Internets Slow News Day

Etiquette Hell Forums Are Closing

Etiquette Hell, apparently a place to complain about the world’s terrible manners, has announced their forums “will cease to exist” on June 7th.

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Slow News Day

Roundup Featuring Day Drinking And The Most Idiotic “Summer Hair Challenge” Ever

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Box wine drinking, nipple exposing, and a summer challenge that will challenge you with its challengingness.

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Lifestyle Blogging Slow News Day

Alina Gonzalez Is Still Going Off On Instagram

Alina Gonzalez, JFC. She is still ranting about Emily Schuman and Cupcakes and Cashmere.

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Lifestyle Blogging Slow News Day

Cupcakes And Cashmere Will Elevate Office Drama

Emily, the shrug inducing girlboss behind Cupcakes and Cashmere, apparently lost an employee last week.

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Fashion Blogging Slow News Day

Pink Peonies Might Tagtuck

Rach Parcell, classy and important like a dude, sported an unusual accessory in yesterday’s outfit post.

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Instagram Internets Slow News Day Snapchat Vlogging

Shorty Award Nominees Announced

It’s time for the 9th Annual Shorty Awards, and Instagram and Snapchat thirsties who managed to get nominated are busy flooding their social media feeds with pleas to their fans to go vote for them. And just who are these “influencers“?

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Internets Slow News Day

Tumblr Will Use Affiliate Links In Your Posts

Post-Karp Tumblr continues to slowly morph into The Last Days Of Geocities. They have announced they will now be shoving affiliate links in your posts.

In a couple weeks we’re going to start adding something called “affiliate codes” to links on Tumblr that don’t already have one…What are affiliate codes? Basically, they tell a merchant that a customer came from Tumblr. And if there’s a sale, Tumblr may get a commission for the referral.

They currently allow you to opt out of affiliate links, but critics wonder how long that will last before Tumblr starts forcing users to pay a fee for ‘ad free’ accounts.