s journeys, the parody theme song pays tribute to throwing chickens, smashing pots and cutting grass.

Keep doing you, Link.

Facebook now lets you restrict who views videos by age and gender

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As Facebook takes aim at YouTube with a growing video platform, the social network is giving advertisers and publishers more say in who sees their videos.

The company said Tuesday that video creators will now be able to restrict their audience by age and gender, in addition to the location and language options it already offered

It’s also rolling out a new “secret” mode, which makes videos playable only to those with a direct…

Facebook now lets you restrict who views videos by age and gender

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As Facebook takes aim at YouTube with a growing video platform, the social network is giving advertisers and publishers more say in who sees their videos.

The company said Tuesday that video creators will now be able to restrict their audience by age and gender, in addition to the location and language options it already offered

It’s also rolling out a new “secret” mode, which makes videos playable only to those with a direct…

Facebook now lets you restrict who views videos by age and gender

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As Facebook takes aim at YouTube with a growing video platform, the social network is giving advertisers and publishers more say in who sees their videos.

The company said Tuesday that video creators will now be able to restrict their audience by age and gender, in addition to the location and language options it already offered

It’s also rolling out a new “secret” mode, which makes videos playable only to those with a direct…

The McDonald’s Secret Menu: Stop dreaming, start ordering

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Prepare your stomach because the McDonald’s “Secret Menu” may be far from myth.

In a recent Reddit AMA with a UK-based McDonald’s manager, the employee revealed that customers can indeed order a secret menu item, though the items aren’t as secret as you might think.

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Left to right: The Land, Sea and Air Burger; The McGangBang

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According to user OrchidHibiscus, who claims to be a shift manager at a…

Armageddon avoided: Relics of America’s atomic arsenal gather dust in the southwest

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The back roads of America are speckled with relics of what could have been Armageddon in America, if the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union had come to a head.

Though the Cold War never got hot, America was prepared for the worst, with everything from underground nuclear bunkers to house important figures to facilities that developed uranium and plutonium for nuclear bombs. In Arizona and South Dakota, nuclear missiles gather dust as they still sit in place, pointing skyward.

The…

Armageddon avoided: Relics of America’s atomic arsenal gather dust in the southwest

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The back roads of America are speckled with relics of what could have been Armageddon in America, if the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union had come to a head.

Though the Cold War never got hot, America was prepared for the worst, with everything from underground nuclear bunkers to house important figures to facilities that developed uranium and plutonium for nuclear bombs. In Arizona and South Dakota, nuclear missiles gather dust as they still sit in place, pointing skyward.

The…