by Kiyonna Anthony • • Comments Off on Here’s Why Google Is Honoring Nigerian Author Chinua Achebe With His Very Own Google Doodle
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On November 16, Google paid homage to Africa’s greatest story teller, Chinua Achebe, by changing it’s logo to a powerful Google doodle of the legend.
.@google is celebrating the birthday of the author of one of my absolute favorite books, “things fall apart”, on their homepage. happy birthday, chinua achebe. rest in wellness. pic.twitter.com/Y7VtecphJO
by Kiyonna Anthony • • Comments Off on WATCH: Samsung Threw Hella Shade At Apple In It’s Latest Ad
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2017 is almost over and there’s still an age-old beef that needs to be settled: Samsung vs Apple.
Though the majority of the human population are Apple users, Samsung has managed to hold their own for years, despite the stiff competition. Plus the Korean corporation has never been shy about making fun of Apple and all the mania attached to it.
by Kiyonna Anthony • • Comments Off on KFC Only Follows 11 People On Twitter — Here’s Why
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And the award for most clever social media strategy goes to Kentucky Fried Chicken.
The food chain is currently only following 11 people on Twitter — but why is that such a big deal? Well, whoever is in charge of KFC’s account found the most ingenious way to stick to the company’s slogan of “11 different herbs and spices” and literally only followed Herbs and Spices.
by Kiyonna Anthony • • Comments Off on WATCH: Here’s Why #GravitationalWaves Is Trending And What It Looks Like
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We’re embarking on a whole new era as a planet.
According to NASA, for the first time ever, “scientist at LIGO have directly detected gravitational waves and light from a huge collision of neutron stars. Astronomers were able to observe this spectacular event from virtually every time of energy and wavelength.