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These works of art defy the laws of gravity With a variety of objects and many color bases available, Levitation X will give you something to awe at when you enter your home. Read more...More about Tech, Art, Mashable Video, Levitation X, and Future Blink http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/TXg7mdQveKE/

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This BBQ grill sidecar brings a tasty additional meaning to the biking term ‘hog’ Inspired by his love for bikes and grilling, Thor Drake decided to combine the two, creating every biker's dream.  Read more...More about Tech, Mashable Video, Motorcycle, Bbq, and Grilling http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/lO5CsFMj5wY/

The mannequin head meme has Twitter shaking A viral video of a rapidly shaking mannequin head has taken off on Twitter and soared to meme status.  The mannequin shaking it to club-pop ambiance is turning out to be incredibly relatable for its visualization of pent up anger making its way to the surface. mannequin shaking vibrating short hair red wig sophie music playing bass blasting bumping pissed angry mad store white doll pic.twitter.com/8yQikfo9Fe — reaction videos (@findurmeme) September 18, 2019 SEE ALSO: 20 AirPod memes that continue to be extremely relatable Now that Twitter has unleashed the shaking mannequin head meme upon the world, we use it to convey our rage, frustration, coffee-induced caffeine attacks, and more. Whatever the situation may be, Shaking Mannequin Head knows how you feel and is fully equipped to represent you.  Read more...More about Twitter, Head, Shaking, Mannequin, and Culture http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/NQ8t-pskA7U/

Instagram will restrict some diet posts, once users complain The days of detox teas and lip filler posts overrunning your Instagram may be numbered. Facebook announced Wednesday (via The Guardian) that it is changing its policy around posts that peddle diet products and monetarily promote cosmetic surgery. It will age-gate content that sells these products, making them invisible to anyone under 18. It will also outright ban posts that make "miraculous claims" about diet products with links or codes to buy. But as with any new content policy, the devil is in the details. Facebook is drawing the (albeit fuzzy) line for the policy around posts that are clearly meant to generate sales of the product. How egregiously promotional a post has to be to fall under the policy is not yet clear, meaning the products and services could still have a strong presence on the platforms, if they're careful about wording. Read more...More about Instagram, Body Image, Influencers, Tech, and Social Media Companies http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/SfEmApHkqAs/

Meet the couple with the world's largest Garfield collection — Mashable Originals Kathy and Robert Kothe have been collecting Garfield memorabilia for over 35 years. Kathy's record-setting collection includes 6,192 unique items, though their home holds over 14,000 items.  Read more...More about Comics, Mashable Video, Collection, Guiness World Record, and Garfield http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/nyMvx--u6do/

WeWork had DMC perform at a meeting justifying cost-cutting layoffs Because when explaining massive layoffs to your employees, there's nothing like a performance by legendary hip-hop artist Darryl McDaniels of Run-DMC to make it all go down easier.  So appeared to be the thinking of WeWork (since rebranded as The We Company) co-founder Adam Neumann who, at a 2016 all-hands meeting justifying the decision to layoff 7 percent of the company's workforce in an effort to cut costs, brought out DMC to play a set for those lucky enough to still be employed by the newly penny-pinching business. And yes, the tequila shots flowed.  So reports the Wall Street Journal in what is, frankly, a bonkers recounting of the co-founder's escapades over the past few years.  Read more...More about Wework, Tech, and Big Tech Companies http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/n5QkRQ0Tsr0/

Tom DeLonge from Blink-182 leaked UFO videos, the Navy confirms Just in time for everyone to storm Area 51, the Navy confirmed that videos shared by Tom DeLonge's alien academy do, in fact, show "unidentified aerial phenomena."  The former Blink-182 vocalist and guitarist founded an organization called To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2017. The organization seeks to "advance society’s understanding of scientific phenomena and its technological implications" — in other words, it's a UFO watchdog.  Last week The Black Vault, a civilian archive of declassified government documents, reported that the Navy released the dates of three "officially acknowledged" encounters with unidentified flying objects. Dubbed "FLIR1," "Gimbal," and "GoFast," the three videos in question show what American armed forces refer to as "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena," or UAPs.  Read more...More about Aliens, Ufo, Blink 182, Culture, and Web Culture http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/_yfp96Pjcgo/

U.S. Senators grill Facebook, Google, and Twitter on extremist content Google, Facebook, and Twitter were all once again on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, this time for a hearing on violent online extremism. The hearing, titled Mass Violence, Extremism, and Digital Responsibility, was held by the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Senators questioned representatives from the three major tech companies to find out what they’re doing to combat and remove violent extremist content from their platforms.  On the same day as the Senate hearing, the Washington Post obtained a copy of a draft bill in the House that would create a “national commission” to oversee harmful internet content. The bill, if passed, would create a commission to study “the ways social media could be weaponized.” The commission, which would be part of the Department of Homeland Security, would also have the ability to hold hearings and subpoena tech companies. Read more...More about Facebook, Twitter, Google, Youtube, and Congressional Hearing http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/sguc1WbdknY/

Cirque du Soleil's high tech fits make customizable cocktails The outfits were built to make custom-made cocktails and fragrances. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Nyfw, Cirque Du Soleil, Future Blink, and Tech http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/wrvj2iOMO4Q/

Mercedes is the latest carmaker that wants in on e-scooters Micromobility is more than just jargon for electric scooters, e-bikes, and even electric skateboards. It's a way to keep customers brand loyal even if they've ditched the car.  That's why Mercedes-Benz is the most recent big-name car manufacturer to build its own electric scooter, the ultimate micromobility product. At the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany last week, the German company slipped in this nugget: As part of its EQ electric vehicle "family," the two-wheeled battery-powered device would be added as the newest member. It includes the same EQ branding as Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Coming in early 2020, the scooter was one of many accessory announcements, like toy cars and headphones, separate from any auto news.   Read more...More about Mercedes Benz, E Scooters, Tech, and Transportation http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/01EY6uDv1-M/

On today's edition of Insight with Pastor Mercy, we'll be taking a look at "Imbibing & Reviving the Reading Culture" with distinguished panel of discussants. Showing today on Loveworld Plus by 12 noon(GMT+1). www.loveworldplus.tv/watch You can also watch previous episodes on Loveworld Plus Web TV via http://bit.ly/INS_Pl

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