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People are mad that Tana Mongeau beat MrBeast for the Streamys 'Creator of the Year,' but her fans overwhelmingly voted the most

  • Not only was she seemingly surprised, but a lot of the reactions online skewed pretty negatively – including from other YouTubers.
  • A tweet from Daniel "Keemstar" Keem, who heads Drama Alert, expresses that MrBeast should have won the award instead, and it got even more engagement than Mongeau's tweet announcing that she won.
  • It's unsurprising that drama and commentary channels would pick on Mongeau, because she's been a target for a while, but in this case they're directing a lot of anger and judgment toward the Streamys and the circumstances of Mongeau's win.
  • A quick glance back at the nominations, announced via tweets on the Streamys account, show Mongeau had the most engagement by far.
  • Retweets as well as standalone tweets and replies counted as the votes for the category, and Mongeau's nomination tweets each had significantly more engagement than her competition – including MrBeast, who didn't have a lot of fan support at all compared to Mongeau.

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Stonehenge 1875 family photo may be earliest at monument

  • An 1875 photograph of a family dressed in finery enjoying a day out at Stonehenge may be the earliest such snap taken at the monument.
  • English Heritage asked people to send in their pictures to mark 100 years of public ownership of the stones.
  • The exhibition shows how photography has changed - illustrated by "the way that people pose" and how "their faces have got closer to the camera until they are taking a picture of themselves more than they are of Stonehenge", said Ms Greaney.
  • English Heritage is now asking people to get in touch if they know of an earlier family snap at Stonehenge.
  • The earliest known photograph of Stonehenge, not featuring a family, is thought to date from 1853 - 22 years earlier.
  • Mr Parr chose 10 of the images in the exhibition and said he hoped to track down the couple in his picture.

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Remember HQ Trivia? It's trying to make a comeback

  • New York (CNN Business) - HQ Trivia brought joy -- and some cash -- to millions of people, but despite the game's virality, the start-up behind it struggled.
  • When HQ launched in 2017, its first game HQ Trivia quickly attracted millions of people across the US and Canada who stopped whatever they were doing twice a day to play trivia live on their smartphones.
  • HQX's photo challenges are similar to the way some people use the video app TikTok, bringing their own creative takes on memes and vying for likes.
  • HQ sells extra lives for its trivia games, and it will sell "boosts" on HQX so players' photo submissions get shown to more voters.
  • Yusupov said HQ originally intended to launch that service sooner but chose to prioritize releasing new games first.

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The Age of Instagram Face

  • A class of celebrity plastic surgeons has emerged on Instagram, posting time-lapse videos of injection procedures and before-and-after photos, which receive hundreds of thousands of views and likes.
  • On a Wednesday afternoon, I parked my rental car in a tiny underground lot, emerged next to a Sprinkles Cupcakes and a bougie psychic’s office, and walked to a consultation appointment I had made with one of the best-known celebrity plastic surgeons, whose before-and-after Instagram videos frequently attract half a million views.
  • The plastic surgeon Jason Diamond was a recurring star of the reality show “Dr. 90210” and has a number of famous clients, including the twenty-nine-year-old “Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent, who has posted photos taken in Diamond’s office on Instagram, and who told People, “I’ve had every part of my face injected.” Another client is Kim Kardashian West, whom Colby Smith described to me as “patient zero” for Instagram Face.

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How to print emails from your iPhone using either the default Mail app or Gmail

  • Technology really does keep making our lives easier and easier.
  • Printing was once a laborious task, needing a physical connection between the printer and computer.
  • So if you had something you wanted to print from your phone, you'd need to send it to your computer first.
  • Today, if you have an iPhone and a wireless printer using the same Wi-Fi network, you can print a photo, note, or email off your phone in less time than it took me to write this sentence.
  • If you want to print an email from an iPhone, you just need to know where to tap.
  • Insider receives a commission when you buy through our links.

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Apple iPhone 11 review, 3 months later: Why it's my favorite iPhone - Business Insider

  • But the reason I finally decided to purchase a new device was three-fold: I wanted a better camera, I wanted the feeling of buying the latest and greatest, and I wanted something I really liked looking at (specifically, the minty green color).
  • But when the phone was finally unveiled, I had a hard time picking a color — the coral was fun, the blue was bright, and the red was vibrant, but none of them felt like me.
  • And I think if you already own an iPhone XR, there is zero reason to upgrade, unless you're craving one of the new colors — the devices are nearly identical, and you don't need the wide-angle lens anyway.
  • If you've been holding onto a years-old device and you're considering making the switch to the iPhone 11, I would recommend it — in a fun color, of course.

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Apple iPhone 11 review, 3 months later: Why it's my favorite iPhone - Business Insider

  • But the reason I finally decided to purchase a new device was three-fold: I wanted a better camera, I wanted the feeling of buying the latest and greatest, and I wanted something I really liked looking at (specifically, the minty green color).
  • But when the phone was finally unveiled, I had a hard time picking a color — the coral was fun, the blue was bright, and the red was vibrant, but none of them felt like me.
  • And I think if you already own an iPhone XR, there is zero reason to upgrade, unless you're craving one of the new colors — the devices are nearly identical, and you don't need the wide-angle lens anyway.
  • If you've been holding onto a years-old device and you're considering making the switch to the iPhone 11, I would recommend it — in a fun color, of course.

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Trump and his campaign have edited the president's head onto the bodies of 3 different people — including a genocidal Avengers villain — in the past month

  • As President Donald Trump is on the cusp of being the third president to be formally impeached by Congress, his social media team is bewildering the internet by editing the president's head onto fictional and public figures.
  • In the past month alone, Trump's team have tried to command the news cycle and distract the country from the impeachment investigate with bizarre photo edits of Trump's head on the bodies of three fictional characters or celebrities.
  • The altered video showed Trump, as Thanos, snapping his fingers and wiping out a group of House Democratic leaders announcing they would introduce articles of impeachment against Trump for abusing his office and obstructing Congress.
  • In the summer of 2017, Time formally requested that all Trump properties take down the fake magazine covers.

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I've been using the iPhone 11 for 3 months, and it's my favorite iPhone I've ever owned — and also the one with the most issues

  • But the reason I finally decided to purchase a new device was three-fold: I wanted a better camera, I wanted the feeling of buying the latest and greatest, and I wanted something I really liked looking at (specifically, the minty green color).
  • But when the phone was finally unveiled, I had a hard time picking a color — the coral was fun, the blue was bright, and the red was vibrant, but none of them felt like me.
  • And I think if you already own an iPhone XR, there is zero reason to upgrade, unless you're craving one of the new colors — the devices are nearly identical, and you don't need the wide-angle lens anyway.
  • If you've been holding onto a years-old device and you're considering making the switch to the iPhone 11, I would recommend it — in a fun color, of course.

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33 of the most heartwarming, funny, and intimate award-winning wedding images from around the world

  • Funny, emotional, and heart-warming, the images are divided up into categories, each of which has a winner and then a series of high-scoring runners-up.
  • See Insider's favorite picks from the high-scoring images, as well as all the winning photos.
  • This moving photo of a bride and groom visiting a sick loved one in hospital stands out against all the other entries.
  • At first glance this doesn't look like a wedding photo at all, but that adds to the charm of the unusual shot.
  • This man was pulling out all the big moves on the dance floor, and the bride's reaction is brilliant.
  • The dip in this natural setting creates a beautiful framing for the bride and groom.
  • Another brilliant angle resulted in a hilarious image of this young girl who appears to be wearing the wedding cake.

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