Office fans now can now find a stare for any emotion. Some popular searches are happy:
Apparently there are 706 stares to choose from, and if you watch them all there is supposed to be a surprise video at the end.
If you're like me, you've wanted to catch the leaves changing on your camping trips, but end up booking right before or after they've fallen.
But now you're in luck!
The National Park's Service has given us a fool-proof way to peep on their website, so you can book your holiday at the right time for the best views!
So you can take a beautiful bike ride...
...stiffly hang out at awesome vistas....
...or take a beautiful drive through the woods on the loudest motorcycles known to man:
But let's be honest, you'll probably still just be doing this:
So maybe just think about supporting our Parks Service here.
After some inspiration from a friend with dyslexia,Victor Widell, decided to make a website that could show what it feels like. This is just a page on his blog which he has programmed to constantly switch the letters of words around as in the GIF above. According to CNN, this is not the only way dyslexia presents itself but seeing words move or letters rotate is very common. If you're having trouble reading the words in the GIF, this is what it says:
A friend who has dyslexia described to me how she experiences reading. She can read, but it takes a lot of concentration, and the letters seem to 'jump around'.
Cape Breton Island in Canada has set up a website encouraging those who plan on fleeing the U.S.A. if Donald Trump wins the Presidential election to immigrate to their beautiful island. They are highly reviewed as a tourist spot and before you ask, yes, they are 100% serious. It even says so in their FAQ:
Why are they doing this? Apparently the island's locals are desperate for company. The website explains it like this:
Our population is shrinking. A slow economy, in combination with out-migration has us on an unsustainable path. The truth is we welcome all, no matter the ideology. We have a beautiful island, a friendly people, a rich culture and a bright future. Join us here on Cape Breton Island!
If you go to Rick Santorum's official website, you might find a picture of 4chan founder Christopher Pool (a.k.a Moot) sandwiched in between two photographs of the former Republican presidential candidate. First spotted by a Redditor, the image was soon confirmed as authentic by a spokesperson for the web design firm National Builder, who revealed that the site was designed by a contractor at the political consulting firm Brabender Cox. ... could this have been a clever web designer's intentional ploy to make the website go "viral"?