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Lolly Page is a modern IT-girl. Covering interpersonal relationships, she teaches how to avoid abuse and set personal boundaries. Modern trends and WTF news are her cup of tea.
5 Ways to Look More Attractive on Dating Apps and Get More Right Swipes
Although it can be tempting to simply start swiping right, it's important to approach dating apps with caution. Put yourself out there by creating an honest profile that reflects your personality, interests, and values.
The Pantone Color of the Year for 2023 Is Viva Magenta
Pantone labels this color as "a nuanced crimson tone" that balances between warm and cool tones, which is supposed to reflect where we sit between the physical and virtual. The hue is also described as "an unconventional shade for an unconventional time."
Microsoft Introduced This Year's Ugly Christmas Sweater Featuring Clippy in the 90s Graphic Style
Microsoft will donate all proceeds from sweater sales to the College Success Foundation, an organization that helps students from low socioeconomic backgrounds successfully earn a college degree.
Google's Imagen AI Tool Uses Text Descriptions to Generate Images
To recognize text input, Imagen uses large language models on which natural speech processing algorithms are based. The tech giant claims that its new text-to-image generator has an "unprecedented degree of photorealism."
The Top 10 Most Popular Emoji of 2021 Unveiled
The most frequently used emoji of 2021 was the Tears of Joy emoticon. It accounts for over 5% of all emoji used. The second-ranked emoji is a red heart, followed by a laughing emoji. The top 100 emoji accounted for about 82% of the emoticons used.
The Pantone Color Institute Announced the Color of the Year 2022
Pantone has named Very Peri the color of the year of 2022, a dynamic periwinkle blue color with an undertone of a violet-red, which combines the familiarity and constancy of blue with the sense of freshness and energy of red.
Laughing at Stupid Jokes Could Be an Early Sign of Dementia
Scientists at University College London have ruled that a bad sense of humor is one of the first signs of impending dementia. Moreover, it worsens on average nine years before the final diagnosis is made.