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We will be compiling news from the Digital Marketing world as well as some of the latest Internet News and Trends here.
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- Tue, 27 Jul 2021 17:30:41 +0000: Vagina tunnels and sneaker closets: the escapist appeal of celebrity house tours - Internet | The Guardian
In new column Internet wormhole, Guardian Australia writers take you to their favourite corner of the web. First up: an inviting – and voyeuristic – YouTube series
Looking back to early pandemic times, it was probably Architectural Digest’s video tour of Dakota Johnson’s Hollywood home that nudged me down the YouTube hole of celebrity house tours.
Like many millennials my Instagram feed is at any given moment peppered with aspirational content from sites like The Design Files and a stream of homogenous pastel-hued influencers. But sitting housebound with my partner and cat in our rented, single bedroom flat, the Fifty Shades of Grey star’s whimsical tour of her tastefully decorated mid century Hollywood home and kitchen stocked with unreasonable quantities of limes (“I love limes, they’re great and I like to present them like this in my house,” she explained) offered a welcome hit of late night escapism from the more foreboding stuff unfolding across the internet in March 2020.Continue reading...
- Mon, 26 Jul 2021 05:52:23 +0000: Australian swimming coach Dean Boxall’s wild celebration goes viral after Ariarne Titmus wins gold - Internet | The Guardian
The coach pumped the air, ripped off his mask and hip-thrusted a railing to become an instant meme among Tokyo Olympics viewers
There are ways to celebrate and then there is Dean Boxall’s way to celebrate.
From his position above the pool, penned in behind a railing, the swimming coach of newly crowned Australian Olympic champion Ariarne Titmus set the internet alight on Monday with a frenzied celebration in Tokyo.
Ariarne Titmus’ coach’s reaction after she won gold in the 400 metres - instantly iconic pic.twitter.com/dIdTgC6qv0
If my coach doesn't react like this when I have a big win then i don't want it https://t.co/9utbDyuyGc
DEAN BOXALL IS ALL OF US!!!! YES ARNIE!!! Staring down the and WINNING!!! #Tokyo2020
the Dean Boxall moment was almost designed to go viral. i’d never heard of him before but pretty confident he’ll now never have to buy himself a beer ever again. how good #Tokyo2020
Bloody hell is this Aussie behaviour. Straight to the Brisbane 2032 vision board. https://t.co/jcTJr3XOqz
Just want to watch a video of Australia swim coach Dean Boxall losing his mind, while a somewhat terrified #Olympics staffer tries to calm/redirect him, on a loop forever.
Congrats to Titmus' coach for earning meme of the week statusContinue reading...
- Sun, 25 Jul 2021 12:08:19 +0000: Tennessee man died from heart attack after ‘Swatting’ over Twitter handle - Internet | The Guardian
Man pleads guilty to conspiracy after British caller sent heavily armed police to the house of Mark Herring, 60
A 60-year-old man in Tennessee had a heart attack and died after being “Swatted” over control of a Twitter handle.Continue reading...
- Sat, 24 Jul 2021 20:00:32 +0000: Negative criticism: can the surge in Google review defamation cases be stopped? - Internet | The Guardian
Defamation law changes mean complainants must demonstrate serious harm has been suffered as a result of comments
It was a moment of frustration for Jaimyn Mayer in February 2019 that led to a year of legal woes. The 23-year-old from Brisbane had been helping his mother in a long fight against a secondhand car dealer over a car she had bought from them for $24,000 in 2017. Nyst Legal had been acting for the car dealer.
Mayer left a one-star review on Nyst Legal’s Google page. There was no text to the review, and he did it under his own name, despite never having been a customer of Nyst Legal, as he acknowledged.
For a lot of clients, they’re not really looking for cash.Continue reading...
- Fri, 23 Jul 2021 16:15:50 +0000: Charities call for ‘Amazon anti-waste law’ after firm denies destroying in-date food - Internet | The Guardian
Allegations grow against online giant as new footage appears to show good food and electronic equipment marked as waste at a depot in Scotland
Charities have written to the prime minister calling for a new anti-waste, or “Amazon law”, to be introduced in the UK as the online retailer was forced to deny new allegations that it destroys in-date groceries – as well as household goods such as laptops and TVs.
Footage and photographs of Amazon’s Dunfermline depot in Fife, taken by one of its workers, appear to show boxes of groceries, including crisps, tinned food and soft drinks, being earmarked as waste. They included products with intact packaging that had not passed their best-before date, according to the video recordings obtained by ITV News and the Times newspaper.Continue reading...
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