Know the skill you want to hone for your job?
Credits: Codecademy via GMail
Posted on May 15, 2019 May 15, 2019 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags advert, advertisement, advertising, big, clock, Codecademy, face, flat design, friendly, happy, hone, job, pink, round, share button, skills, spread the word, ticking, time, Twitter, you
When it gets this bad, it’s time to lock up the smartphone.
Credits: Laura Weiss, Sprout Social and dribbble via Dribbble, Loho Shee, Animation & Motion and Pinterest
Posted on April 8, 2019 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags Adobe After Effects, After Effects, animation, arrow, calendar, cursor, days, design, Dribbble, envelope, Facebook, flat, flat design, Google Plus, graphic, green, illustration, Laura Weiss, LinkedIn, mail, message, motion graphics, numbers, open, post, publish, publishing, short, social, social media, social network, Sprout Social, Twitter, week
In an age where social media discourse rules the waves of the ‘Net’, you can now acquire something for your home that’s a blend of old and new. Pick your fave tweet and frame it for your living room wall.
Credit: Framed Tweets
Posted on February 17, 2019 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags best, comment, decoration, fancy, frame, framed, Framed Tweets, furnishings, gold, home, internet, old meet new, online, picture, social media, Twitter, WWW
A world of nature in the confines of a jar. An environment truly portable, free to place anywhere and admire any time.
Credits: Jamie Rollo and Twitter via Olivia, a e s t h e t i c and Pinterest
Posted on August 7, 2018 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags art, bottle, bush, glass, grass, Jamie Rollo, jar, mason jar, nature, pixel art, pixels, rocks, spinning, stones, terrarium, tree, Twitter, woodland
When they asked an American basketball player about what he thought of British weather.
Credits: Twitter via Twitter and GIPHY
Posted on April 3, 2018 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags athlete, basketball, Donte DiVincenzo, insult, man, March Madness, moist, player, slam dunk, sport, throw it down, Twitter, Villanova Wildcats, water, wet
The Floss Backpack Kid not only has a passing resemblance to my kid brother Arjun, but my kid brother dances like the FBK. BTW, Arjun is in the midst of GCSE final exams revision. Please wish him good luck!
Credits: Twitter via Twitter and GIPHY
Posted on March 1, 2018 March 1, 2018 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags backpack, child, dance, dancing, energetic, Floss, Floss Backpack Kid, funny, Giphy, kid, NBA Allstar, rucksack, teen, teenager, Twitter, weird
A slideshow GIF featuring logos mainly of news organisations that covered the January 2018 State of the Union in the U.S. alongside Twitter.
Credits: Twitter via GMail
Posted on February 12, 2018 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags 2018, ABC News, broadcasting, Buzzfeed News, emblems, Fox News, HuffPost, January, logos, news, online, PBS, PBS Newshour, Reuters, State of the Union, television, The White House, TicToc, TV, Twitter, Vice News
It’s like a ball of cotton wool, with little legs!
Credits: and via Twitter Giphy
Posted on September 9, 2017 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags ball, bouncing, chow chow, cute, Cute Emergency, dog, floof, fluff, fluffy, furry, kitchen, potato, pup, puppy, Twitter, walking
Twitter is marking 10 years since the hashtag was first used on the social media site by celebrating some of the most memorable uses of the digital symbol.
Former Google and Uber engineer Chris Messina first used the symbol as a way of tagging or categorising a tweet on August 23, 2007, when he suggested the symbol could be used to create group messages.
‘How do you feel about using # (pound) for groups. As in #barcamp [msg]? (sic)’, he wrote.
Happy 10th #birthday, #Hashtag!!
Posted on August 23, 2017 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags #, GeoCities, GifCities, hash, hashtag, logo, Metro, number sign, pound, symbol, Twitter
It was announced last month that popular video service Vine is to be closed down by its owner Twitter due to falling profits and Vine artists leaving for other platforms such as YouTube. Vine has been a great source of GIFs, and tonnes of entertaining, weird and downright silly videos have looped out on it. A sad farewell, Vine. Featured above is resident superstar Jay Versace.
Credits: and Vine, Jay Versace, The Best Vines, YouTube, Unreel Entertainment Giphy
Posted on November 4, 2016 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags closing down, compilation, funny, gifs, Giphy, hoover, Jay Versace, kitchen, loop, shouting, tables, The Best Vines, top Viners, Twitter, Unreel Entertainment, vacuum cleaner, videos, Vine