A mobile dating service based on ethnic and religious criteria has been launched in Russia. Described as dating “in eastern traditions,” it could help you find a second wife with several clicks, its developers say.
An Italian artist has declared a ‘brush-and-ink’ war on mass surveillance – he looks for private photos of high-ranking US intelligence officials, reworking them in a stencil technique. He then posts them on walls in capital cities across the globe.
A New Zealand beer company claims it has come up with a novel idea about how to save the planet “from war and pollution” - with a new type of biofuel, dubbed Brewtroleum. It’s made from the brewing process’s production waste.
Tired of the day-to-day grind we call life? Stop googling “how to battle depression” and start living by the “f*ck that” mantra. The instructions are easily detailed in a new meditation guide – just “breathe in strength” and breathe out you-know-what.
A dangerous stunt was performed by a Calgary man on Sunday, soaring high above the ground in an ordinary plastic chair attached to helium-filled balloons. The performer has been detained by police, charged with causing danger to life.
A beauty blogger, who suffers from acne, has come up with a powerful video made of actual comments to her blog. She says the film shows the impact social media has on people’s lives and what unrealistic standards of beauty the society dictates.
A young Russian woman has died after a fall from the bridge where she was trying to make a memorable selfie next to the Moscow City financial district, police sources say. Her death is the latest in a rash of fatal and near-fatal selfie incidents.