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I have spent YEARS designing the iPhone 9 and I am mad as hell

CUPERTINO, CA: The bastard Tim Cook has stabbed me in the back and taken everything from me. Today, Apple unveiled two new iPhones at their event about iPhones.  The first iPhone is the iPhone 8: an ancient piece of dogshit tech that we will all forget about in one week. The second iPhone is the iPhone X (pronounced “iPhone ten”): a technological marvel that I cannot and will not ever understand — a device so beautiful that to hold it would be to touch the concept of my own mortality; to come face to face with my maker and, upon meeting His eye, to understand the universe far beyond any degree humanity was ever intended to; to experience, for the first time, what it is to be alive. Read more…More about Apple, Iphone, Humor, Iphone 8, and Iphone X

‘Miles Morales: Spider-Man’ is the story you didn’t see in the movies

This year saw the 3rd reboot of the Spider-Man film franchise in this millennium. More importantly, it’s also the year that everyone’s favorite non-Peter Parker Spider-Man is finally hitting the mainstream.  Miles Morales (who is also the Spider-Man of Marvel’s Ultimate Universe) is a half-black, half-Puerto Rican teen who’s taken up the Spidey mantle after the death of Peter Parker. He’s appeared in the comics for some time, and now Morales stars in his first novel, written by award-winning YA author Jason Reynolds, and out on August 1.  SEE ALSO: Did you catch the Miles Morales Easter egg in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’? Read more…More about Spider Man, Mashreads, Miles Morales, Entertainment, and Comic Culture

Embarrassed Miss Universe gets sweet revenge on Steve Harvey

Revenge is a dish best served cold.  A year later to be exact, if former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach’s antics are anything to go by. SEE ALSO: These are the over-the-top Miss Universe costumes that you need to see On the Miss Universe stage in the Philippines on Monday night, host Steve Harvey was about to announce this year’s winner when Wurtzbach interrupted him, gliding onstage. She then smoothly handed over a thick pair of reading glasses to Harvey. “Thank you so much Pia,” Harvey sheepishly said to a laughing crowd. “A year late, but thank you.” Harvey had caused outrage last year after he misread the winner card and incorrectly announced Miss Colombia as the winner, only to later pronounce Wurtzbach of the Philippines as the rightful queen. Read more…More about Beauty Pageant, Miss Universe, Philippines, Watercooler, and Tv

The scale of the solar system comes down to Earth in this video

The scale of the solar system is truly mind boggling Earth alone is more than 92 million miles from the sun, but even on a smaller scale, the moon is about 240,000 miles from the planet See also: 7 Space Simulators That Let You Explore the Universe Those distances are overwhelming, but a few friends on a mission have created a new video showing how they built a scale model of the solar system designed to help make the scale of the major planets in the solar system and their orbits a little more understandable. “The only way to see a scale model of the solar system is to build one,” Wylie Overstreet, one of the creators of the model said in the video. Read more…More about Planets, Us World, Us, Space, and Solar System

Haunting photography series explores many versions of the self

Maybe somewhere else in the universe, there’s another version of you — someone completely different yet almost the same exists. Among all of us, alternative versions of the self could be lurking with a different past or future. The idea of multiple selves is explored by photographer and artistDaisuke Takakura in his latest photo series entitled “Monodramatic”. See also: 14 beautiful viral photography series of 2014 Takakura was curious about what kind of world it would be if there were many singular selves all existing together in the same space. So using hishis past graphic design work and passion for theater, he created a haunting and beautiful series that makes you question existence and what it means to be your authentic self. Read more…More about Art, Photography, Watercooler, Pics, and Lists

3 Reasons Native Advertising Could Replace Guest Blogging by 2016 by @CopyPress

Official FTC recognition and adoption by The New York Times leaves no doubt in my mind: 2014 is native advertising’s break-out year. Concurrently, the Google Oracle stuck a fork in guest blogging and declared it dead. Coincidence? I won’t discuss Mr. Cutts’ delineation between guest spammers and legitimate contributors. (The subject is well covered here.) Instead, I’ll discuss why 2014 is the year native advertising could begin to replace guest blogging in the content marketing universe. Comparison of Native Advertising and Guest Blogging Before diving into the reasons, let’s compare native advertising and guest blogging as it pertains to legitimate […]The post 3 Reasons Native Advertising Could Replace Guest Blogging by 2016 by @CopyPress appeared first on Search Engine Journal.