A smart new addition to the royal family, a good measure of backlash on Twitter, and the latest on Facebook’s data privacy scandal. It’s time for My Five.
It’s an unseasonably warm Friday, and it’s also time for yet another My Five. If you enjoy mildly amusing Twitter parody accounts and want tips on how to be a billionaire, boy howdy, is this the post for you.
A busy week involving Mark Zuckerberg explaining the internet, bots taking over Twitter, YouTube getting hacked, and a BBC news reporter taking a tumble.
This week’s My Five features some marvellous marketing, amusing online PR, and a little bit of potentially sinister SEO.
A painful week for Australian cricket and Facebook as Google launches mobile first indexing. GDPR apocalypse and some legendary photoshop fails top off My Five #279.
This week’s My Five is all about Bali switching off the internet, a blogger faking a holiday, Google updating its algorithm, and Asos printing a limited edition typo.
While Google is off fighting baddies, others are playing Mario Kart or using fruit to pay for their train; Some animals are getting offended and some are taking selfies. It’s time for My Five.
It’s an alcohol-filled My Five this week featuring some creepy robots, new Facebook features, and a confused referee.
A snow-smattered My Five featuring a Beast from the East, a bread crisis in Ireland, and an Olympic medalist snowboarding in a park in Essex.
In this week’s roundup of important news you may have missed, we explore what happens when a man farts uncontrollably on a plane, and send our thoughts and prayers to those affected by the KFC crisis.
A robotic dog, an athletic dog, Social Media updates, and Stories galore. It must be My Five.
The Winter Olympics blasts off. As does a Tesla car (into space). Februdairy is a thing. Funny questions and Lady Doritos? It is My Five time.