You might think it a natural occurrence that a dog dying on an airline flight because the owner was required to place her pet in the overhead bin would somehow organically make the news media. But that isn’t the case. …
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The Washington Post has a list they’ve been updating with all the April Fools Day jokes played by corporations yesterday around the country. Many companies do this in hopes of creating a viral social media response. Some of the jokes …
This viral story caught our attention. A tweet by an Iowa State University sophomore claimed that “you’re not an Iowan unless you’ve tried a Pop-Tart cheese sandwich”. It included a photo of the sandwich. Okay, college students can eat disgusting …
Scientific American has an article that explains scientifically what causes fake news to go viral…and it has similarities to a virus attacking a host. It seems that the the mathematical model showing how a host responds to a virus can …