Noticed this image circulating a fair bit today and immediately questioned its authenticity as that's too good of a mistake to not get noticed. So, as ya do, I had a quick properly look and from what I can see so far, it's a fake.
1) The 'dot' on the I within Tesco's font (which is actually named 'Tesco') does not have a square 'dot' [Purple arrow]. Note the other two lines [blue arrows] (one I wrote and the original label one) are circular.
2) [Blue arrow] There's a very... [read more]
The internet these days is a weird and wonderful place, however what's real and what's not is usually a problem for many folk to decipher, especially since the popularisation of Photoshop. Which is why I always like to check my sources (if available) before believing something.
However, a lot of places didn't check their sources with this story. It went viral Tuesday with various websites carrying it with various titles like "Cheerleader Takes Dump On Teammates In Mid-Air", as you can see in this article.
It didn't take long to do the rounds on Facebook, Instagram... [read more]
For a lot of men around the world, yesterday was like all of their Christmas mornings coming (literally) together at once, thanks to a hacker who has been able to breach the security surrounding Apple's iCloud and harvest pictures and videos from various high profiled celebrities accounts and release them online.
At first, the anonymous (not the decent group Anonymous) hacker was at first basically given the middle finger by many people who didn't believe him/her that this had been done, so the hacker responded by posting a preview screenshot.
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Take a look at this picture I took yesterday and tell me if you can see any text wrote on it?
Unless you've got the eye of a hawk, then the answer will probably be no. However there *is* text on there. And I'll also tell you how to achieve this quick and simple way, which you could use if you create images yourself and don't want others taking credit for them - without having to plaster your image with visible text.
Ok, so you'll need an image, I will use... [read more]
I always find pictures from years ago very interesting and like getting a feeling of how life used to be back in the day, but one thing that I do like too is when pictures are restored or brought more up to date (i.e; coloured in). Not more so than one that I found online earlier.
The picture, titled Wrong Turn: 1921 from the National Photo Company shows an old car that's broken. The original picture is in pretty much colourless as you can see below.
Now a member from Reddit who goes by... [read more]