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Serious question: Does Donald Trump even know there's a total solar eclipse coming up?

Serious question: Does Donald Trump even know there's a total solar eclipse coming up? Next Monday, a total solar eclipse will darken the skies across the U., from coast to coast, for the first time in about 100 years.

How @YesYoureRacist became the internet's fastest tool to identify white supremacists

How @YesYoureRacist became the internet's fastest tool to identify white supremacists Twitter account @YesYoureRacist enjoined users to circulate photos of the Charlottesville marchers in hopes of identifying them over the weekend.It didn't take long for the account's popularity to surge and for the messages to flood in.

Obama's Charlottesville response just became most-liked tweet in history

Obama's Charlottesville response just became most-liked tweet in history Barack Obama may not be the president anymore but that's not stopping him from making history.Now, just days after the former president responded to the tragic violence with a powerful Nelson Mandela quote, his tweet has become the most-liked in history.

The internet gives film titles totally British makeovers and it's absolutely brilliant

The internet gives film titles totally British makeovers and it's absolutely brilliant The people of the internet have decided that film titles don't sound British enough.In order to amend this, Twitter users have been rewriting popular film titles under the hashtag #makeafilmtotallyBritish.

Wokieleaks Is On Fire

Wokieleaks Is On Fire This is a completely valid point given Washington and Jefferson were both slaveowners.People will be trying to remove themhis Geller' @Replying to dgi) epicrollerAudible gasps here as Trump asks if protesters will tear down statues ofGeorge Washington next.

Solange deleted her Twitter account, but left this stirring note in its wake

Solange deleted her Twitter account, but left this stirring note in its wake Public figures are using their social media platforms this week to denounce everything from white supremacy to Donald Trump's incredulous "many sides" argument.That's the move Solange pulled on Tuesday when she unexpectedly announced she would be leaving Twitter without explanation.

The only 'Game of Thrones' recap we need is one made with corgis

The only 'Game of Thrones' recap we need is one made with corgis We rely heavily on all the great Game of Thrones recaps out there to help us figure out what the hell is going on in Westeros from week-to-week.But all those explanations start to look the same, and just like what we're looking for in each week's episode, we need a little action.

After Charlottesville, tech companies are forced to take action against hate speech

After Charlottesville, tech companies are forced to take action against hate speech One focus of tech companies' efforts has been to quell The Daily Stormer, a website launched in 2013 by neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin.Recently The Daily Stormer gained mainstream attention for their bigotry in Charlottesville.

All the people (and things) Trump actually thinks are racist

All the people (and things) Trump actually thinks are racist President Donald Trump has had an especially hard time convincing Americans he's not racist this week.In fact, after searching through the depths of the Trump Twitter Archive, it's clear Trump has no problem publicly decrying things and people as racist — so long as they're not Nazis or white supremacists.

Hackers just broke into HBO's Twitter accounts amidst weeks of security breaches

Hackers just broke into HBO's Twitter accounts amidst weeks of security breaches The HBO hackers strike again — this time taking control of the network's official social media accounts.According to tweets posted on HBO's Twitter, a group identifying themselves as OurMine breached HBO's main account, claiming to be "testing" the security and encouraging the network to reach out for an upgrade.

Malala Yousafzai reveals which college she'll be attending on Twitter (congrats!)

Malala Yousafzai reveals which college she'll be attending on Twitter (congrats!) On Thursday morning, the recent high school graduate announced on Twitter that she would be attending Oxford University to study philosophy, politics, and economics.The 20 year old, who began tweeting in July, shared a screenshot of her confirmation status to the university, expressing her excitement and wishing fellow students good luck in the years ahead.

JK Rowling just roasted Donald Trump again with one incredibly ironic observation

JK Rowling just roasted Donald Trump again with one incredibly ironic observation There's literally no shortage of shade from J.K.

From 4chan to Gab: Where hate speech is thriving online

From 4chan to Gab: Where hate speech is thriving online There’s nobody saying 'no, we stand for free speech.After that, Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin said—on Gab—that he was "Gab 100%.

The internet's masterful troll of Trump's 'beautiful statues' comment will make you LOL

The internet's masterful troll of Trump's 'beautiful statues' comment will make you LOL After Donald Trump tweeted Thursday about how "foolish" it was to tear down statues and memorials dedicated to the Confederacy, unsurprisingly, people were up in arms.We're sad!

Steve Bannon is history, and everyone's making the same joke

Steve Bannon is history, and everyone's making the same joke Steve Bannon, Trump's White House Chief Strategist, has officially left the building and the internet can't help but notice his impeccable timing.Amidst a nationwide debate over the decision to remove Confederate monuments — which Trump sees as "beautiful" pieces of history — from the country in wake of the deadly rally in Charlottesville, the people all over the web can't help but make one big joke about Bannon's exit: That joke, of course, is that Bannon has become an ousted Confederate statue himself.

Elon Musk is back to taking fans' ideas to make Tesla ownership even better

Elon Musk is back to taking fans' ideas to make Tesla ownership even better You can call Elon Musk any number of things, but you can't claim that the multi-hyphenate CEO billionaire can't take feedback on his company's work — especially on his one-of-a-kind Twitter profile.This is far from the first time Musk has interacted with the public on the social platform for product feedback and ideas for new features, notably asking his 11.