For those of you that are new around here, every weekend we bring you 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web in a list we refer to as “Link25.″ This week, you’ll find everything from new John Wick and Assassin’s Creed announcements to the new research on which social media outlets teens are focusing on these days! So get ready because this is Link25 (298) – Teenagers Ditching Facebook Edition.
Woman Shares Shocking Response Of Her Nephew On What To Do When A Girl Turn Him Down
Rejection is all a part of life’s roller coaster. Therefore, you need to be strong enough to be able not to make sweeping generalizations when you’re rejected. Moreover, rejection doesn’t always have to be about the big stuff, or not getting into the college of your dreams. It can be something as small as being turned down by a girl.
So, recently ten people were killed in a high school shooting in Texas, on Friday. Among the two teachers and eight students that were killed was a girl names Shana Fisher. Allegedly, the shooter, Dimitrios Pagourtzis had been harassing Shana for months, as stated in…(click the image for the full story)
Florida brewery unveils six-pack rings that feed sea turtles rather than kill them
You’ve probably seen the heart-wrenching photos of the damage plastic six-pack rings can do to marine life. They tangle the wings of sea birds, choke seals and warp the shells of growing sea turtles.
A Florida brewery has a solution: six-pack rings that that can either biodegrade or serve as a snack for wildlife. After years of research and development, the rings – made of (click the image for the full story)
These are really cool!
This photographer captured shots of New Yorkers on their way to work for 10 years — and it shows how repetitive a commute can be
About 700,000 people pass through Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal on their way to work every day.
In 2007, the photographer Peter Funch began staking out a corner of the station, at 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue, to document those commuters. Funch would snap photos from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., and he would often photograph the same subject twice — sometimes days apart, other times years.
Fascinated by these small moments of human behavior, Funch created a series that explores the seemingly mundane. His unknowing subjects (click the image for the full story)
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John Wick 3 To Be Released May 2019
Fans of the John Wick films finally have something to be excited about because it has just been announced that John Wick 3 will be in cinemas May 17, 2019.
The announcement came through a tweet from the film’s Twitter page, @JohnWickMovie, on May 17 writing: “Be seeing you… 5.17.19. – #JohnWick3.” According to IMDB, there has already been a full title for the film and it isn’t just John Wick 3. The full title for this third installment to the series is John Wick 3: Parabellum. From the date that the (click the image for the full story)
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THE CURIOUS CASE OF THE ISDAL WOMAN
One chilly afternoon in November 1970, a father and his two daughters were hiking up a remote, rocky hillside overlooking the Isdalen valley near Bergen, a port city on the southwest coast of Norway. The man’s 12-year-old daughter came upon it first: the badly burned body of a woman lying between two large rocks. As soon as the father realized what they were looking at, he turned his daughters around and they headed back down the hill to report their grisly discovery to the police.
When the police arrived, they discovered that many of the woman’s possessions had been burned as well: an umbrella, some plastic bottles, what appeared to be the plastic cover (click the image for full story)
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Teens are ditching Facebook, study confirms
Teens are over Facebook.
A new study has confirmed what we’ve long expected: Facebook is no longer the most popular social media site among teens ages 13 to 17.
The Pew Research Center revealed on Thursday that only 51% of US teens use Facebook. That’s a 20% drop since 2015, the last time the firm surveyed teens’ social media habits.
Now, YouTube is the most popular platform among teens, about 85% say they use it. Not surprisingly, teens are also active on (click the image for the full story)
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ASSASSIN'S CREED ODYSSEY REPORTEDLY LEAKED
Details on the next installment of the Assassin’s Creed franchise have reportedly been leaked.
According to French site JeuxVideoLive, via Kotaku, the next installment in the series will be called Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Sources confirmed to Kotaku that this next entry in the franchise will take place in ancient Greece and that it will released before the end of Ubisoft’s fiscal year 2019, which ends (click the image for the full story)
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