Scripps employee Eric Peguero got into the #spellfie spirit, tweeting on the final night of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, May 29.
CINCINNATI - It seems appropriate that the Scripps National Spelling Bee should spawn a new word. And, it's equally apt for Bill Murray to crash a bachelor party, right?
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CINCINNATI - Enter the Spellfie Even though they’re spelling aficionados, they still enjoy a good selfie every now and then. The 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee kicked off on May 28, and spellers and watchers took the opportunity to engage in a common social pastime: taking selfies. Spelling + selfies = spellfies!
Bill Murray crashes a bachelor party Bill Murray crashed a bachelor party this weekend, because who’s going to stop Bill Murray from showing up at a bachelor party? He had some advice on getting married, in the video that went viral on May 27. Check it out!
New York Post bests ‘Kimye’ wedding coverage Let me be clear: I actually didn’t care about this wedding. I didn’t look at a single photo of the dress. I didn’t even know the wedding was in Italy until after the fact. Heck, I can’t even tell you on which day of the weekend it actually happened because I. Don’t. Care. But I do care about this New York Post wedding announcement, because of its bold social implications (ahem, it went viral and people really got a kick out of it).
White Sox Fan grabs bat, saves baby Call it a maternal instinct, or call it a superpower. Either way, this White Sox fan caught a bat that was flying in her direction, poised to hit the baby behind her, and single-handedly (quite literally) saved the day. The guy next to her has a lot of explaining to do, though.
Twitter, by the numbers A new report predicts that Twitter will have 400 million users by 2018; and while this number may seem like a lot, keep in mind that Twitter execs reportedly expected to hit that 400 million mark by 2013. Does this concern you at all?
Google gets a (mini) makeover Blink and you’ll literally miss the side-by-side comparison of Google’s slight logo change this week. So keep your eyes open and watch this Gizmodo GIF.