The way emailing is done can potentially look a lot different to users in the next few months. Mark Zuckerberg announced today that Facebook is currently adding a new emailing service application to its site.
According to The New York Times, the tech savvy will soon get the chance to step away from the modern way of emailing and gain other ways to communicate. With an @facebook email address, users will be able to use text messaging and online chat services as a way to connect as well.
The new system will organize both personal and work contacts messages by its significance. It will also contain a filter that can quickly go back to past conversations a person has had.
Pitting state against state tends to leave the picked on quite sour. Bitter about it is alright. Getting all loco and stressed is quite another.
Research has shown that New York by far leaves its residents the most stressed out of any other state. The Daily News reported that 1 in 5 New Yorker's feel they don't have time to deal with their own stress and are more stressed compared to other Americans when it comes to personal safety, living costs and health issues.
It goes as far as some New Yorker's admitting that they eat unhealthy food or lay awake at night worrying because of the anxiety. Seriousness aside, put down the coffee and step away from the Starbucks people.
Guessing New York as the answer shouldn't have been too hard to do. What, thought something more like Minnesota or Kentucky? Not a chance.
Former college freshman neighbors Todd Wiseman and Milos Silber went from living in NYU’s Hayden Hall to founding a media company using the very same name. The film majors started developing Hayden 5 Media back in 2005 and since have had to creatively become business partners while continuing to work on the production side of the company. Needless to say, the two have made a very smooth transition. New York based H5M now produces such media like national commercials, television shows, films, music videos and content for the web, and it doesn't look like project opportunities will be going away anytime soon.
Look at this, it’s a Mario bustling down a street in his rusty kart! Super Mario Bros fans in Spain took it to the next level this Saturday when the Arcosur Neighborhood Association of Zaragosa named a street after the always favorite childhood game.
“Avenida de Super Mario Bros” was unveiled and residents came to celebrate. The immortal theme song played on with a Mario mascot and people wearing fake black mustaches. Association President Antonio Almudi Miranda stated, “We are people who grew up living with video games. We know them very well. I'm 25. I'm the same age as Mario."
More jealous than Luigi is an understatement. Duck Hunt Road better be in the works soon for the US.
Wheel of Fortune actually got fun Friday night when contestant Caitlin Burke solved a seven word phrase that consisted of 27 letters.
She must have had a bunch of letters on the wheel already, right? Not even close. She solved the phrase with knowing that just one letter was an L.
Check out the video here. The answer speaks volumes.
Generation X's admiration for big trucks and an overcompensated way of living is gone as Generation Y now brings the tech with a side of green.
The economic downturn hasn’t let up, and the younger generation has consciously changed their lifestyles because of it. As Senior Writer Allison Linn of MSNBC points out, the days that everyone drove cars are over. It’s currently more common to take public transportation while gluing ourselves to the latest technology gadget instead.
The economy can get quite depressing, so turning to technology where young consumers can keep in contact with friends and keep up-to-date with what’s new has made them less dependent on cars and more in tuned with going green.
Looks like Facebook has just added another friend to the site. This time--its all royalty. Queen Elizabeth II of Britain has joined the friend connecting site and wants YOU to like all of her status updates!
Alright, not really. The British Monarch has joined the network though and has frequently kept the public in the know with information already.
Seems just like yesterday when you could only make an account on Facebook with a college email address.
Former "The Real World: Boston" cast member Sean Duffy ran for a seat this past election. And he actually won!
The 39-year-old Republican from the 1997 series won a House seat this Tuesday for Wisconsin. Washington after a Boston firehouse stint is quite the accomplishment in the real world.
There's two points to know about Duffy if his name isn't ringing a firehouse
bell. He married Rachel Campos-Duffy from "The Real World: San Francisco" and he lived with Cyrus during his television season. Come on, everyone knows who Cyrus is.
Whiskey stones may be needed to keep the party--and flavor going. When the crowd gets too overwhelming the drink may start to feel unappreciated when set down. So add three whiskey stones to that glass. The stones will cool down the liquids without shutting out the taste.
Never has there been so many directions for a Thirsty Thursday, but here goes: Don't forget to store in the freezer for at least four hours, pour the whiskey until it reaches the height of one stone and oh, let stand for five minutes.
At least the drinking and socializing will be what takes the most time out of the night.
Canadian Avril Loreti brings her best manners to the table with a collection of handkerchief art.
Mustaches, kisses, sprinkled treats and middle school flashbacks. Now heading to dinner after a day of work will no longer mean that creativity has to stop at the door.
So don't cry over spilt milk and over cooked peas and carrots. Laugh in the uniqueness that's placed on your lap and move on to dessert.