A VidCon veteran reveals this year’s big takeaways

Image: brendan gahan People go to VidCon to take selfies with YouTube stars. For the last eight years, Ive gone to learn about the changing landscape and the future of video. What Woodstock was to music, VidCon is to digital video. Ive attended from the beginning, so Ive gotten to see the event mature from…

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The Grenfell survivor rebuilding his life, two weeks on – BBC News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOlu feared he and his family would be killed in the fire Two weeks ago, Olu was preparing to climb down from the 14th floor of Grenfell Tower on a makeshift rope of tied-together bed sheets, with his daughter on his back. Thankfully, he survived, after firefighters…

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Early Harry Potter reviews felt the magic, duh

A first edition of 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' for Bloomsbury that was later sold for 12,000 pounds.Image: Sang Tan/AP/REX/Shutterstock In case this article is the first thing you’re seeing on the internet today, it’s been 20 years since the first Harry Potter book was released. As the book (and subsequent books) grew in…

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Google Ventures partner shares tragic story about his child’s battle with a pre-existing condition

While the GOP races to see if they can secure the votes to pass the Senate’s version of the American Health Care Act, aka “TrumpCare,” more people are adding their voices to the call for the bill’s defeat. The bill, if passed, would have a profound and devastating impact on the poor, elderly, and people…

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Carrefour pulls dog meat from China stores, 5 years after it promised to

Image: Yves Logghe/AP/REX/Shutterstock French supermarket Carrefour has announced it’s removed dog meat products from two of its outlets in China. The news comes amid ongoing backlash against the consumption of dog meat in the country. But perhaps what comes as a bigger surprise is that the supermarket giant carried dog meat in the first place.…

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Dog models run-way ready ear hair and the internet can only dream

Beachy waves are a great summer style for anyone who wants to look trendy yet low maintenance. If you’re having trouble getting the perfect soft curls, then Twitter user Kerbie Gibbs has the solution. pic.twitter.com/oPBtFWazwK Sierra (@24penguinsierra) June 25, 2017 same here!! pic.twitter.com/jFk28BqQkq miss pakora (@MeanPakora) June 26, 2017 So does my cat pic.twitter.com/Pg2EsMEKH7 (@workftdrake)…

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Kid picks up a leaf blower and is ready to take over the world

This kid picked up his grandfather’s leaf blower and went absolutely mad with power. The leaf blower boy seems pretty ready for supervillain school since he’s got the whole maniacal laughter part down. In fact, the boy demonstrates that no one on Earth is safe from his wrath, that is until someone bigger gives him…

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Angry cow just wants to play cricket with the humans

Clearly, someone gave this cow bad directions to the Running of the Bulls festival. A lost cow was spotted spectating a village cricket match between two English cricket clubs on Saturday, and for some reason, it really wanted to get involved. The Mossley Cricket Club shared a clip of the strange moment on Twitter. SEE…

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Watch an adorable puppy meet a farm full of goats

The internet loves goats and puppies, so putting the two together is an instant classic. The Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, Maine recently added a new addition to its family: a Saint Bernard puppy named Frances. Overloaded with cuteness, the farm decided to film Frances as she met her new buddies, and it’s as adorable…

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The internet’s love of gorilla memes continues and the new one is giving a TED Talk

Gorilla memes are still hot, hot, hot, according to sweet internet trends. It’s been a one year since the internet got their memes out for Harambe, and it’s still easy to find memorials to that ape. And just recently, the “Maniac” dancing gorilla has reminded us all about the power of movement. SEE ALSO: On…

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