DEADBEAT is a supernatural comedy starring Tyler Labine (“Reaper”) as Kevin, a hapless medium who will do anything to finish New York City ghosts’ unfinished business. Brandon T. Jackson (“Tropic Thunder”) plays Kevin’s best friend Roofie, Cat Deeley (“So You Think You Can Dance”) makes her scripted series debut as celebrity medium Camomile White and Lucy Devito (“Melissa & Joey”) plays Sue, Camomile’s put-upon assistant.
It’s a never-ending task to educate kids about online safety and “Take Charge!” as parent(s). Today is Safer Internet Day (#SID2014) and, to acknowledge the importance of online safety, Cox Communications offers insights into teen cyberbullying, general online usage and tons of resources for parents, caregivers and educators.
Love is in the air. It’s February and that can only mean one thing. Football is over. Wait. No. It also means Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. To make this month a little more loving, online payment platform PayPal (@PayPal) is giving away poems. Each day from now until February 13, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. (PT) you can get a custom poem on demand (#poemgrams) from a real, live poet.
Today’s Apple announcement at WWDC showcased two new iPhones, the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. The three biggest takeaways were: M7 motion chip, the camera and Touch ID–fingerprint security. Find out more about these to decide if one of the next generations iPhones will soon be yours:
You never know when this little factoid might come in handy. The ginormous online community that is Reddit, broke their own Guinness World Record with 44,085 participants from 130 countries in their December 2012 secret santa gift exchange. Who knew so many people would be willing to send a gift to someone they don’t know.
Seeing as though “royal baby” is the number one search on Google right now, people around the world are eagerly anticipating this little royal’s arrival. If you can’t get enough of all things Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, we have two ways you’ll be among the first to get the big news.
Can you imagine waiting since 1944 (that’s 69 years!) to see your experiment come through to fruition? The folks at Trinity College Dublin are celebrating because they’re the first to catch a drop of one of the most viscous substances ever, pitch tar, falling on camera. The video is only 18 seconds long and is actually fun to watch, otherwise it wouldn’t be one of our faves. Congrats, Trinity College!