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Rhett & Link take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves. Do Rhett & Link live together? Are they a couple? Are they actually friends?? The hilarious pair answer all these questions, and more!
”Internetainers” Rhett & Link are the hosts of the most-watched daily talk show on the internet, Good Mythical Morning, which airs weekdays on YouTube.com/GoodMythicalMorning.
Liza Koshy, Markiplier, Rhett & Link, and Hannah Hart use the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about YouTube content creation.
Hannah Hart is the host of hit podcast “Hannahlyze This,” the self-help podcast that just can’t help itself. The podcast tackles candid conversations about mental health, as well as lighthearted takes on new self-help “fads” like rage rooms and suspension chambers.
The link building process can be a time-consuming one, causing many webmasters to look for ways to speed it up. If your goal is to acquire quality adult links, and it should be, you’ll find there are many aspects of link building that just take time.
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When IMG pulled out of Miami Swim Week in 2015 after a 10-year run, it sent brands and buyers into a tailspin. Without a central location and schedule, attendees wore themselves out scrambling from makeshift venue to makeshift venue or threw their hands up in frustration and skipped fashion shows altogether.
After hearing enough complaints, Sam Ben-Avraham, founder of Cabana trade show and Liberty Fairs elsewhere, and Aleksandar Salé Stojanovic, founder of Funkshion, a fashion and event production company in Miami, hope to fill the hole with Magic City. Their five-day, multi-platform fashion and lifestyle fair centers on Cabana’s and Funkshion’s respective locales across Collins Avenue from each other between 21st and 22nd Streets in Miami Beach.
“By joining forces, we’re able to go to the next level of production, logistics and hospitality,” said Stojanovic, of curating fashion shows, educational trade seminars, networking parties and lifestyle activations like culinary demonstrations, concerts and volleyball games with the same scrutiny as Cabana’s vetting process to avoid oversaturation. “The idea is to improve on IMG, and the city of Miami Beach is being financially supportive. They’re 100 percent in because they recognize the potential.”
In the past few years, Funkshion has presented runway collections in a 500-person tent
Facebook has quietly made a big change that could dramatically affect your posts. Facebook is getting rid of the ability to change the image in a link preview.
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Motorbunny, a motorized ride-on-top vibrator designed for both men and women, is offering a new modular controller that allows operation via Bluetooth pairing.
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Online retailer Forward by Elyse Walker and the Council of Fashion Designers of America have linked to launch the CFDA & Forward Rising Talent Retail Program, in which Walker, her buying team and partners Mike Mente and Mike Karanikolas of RevolveClothing.com will mentor up-and-coming luxury fashion designers with retail strategies as well as guiding them in the development of exclusive capsule collections for Forward.
Designers Juan Carlos Obando, Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis of Suno and Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard of Veronica Beard were hand-selected by both parties for the inaugural program, a two-day workshop in Los Angeles on best practices across various verticals through a retail market lens to achieve the next stage of growth. There will be a celebratory cocktail party Tuesday in Los Angeles at the Lombardi House.
“Forward has always been a champion of emerging designers, and with the current shake-ups in the fashion industry, from e-commerce and fast fashion to social shopping, it’s a challenging time for early talent to achieve that critical next stage in their growth,” said Walker, fashion director of Forward. “We really care how their brands are evolving and want to sit back outside the hustle and bustle of fashion week
Earlier this week, Chicago artists Odd Couple, Boathouse, and Kweku Collins released a new EP titled “Spicy Caliente”. The tape gives you five “flaming” tracks that showcases the musical talent of both producers and the artist. Kweku supplies wavy vocals while The Odd Couple and Boathouse comes in with euphoric instrumentals. Check out the EP below.
The Row and Oliver Peoples have linked up for a new eyewear collection that will debut during the clothing label’s Paris Fashion Week presentation.
The six styles, which will come in both optical and sunglass options, will be available in stores beginning in January. The collection will be labeled The Row x Oliver Peoples.
The frames are feminine reinterpretations of long-time Oliver Peoples designs, including the O’Malley style, which will be renamed O’Malley NYC and which marks the first time the Los Angeles-based eyewear company has allowed an outside designer to adopt the frame. The sunglass options all feature custom mineral-glass color lenses unique to The Row’s collection.
“Oliver Peoples is singularly focused on eyewear and in this sense they are experts in the category,” said Ashley Olsen, adding the tie-up will help the sisters’ brand move their eyewear to the next level.
“We felt optical was just as important as sun,” added Mary-Kate Olsen, who said that was why they chose to adapt the O’Malley style.
The frames, which range from $ 350 to $ 600 at retail, incorporate key Oliver Peoples signatures such as wire ridges and discreetly placed logo plaques.
