05:16 PM EDT 04/19/2014
Originally posted 04/18/2014 10:00AM
Kim Novak says that cruel jabs about how she looked during the Oscar ceremony amounted to bullying that left her crushed at first, but then determined to speak out in protest.
Originally posted 04/04/2014 02:00PM
Hey, teacher: Leave that kid alone!
Originally posted 03/13/2014 04:20PM
Now that's a throwback.
Originally posted 02/22/2014 11:00AM
Originally posted 02/13/2014 10:20AM
Grade school can be a lonely place. Just ask 10-year-old Colin.
According to his mother, Jennifer, Colin has a sensory processing disorder similar to Asperger's syndrome and "eats lunch in the office every day because no one will let him sit with them." When it came time for his mom to plan his 11th birthday party, Colin told her not to bother; he had no one to invite.
Originally posted 02/04/2014 12:00PM
A decade after Facebook's launch on Feb. 4, 2004, the social network that started exclusively for Harvard students is now connecting millions of people around the world.
From an infinite exchange of statuses, posts, likes and comments came astounding personal stories. To celebrate its decade on the Web, Facebook shared some of these tales, which grew from simple anecdotes into viral wonders that captured the world's attention.
Here are 10 revelatory moments made possible by Mark Zuckerberg's brainchild.
Originally posted 01/16/2014 05:45PM
Starstruck is an understatement.
Originally posted 12/10/2013 07:30AM
Originally posted 11/21/2013 04:30PM
Daniel Radcliffe enjoys his privacy, and to help maintain it, he keeps away from social media and movie premieres for films that aren't his own.
"There's certain things you can make a lot easier on yourself," Radcliffe, 24, tells the U.K.'s Sky News. "If you don't, for instance, go to premieres that aren't [for] a film you're in, or don't just turn up at other events and stuff like that, then that's obviously gonna help to not fuel [interest]."
Radcliffe adds that when celebrities regularly divulge details of their lives on Twitter, it makes their requests for privacy seem less genuine.
Originally posted 10/29/2013 05:30PM
If your Facebook feed is starting to resemble a zoo registry, your friends have likely discovered – and failed at – the Great Giraffe Challenge, a new game that's stretching its long neck across the Internet.
Here's how it goes:
"It's 3:00 am, the doorbell rings and you wake up. Unexpected visitors. It's your parents and they are there for breakfast. You have strawberry jam, honey, wine, bread and cheese. What is the first thing you open?"
According to the riddle's rules, set forth by vlogger Andrew Strugnell via YouTube and Facebook last week, those who fail to answer correctly must replace their Facebook profile picture with a photo of a giraffe, accompanied by the following explanation: "I've changed my profile to a giraffe. I tried to answer a riddle and got it wrong. Try the great giraffe challenge!"
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