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Tracee Ellis Ross might have just delivered the best ‘73 Questions‘ yet

Room temperature water in glass bottles, hot baths, kisses, Game of Thronesand the hours between 3-6:30 p.m. What do these random things have in common? They all are adored by Golden Globe winner Tracee Ellis Ross, who you know from sitcoms black-ish and early 2000‘s Girlfriends. In the latest installment of "73 Questions" from Vogueand possibly the first one that isn‘t awkward and feels actually pretty naturalRoss takes the viewe

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How to kill‘ your marketing and profit from its demise

The authors of "Killing Marketing" say if you don‘t evolve, you‘ll die Marketing and innovation produce results, wrote Peter Drucker, all the rest are costs. Sadly, in a world where over half of all digital advertisingan industry expected to hit 75.6 billion by the close of 2017won‘t be seen by an actual human that assessment no longer stands. At least not when it comes to marketing. The symptoms are everywhere. Ad blockers, fak

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iOS 11 finally forces Uber off your tail

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JK Rowling and Mark Zuckerberg among those donating to Mexican earthquake relief

As Mexico City continues to recover from the huge earthquake that struck the city earlier this week, celebrities, companies and popular figures, both in the U.S. and Mexico, are stepping up with donations and fundraising. SEE ALSO: Here‘s how to help Mexico after another deadly earthquake Most notable was Facebook, which pledged 1 million to the Mexican Red Cross‘ recovery efforts on Wednesday afternoon, as noted by founder Mark Zucke

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Photos from Puerto Rico reveal the devastating power of Hurricane Maria

This year has been a historic one for hurricanes, with major storm after major storm churning through the Atlantic. Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, and Maria all reached "major hurricane" (Category 3 or above) status as they spun through those warm waters. And as these storms have lashed not only the U.S. mainland but many of the smaller islands that populate the Caribbean and the Atlantic, we‘ve been reminded of what a devastating and destr

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Tesla might have a new partner to develop self-driving car ‘brains‘

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Amazon‘s ‘Hunger Games‘ for a new HQ puts cities in a race to the bottom

Welcome to The Hunger Games, Amazon HQ edition. Almost every major city in North America has publicly stated that it will submit a proposal to become the home of Amazon‘s second headquarters, which the company claims will include 50,000 high-quality jobsToronto Mayor John Tory has already called it "the Olympics of bidding," a fun comparison since cities also tend to bid aggressively for the Olympicsonly to end up regretting it years later.

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Nice guy gets played by troll for way longer than anyone deserves

Some people are just too good for this world. A couple years ago, YouTuber DanielFromSL took his tried-and-true trolling to the multiplayer survival game Rust, where he found a very helpful and very trusting player that was willing to teach him the ropes. Daniel played up his faux cluelessness way longer than anyone deserves, and the poor player who was just trying to help spent way too long putting up with his antics. The video recently resu

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These people have earned a sweet reward by making the world a more welcoming place

(function() { var s = document.createElement(‘script‘); s.type = ‘text/javascript‘; s.async = !0; s.src = ‘//adserver.pressboard.ca/v2/embedder?media=131735‘; var d = document.getElementsByTagName("script")[0]; d.parentNode.insertBefore(s, d); })(); People do wonderful things for each other on a daily basis, but it‘s not every day that they‘re acknowledged for it. DoubleTree by Hilton wants to ch

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Why Nintendo doesn‘t just do business as outlined by its fans

Nintendo has one of the most dedicated fan followings out there. While that often means there‘s a whole community of gamers singing its praises, it also often results in crowds of those same gamers angrily rallying together to decry some of its more questionable business decisions. SEE ALSO: Why you still can‘t back up your saves on Nintendo Switch Go on any online forum and you‘ll see it: Tons of people questioning Nintendo&lsq

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This student built the world‘s largest Game Boy in his school lab

It‘s been 28 years since Nintendo gave us the classic Game Boy. Now, a student in Belgium has super-sized it, building the largest Game Boy in the world, which has earned him a Guinness World Record award. Read more...More about Gaming, Nintendo, Guinness World Records, Guinness Book, and Gameboy

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Surreal astronaut photos show the danger and beauty of Hurricane Maria

A hurricane seen from space has a certain kind of beauty. On the one hand, you objectively understand that the huge storm is wreaking havoc on the ground below it, yet on the other, you can‘t help but marvel at the extreme display of nature‘s ability to create something incredible. SEE ALSO: Terrifying Hurricane Maria videos shared from Puerto Rico and Dominica New photos taken by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik on the International Spac

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An online workout program that could actually be fun

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Your best-laid plans to hit the gym after work keep getting derailed? It happens: commitments pop up, plans fall through, and mostly, Netflix beckons. SEE ALSO: The audio jack is officially dead invest in some wireless headphones Some days you only have 15 minutes to crank out a few reps. Other days you‘ll have a bit more time, but transpo

