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Mountain Dew Apologizes To The UP

Earlier this week Mountain Dew released their new #DEWnited promotion with a map of the US, which had the UP as a part of Wisconsin instead of Michigan. Michigan residents have been angry at the mishap and Mountain Dew has finally responded. Change of plans... @MountainDew do you want to gain a...
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IHOP Teases Another Name Change

Remember last summer when IHOP pulled that publicity stunt announcing they were going to become IHOb instead? Everyone was talking about what the “b” would stand for and it turns out, it was burgers. Well, they’re back at it with another name change, tweeting a short video of the “b” flipping back...
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A Photo Of A Shoe Has Officially Baffled The Internet

Twitter is going crazy trying to figure out what colors they see in this photo.
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Is Twitter Actually Removing the Like and Retweet Features? Developers Respond

After a viral Tweet said the social media platform was removing likes and retweets, the block option, the ability to go private, and forcing users to have direct messages open to everyone, the social media panic started up again.
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Is Milk Coke A Real Drink? You Be The Judge

If you're in the market for unique food and drink ideas, look no further than your Twitter feed.
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Wendy’s Hilariously Roasts Everyone On Twitter For National Roast Day

The official Twitter account for Wendy’s celebrated the entirely made up National Roast Day recently and surprisingly, people and social media managers for brands across the country lined up to be sniped at and savagely dismissed. In case you don’t know, Wendy’s is known for their snarky Twitter...
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Twitter Reportedly Removing The "Like" Button

In a move that could change how we use Twitter, the company's founder is talking about removing the "LIKE" button.
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Twitter Wants Your Help Creating New Hateful Speech Policy

What constitutes a violation of their rules? Social media app Twitter is trying to find a balance between letting the first amendment thrive and keeping hateful speech off of the app.
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