Lets start at the beginning. The United Kingdom voted for Brexit, Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation, and THEN tons of people turned to Google and typed, "What happens if we leave the EU?"—just a few hours AFTER they already voted to do it.
Google Trends says there was a 250% spike in just one hour for people searching "What happens if we leave the EU?"
Friday morning, even more confused people searched, "Are we in or out of the EU?"
Unfortunately proving that we can all be uninformed voters, the term "What is Brexit?" was another top search AFTER the vote. BTW "Brexit" is what the media called the effort of Britian leaving the European Union.
You need to know that a rep for Calvin Harris has since denied this, but someone using Calvin's account (probably Calvin) started responding to hate comments from Taylor Swift fans on Instagram.
The comments have since been deleted, but the two that stand out were about how Taylor "controlled the media and this situation" and about how he's free. Of course Taylor controls the media!
Taylor Swift is basically the face and CEO of a big corporation. She employs numerous people and wants the brand to do as well as possible. So yes, she and her team are going to have a great handle on their PR.
They are just what your diet needs, deep-fried sticks of macaroni and cheese encrusted in Cheetos-flavored breading. Bloomberg points out that this is part of a trend toward blending fast food with well-known snack brands. Remember Taco Bell's Doritos taco?
The Mac 'n Cheetos sticks will be sold for 8 weeks. I suspect they will have a large fan base in Washingtion and Colorado.
The Hollywood Reporter has put together a list of the 100 most powerful people in entertainment. Basically, it's rich white guy followed by slightly less rich white guy. Only 19 women and 10 people of color made the cut. The Hollywood Reporter gets it and says their list reflects "currently reality."
Here's the top 10:
Bob Iger, Disney CEO
Rupert Murdoch and sons, 21st Century Fox
Leslie Moonves, CBS President and CEO
Steve Burke, CEO of NBC Universal
Ted Sarandos, Netflix's chief content officer
Shari Redstone and Sumner Redstone of Viacom and CBS
Game of Thrones continues to dominate the pop culture landscape, even forcing some people away from the Internet until they can get caught up on the latest episode. So how do you torture one of those people? Send them spoilers of course!
According to Spoiled.io, you put the person's info in along with payment of a buck or so, and immediately after each week's episode they'll start sending them spoilers.
Before running off and doing this, keep in mind you're giving your credit card info to a company you've never heard of.