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Face filters come to Instagram Live

The next time you go live for your Instagram followers, you‘ll be able to spice it up with some face filters. The fun filters, stickers, and effects with which you bedeck your Instagram photos are now available for live video, Instagram has announced. All you need to do is tap the face icon in the bottom right corner of your screen during your broadcast. Filter options will appear; tap one to see how it looks. SEE ALSO: This couple had a te

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Netflix has pulled this children‘s show after a very NSFW discovery

It‘s not every day you‘re forced to shield your child‘s eyes while watching children‘s television show. Maya the Bee, a show on Netflix created by Studio 100 Animation and based on a German children‘s book, came under fire this week after concerned mothers noticed a crude drawing of a penis in one of the scenes. Nope, this isn‘t a debunk-able Disney momentthere are screenshots to prove it. SEE ALSO: Netflix&lsq

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iOS 11 makes sexting on Snapchat riskier than ever. That‘s why you need the next update.

iOS 11 has just blessed us with a cavalcade of newfangled, super useful features. But, with every blessing comes a curse. One that Snapchat sexters need to know about. The new update for iPhone and iPad which dropped this week has a swanky "Screen Recording" feature that makes it easy-breezy for you to record disappearing photo and video snaps with a mere tap of a finger. Uh-oh. Senders of sexually explicit and risqu snaps: here‘s everythin

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This pigeon is way more religious than you‘ll ever be

Animals are many, many things, but religious isn‘t a word you‘d normally associate with them. There are exceptions, though. SEE ALSO: This very polite pigeon is the London Underground hero we all need On Wednesday, James McVey captured a video of a pigeon that appeared to be deep in prayer: The caption was simple, but effective. Religious pigeonpic.twitter.com/9u2SQqxXOK James McVey (@TheVampsJames) September 20, 2017 We may never

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Wes Anderson goes to Japan in the ‘Isle of Dogs‘ trailer

Eight years after Fantastic Mr. Fox, Wes Anderson is once again diving into stop-motion animation - and the results look just as good as you‘d expect. SEE ALSO: Dog and kitten are the epitome of friendship goals The story follows a young boy who sets out to find his dog - who, like all dogs following the spread of dog flu throughout Megasaki City, has been exiled to Trash Island. He‘s aided in his quest by a pack of mongrels voice

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Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why racetracks have weird angles

Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chuck Nice, and Gary O‘Reilly discuss the reason racetracks have such high banks, and how math can be used to determine the maximum speed in a turn. Check out all the full StarTalk podcast here. StarTalk on Mashable is a video series, produced by Mashable and StarTalk Radio. StarTalk Radio is a podcast and radio program hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Follow StarTalk Radio on Twitter, and watch StarTalk Ra

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Big fat Stratolaunch plane tests all six of its engines

Remember the "Roc"? The awe-inspiring, gigantic carrier aircraft from Stratolaunch, the company owned by Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen? SEE ALSO: Microsoft cofounder tweets a picture of his ginormous rocket-launching plane Back in June, it was ready to make its first rollout for a series of tests, starting with fuel testing. Well, this week the six-engine mothership completed its first round of engine testing, as tweeted by Allen: Started up @S

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Toddler can‘t help but tear up while watching a dinosaur fall down

Pixar movies are known for their impeccable animation and unparalleled storytelling, sure. But, they‘re also known for their ability to turn adults and children alike into blubbering messes. For example: Poor 2-year-old Jentree just couldn‘t keep it together during an emotional scene from The Good Dinosaur. SEE ALSO: Toddler has adorable reaction when hearing his dad play guitar for the first time My mom sent me this video of my 2 y

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There‘s another Louvre museum, and it‘s floating on an artificial island

Did you know there‘s more than one Louvre? That‘s right - the world famous Paris museum has loaned its name and some of its art to a new structure in Abu Dhabi, which floats on an artificial island. Ooh la la! Read more...More about Tech, Architecture, Innovation, Island, and Louvre Museum

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Police close road to investigate a grizzly find... sort of

Lane closures on the road sure are annoying, but imagine your road-rage if you found out the traffic jam you‘d been stuck in had been caused by... a Halloween toy. SEE ALSO: Policeman stops traffic to rescue a tiny kitten trying to cross the road The Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit (UK) were called out to the A19 and shut down a lane after a report from a concerned citizen about a "suspicious looking item". They supplied a p

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What unites the right and the left? Hating Google, of course.

Google can‘t seem to please anyone these days. In a fiercely divided political climate, the search giant has unwittingly aligned a growing chorus of politically diverse voices who all agree on one thing: that Google has way too much power. On one front, Google is a prime target of a growing progressive movement to tighten anti-monopoly laws they argue aren‘t equipped to govern a new era of tech giants. SEE ALSO: Criticizing Google may

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