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‘Stranger Things’ Lego Remake Will Make You Crave For Season 2

Everything is awesome with this Lego stop-motion remake of “ Stranger Things .” YouTube channel Bookshelf Productions  used the Danish company’s colorful toy bricks and figurines to recreate key moments from the Netflix sci-fi horror’s first season.  Will’s disappearance, Eleven’s sudden arrival and Barb’s fate are just three of the crucial events remade for the clip. For people who haven’t yet seen the spooky show, be warned that the video does contain spoilers. For everyone else, it’s enough to make you yearn for season 2 ― which will  reportedly be in production next year. Check it out in the clip above. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related Coverage + articlesList=57c5b25be4b09cd22d92c65d,57c886ade4b078581f120edc,57c6d62ee4b0a22de093258b — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms

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This Dell Laptop Never Worked. How About A Refund?

Leslie Woz' Dell laptop is a lemon, and now it's out of warranty. Should the company honor an implied warranty? Question : I need your help with a Dell Inspiron laptop that died from a failed motherboard after 14 months. While on the surface it would seem that since this is beyond the 12-month warranty period, I believe that we had a valid case for an exception because the laptop did not function correctly from day one, required three onsite visits by technicians who took the laptop apart and replaced numerous parts, as well as several very long technical troubleshooting sessions over the phone in which it was discovered that the laptop had the wrong or outdated software. The laptop was finally repaired to the point of being usable three months after the purchase date, and I believe that it is only fair that the warranty should have started at that point.

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She Voted For Clinton And Then Died A Happy Woman, Says Son

  Scott Harris’s Facebook post about his 90-year-old mother Anita Harris casting a mail-in ballot for Hillary Clinton and then dying a few days later has launched a blizzard of internet love. He posted on the not-so-secret-anymore Facebook group National Pantsuit Day on Nov. 2, where Clinton supporters showered him with sympathy and support. Here’s a screen grab of what he said: My mom. Voting for HRC

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Elderly Sisters Gramma and Ginga Are Cracking Up The Internet

Gramma and and her sister Ginga , 102 and 97, have captured the internet’s heart with their cussing and bickering. The West Virginia pair have been fighting like this forever and Ginga, whose real name is Arlene Cody Bashnett, told the Daily Mail : “We love each other but that doesn’t stop us from driving each other crazy.” Indeed, don’t we all have a Gramma or Ginga in our families? Heck, even Jimmy Kimmel interviewed them ― during which Ginga propositions him  and Gramma tells him that he’d better shave his beard. He invited the sisters to watch and review HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” In this latest YouTube episode, the two outspoken sisters leave 45 minutes early for church which is three blocks away. There’s plenty of sass and vinegar and language that might make you blush!  — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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Weekend Roundup: How to Curb the Mobocratic Algorithm of Social Media

Wael Ghonim is the internet activist who helped spawn the Arab Spring in Egypt with his Facebook posts. During those heady days in Cairo, as he explains in an interview with The WorldPost , Ghonim came to realize that, “the algorithmic structure of social media amplified and abetted the turn to mobocracy” because it is designed to bring together those with common passions and sympathies irrespective of whether the information they share is truth, rumor or lies. In our present moment, says Ghonim, “Donald Trump is the living example of the damage mobocratic algorithms can do to the democratic process.” The challenge has thus shifted, he says. “While once social media was seen as a liberating means to speak truth to power,” Ghonim argues, “now the issue is how to speak truth to social media.” Since “people will be as shallow as platforms allow them to be,” he explains, Ghonim proposes that the big social media companies focus on creating a “meritocratic algorithm” that rewards credible information and dialogue, not just the broadcast of “sensational content” to the like-minded. As Nick Robins-Early reports, the Pirate Party in Iceland may soon have the chance, at least in coalition, to test social media in governance. If the anti-establishment party is elected in this weekend’s vote, among the pledges they’ve made is to  change the constitution to a crowdsourced document

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Facebook’s Targeted Ads Could Be Used To Exclude Certain Races

Imagine if, during the Jim Crow era, a newspaper offered advertisers the option of placing ads only in copies that went to white readers. That’s basically what Facebook is doing nowadays. The ubiquitous social network not only allows advertisers to target users by their interests or background, it also gives advertisers the ability to exclude specific groups it calls “Ethnic Affinities.” Ads that exclude people based on race, gender and other sensitive factors are prohibited by federal law in housing and employment. Here is a screenshot of a housing ad that we purchased from Facebook’s self-service  advertising portal : The ad we purchased was targeted to Facebook members who were house hunting and excluded anyone with an “affinity” for African-American, Asian-American or Hispanic people. ( Here’s the ad itself .) When we showed Facebook’s racial exclusion options to a prominent civil rights lawyer  John Relman , he gasped and said, “This is horrifying

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Facebook Has Halloween Snapchat-Like Filters For Live Video

There’s no denying it: Snapchat filters are a damn good time. So it’s no wonder  Facebook  has decided to adapt the concept for themselves ― though specifically for Halloween. On Thursday, Facebook announced that it’s rolling out Halloween-themed selfie filters for live video. Facebook is calling the filters “Live Masks.” You can only use them during a live video broadcast. To use them, simply launch the broadcast, tap the magic wand in the upper left corner and select the masks icon.

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How The On-Demand Economy Can Scale

If you think the on-demand economy is a new phenomenon, think again. Case in point: Webvan. The once-lauded delivery startup quickly fell from grace when it triggered the dot-com burst in 2000. The company, which was once valued at $8 billion and holds the title of highest IPO in Silicon Valley history, attempted to create a universal delivery system where consumers could order groceries and other items online and have the items on their doorsteps in just an hour.

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