The Internet Is Taking Dog Selfies To Help A Manchester Dog Home Ravaged By Arson

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The Internet Is Taking Dog Selfies To Help A Manchester Dog Home Ravaged By Arson
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People are taking to social media after a fire at the Manchester Dogs' Home in England took the lives of more than 50 dogs.

The campaign started when one person took a selfie with his dog along with his donation to the home and asked people to pass it on. The goodwill of people has been incredible and so far more than £600,000 has been raised – obliterating the original £5,000 target.

Those donating have been posting their #dogselfie to help raise awareness and more money. You can join the cause at the Just Giving page through Facebook.

Cringe of the Day: This God Awful Song About Social Media is One of the Worst Songs Ever Written

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The song starts a little more than a minute into the video.
BTW, people paid $1,300 to go to this event.

Goodbye cruel social world...

Social Media of the Day: The Problem With Facebook

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For a long time now Facebook has been filtering your Newsfeed. Most of the post from friends or pages you like aren't delivered to you. This is a stark contrast from Twitter, YouTube, Etc.

Prank Artist of the Day: Revealing Personal Information from Nearby Social Media Posts

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Prankster, Jack Vale, finds a way to gather personal information from social media posts around him to then reveal that back to complete strangers to freak them out.

Iran Launches Its Own YouTube

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Iran Launches Its Own YouTube
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In its latest effort to find alternatives to global Internet services like YouTube, the Iranian government has unveiled its own video-sharing website Mehr in full adherence with its interpretation of Islam. While many Iranians have been known to bypass filters to access YouTube or use other Farsi-centric video streaming sites like Aparat, Mehr is the first state-sponsored venture into online media in the country.