Here are all of the posts tagged ‘beyonce’.
This week; the Internet does April Fools, Hadoken-ing versus Vader-ing and the most annoying teenager on Instagram.
Have a look at what everyone’s talking about this week.
GENIUS: Arthur C. Clarke predicts the Internet in 1974.
EXPLODED: This guy doesn’t want anymore Peeps.
ABBREVIATED: Pay for vowels? April Fools from Twttr.
LOATHED: Meet Lavish, the worst teenager on Instagram.
HADOKEN-ING: Japan’s hottest new meme.
VADER-ING: Trying to out-do Hadoken-ing.
EXCITED: Psyche yourself up for The Wolverine.
SURPRISE: YouTube is finally ready to select a winner.
FOUND: Disney Pixar are finally Finding Dory.
DANCE OFF: Beyonce battles her past selves for Pepsi.
This week; Beyonce, a space monkey and the kids of the future.
It’s that time of the week again, take a peek at this week according to the internet.
SWISH: Is this the next Michael Jordan?
OMG: The Gangnam Style baby.
FAIL: The top Tweets from the Superbowl black out.
CELEBRATED: Facebook turns 9 years old and the first 25 members are recognised.
NAILED IT: Beyonce steals the show at this year’s Superbowl.
PEP TALK: First Michael Jordan…now the next President?
HOAXED: Did Iran do the old switcheroo on their first ever space monkey?
SMILE: Hard and fast rules for taking your selfies.
20SOMETHING: Any 20 year olds out there feeling like this?
DOGTASTIC: Teen swimmer always brings four-legged life preserver.
This week; naughty cats, newest gadgets of 2013 and Facebook faux pas.
Enjoy our first week according to the Internet of the New Year.
STACKED: Lego iPhone cases.
CRIMINAL: Paw prints at the scene of a crime.
ADTASTIC: 2012 YouTube leader board.
COMICAL: Brian Butterfield is back.
WHOOPS: 10 social media disasters of 2012.
PUNKED: Drive thru invisible man prank.
CRINGE: Annoying Facebook couples.
TECHIE: The best new arrivals of CES 2013.
GANGSTER: Look out Gosling fans.
BOOTYLICIOUS: Destiny’s Child reunite.
If the old adage that one good deed deserves another is true, this Sunday August 19th should see kindness spread like wildfire.
We are extremely honoured to be helping the United Nations and pop icon Beyonce make social media history by reaching 1 billion people with the World Humanitarian Day message of hope.
The hope for World Humanitarian Day is that everyone who shows their support will do one act of goodwill for somebody else.
In that single act, no matter how big or small, you are a humanitarian.
How can you help? Lending your support is easy:
- Visit whd-iwashere.org and “Add Your Voice‟ via Twitter and Facebook, and get the word out to your friends do the same.
- On August 19th, make your mark by doing something good, somewhere, for someone else. Visit whd-iwashere.org for suggestions of how you can make a difference.
- Watch as messages from around the world are simultaneously shared via Facebook and Twitter, along with a special World Humanitarian Day performance by Beyoncé.
Beyonce and songwriter Diane Warren have kindly donated their song “I Was Here” to the campaign. Beyonce filmed a video last week at the United Nations General Assembly in front of 1,200 fans, celebrities, humanitarian workers and dignitaries, to be premiered on the 19th.
Here’s a message from Beyonce about the event;
Please share this message with as many people as possible, and help hope reach a billion people.