Word Of The Year News
Twitter Can Now Target Ads Based on What Emoji You Use
Twitter is banking on the idea that what a person wants may be in the emoji they tweet. The company is letting its advertisers target Twitter users based on the emoji they tweet, many of which tend to involve food and drinks. For instance, if a person tweets hamburger and beer emoji, they could see
Dictionary.com's Word of the Year Is 'Xenophobia'
Reflecting contentious 2016, Dictionary.com picks 'xenophobia' as word of the year
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E-Smokers Rejoice: 'Vape' is the 2014 Word of the Year
"Vape" is the Oxford English Dictionary's word of the year. If you’re a little hazy on the meaning, it means to inhale and exhale the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette device, which are themselves also sometimes known as vapes. The word was coined as a way of distancing the act of e-smoking
'This Week' Roundtable: Second Term Slump
Matthew Dowd, Greta Van Susteren, Bill Kristol, Donna Brazile, and Steven Rattner on President Obama and Congress.
13 Unforgettable Things About the Year 2013
From the Year's Biggest Stories to What We Got Addicted to, Here's Everything You Need to Know about 2013
Instant Index: Remembering Daughter of Walt Disney, Diane Disney Miller
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'Breaking Bad' Alternate Ending Leaks Online; Check Out Eva Longoria's New Boyfriend
quicklist: 1 title: 'Breaking Bad' Alternate Ending Is Hilarious text: A hilarious "Breaking Bad" alternate ending has leaked online and reveals the entire show might have been a bad dream caused by fried Twinkies. Bryan Cranston decided to have a little fun with his two best-known characters, the
The Political Twitter Hall of Fame (Shame?)
When Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) first heard Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," he must have taken the song to heart. Cohen, 63, attended a Memphis soul music commemoration event at the White House this week and tweeted at Lauper , who performed there: "@cyndilauper great night,couldn't