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LOS ANGELES—In a groundbreaking discovery that could help shed light on the evolution of fame, anthropologists from UCLA announcedThursday that they had unearthed a potential missing link between A- and B-list celebrities. “Though such a link has been hypothesized for decades, our team was able to identify a possible transitional individual, which we discovered in a recent independent film, who appears to exist between big-name, bankable movie stars and the secondary tier of supporting and small-screen actors,” said lead researcher Heather Collins, noting that any evidence linking the leading cast of Avengers: Age Of Ultron to California’s most vaguely recognizable character actors could serve as a clue to how stars have ascended the Hollywood ranks over the ages. “When considering the highest apex celebrities, such as George Clooney or Meryl Streep, we must ask: What preceded them? This missing link could be the key to understanding how a …
"We was supposed to show that Juvie was gone and we were still here," Weezy says of naming his "500 Degreez" album as a diss to Juvenile’s "400 Degreez."
UPDATE #2: The purchase link of the MMG rapper’s project is now available.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (via The Guardian) this month concluded that there is no correlation between the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine (MMR) and autism. A total of 95,272 privately…
Carson Daly may have THOUGHT good fences make good neighbors, but his fence just got him sued. Carson owns a house in a really nice part of Santa Monica overlooking the Pacific Ocean. There’s a Chevron gas station next door — we know that sounds weird,…
When I was growing up, my family was a bit unorthodox, on multiple levels. At the same time it was the best of what a family can be.
The love was unconditional.
I have been thinking about that word a lot this year. As I delve deep into the issues of homeless LGBTQ youth, I often hear the youth say that what they are most missing are consistent adults in their lives, ones who can provide a safety net — and unconditional support.
When I returned from college at age 21, I moved back home while I looked for a job. Many of my friends did this in 1984, and a large percentage of the population still does this in 2014.
My parents — my mom, my stepdad and my bio dad — always showed me unconditional love and support. When I came out as lesbian at age 17, I had their support (though my mom struggled, mainly because she didn’t want me to suffer). My mom is the one who told me about a job opening at GayLife newspaper in 1984. When I co-founded Windy City Times in 1985, they were supportive. And when I started my own papers (Outlines, BLACKlines, etc.), they pushed me to do my best. They even gave me a $ 1,000 loan, 20 years before a bank would.
What I see in this next generation of LGBTQ youth is that, for many of them, their hierarchy of needs has been so neglected that they have no trust that anyone will catch them when they fall. And most young adults do fall at some point.
There are thousands of good people and dozens of agencies trying to help on the issue of homeless youth in Chicago. But it is clearly not enough. We must, as a community, do better.
As a result of the Windy City Times youth summit in May, and the subsequent 70-page report, we have been trying to fill in the gaps where youth asked for support. This includes a storage task force being headed by Lara Brooks and funded by the Pierce Family Foundation and the Polk Bros Foundation; the 750 Club Apartment Adoption Project I am spearheading with fiscal sponsor AIDS Foundation of Chicago; a task force on transit costs we are working on with the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless; a job fair we co-hosted with local agencies, including Chicago House, Center on Halsted, Affinity and TransTech; an upcoming entrepreneurial training with StartOut, MB Financial Bank and the Center; a laundry project we hope to launch in 2015; and prevention efforts, foster-care outreach, a push to have colleges better serve their homeless populations, and much more.
The Apartment Adoption Project is what I am most focused on right now. The city and other groups are trying for a “housing first” model of support, since people can’t hold down jobs, go to school, care for their own children, or lead physically and mentally healthy lives without consistent shelter. The apartments will all be managed by existing housing agencies, not individuals. Team captains commit to getting their friends together to raise enough for one apartment for two years. I am hoping this leads to mentorships and other longer-term relationships with youth, ones that can create stability and connection for long-term success. How about each major corporation’s LGBT employee group, and each welcoming religious institution, sponsors its own apartment? Or our sports organizations, political groups and social clubs? (See this link for how this works.)
I am not naive, though I am optimistic. The problem of youth homelessness is large, but Chicago is a city of big shoulders and big solutions.
However, it is going to take many more people, companies, foundations, churches, schools, politicians and nonprofits stepping up to the plate to solve the complex issues that lead to homelessness, including poverty, racism, educational and criminal-justice inequities. LGBTQ issues are really just part of the puzzle.
People often help out once a year around the holidays, putting in volunteer time, donating toys and coats, and giving good cheer. But these youth need to eat 365 days a year, they need a bed 365 nights a year, and they need consistent, unconditional support, 365 days a year.
Tracy Baim is publisher of Windy City Times. This editorial is in the Christmas issue of the weekly LGBTQ newspaper (see here). See more details on the homeless youth summit and subsequent projects at this link.
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If we’re going to play the word association game with “heavy metal” immediate responses would probably veer towards “dark” “sad” and “working class” But according to a new study from City Lab and the Martin Prosperity Institute one should also consider “wealth” and “high quality of life” ‘Rolling Stone’ Readers Choose…
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