Ashlee Martinson was once known for her gruesome horror stories she posted online. Known by her online name of “Vampchick“, her readers would never have predicted that her tales of blood could become a reality.
Halloween is upon us and 171 million Americans are getting in on the action. This holiday is expected to bring in more than $8.4 billion this year, growing $1.5 billion since 2015.
While the Dark Web is hopefully somewhere you have never browsed, there is a particularly interesting story coming out it. One American man has been arrested for stealing from those looking to purchase illict goods.
There are literally thousands of healthy blogs out there, but not every one is full of information you can trust. With such an important topic like your personal health, you should be very careful at what health blogger you put your trust in.
In other words, according to Mashable writer Josh Dickey, you don’t have to get rid of your Samsung Galaxy Note 7; that’s what he’s doing, at least.
He published a post yesterday with a title that certainly resulted in the post’s stats exploding: “You can pry this Galaxy Note7 from my cold, possibly scorched hands.”
(But we don’t really want that to happen to his hands…) [Read more…]
One Singapore blogger is bringing the topic of free speech in the country into the international spotlight. Amos Yee is known in the country as a controversial teenage blogger and has once again found himself in legal trouble for his posts.
Popular blogger, BecBoop was live-streaming her morning commute on Periscope when something shocking was caught on camera.
A teenage blogger in Saudi Arabia is facing serious charges in Riyadh after online conversations between himself and an American blogger went viral.