It turns out that dogs (of course) know that fidget spinners are the work of the devil, and one brave Shiba Inu had no problem making her feelings known in a video posted on Instagram this week. SEE ALSO: Shiba Inu Cashier Wants to Sell You Much Magazines Nothing odd happens here other than the mere spinning of the popular time-wasting gadget, but Kiba the Shiba isn't fooled and emphatically calls out the unnatural movements of the seemingly innocent device.
At one point, Kiba even takes an angry swipe at it (or maybe she's just trying to see if she can spin it herself, by means of paw). Look, we know from the movies that animals (usually dogs, because they're awesome) can sense the presence of evil. And we know fidget spinners are fun to fiddle with. Read more...More about Instagram, Dogs, Toys, Fidget Spinner, and Fidget Spinners
Â It's taking Instagram less and less time to copy Snapchat. Less than two months after Snapchat launched its Stories Search feature for seeing what's going on at a location or related to a topic, Instagram is rolling out Location Stories to its Explore page. Read More
If you're applying for a visa in the United States, the U.S. government may want to follow you on social media. The State Department wants more United States visa applicants to hand over their social media handles, according to Reuters.Â SEE ALSO: Why Trump's latest speech is a big deal for Silicon Valley Though the requirement allegedly doesn't apply to anyone of a particular nationality, it would affect anyone "determined to warrant additional scrutiny in connection with terrorism or other national security-related visa ineligibilities." These applicants would have to list the social media handles they've used in the past five years, though the government wouldn't demand passwords for those handles (even if border agents can and do demand social media passwords from visitors pretty much whenever they like). Applicants would also have to hand over any phone numbers and email addresses they've used over the past five years, and they'd need to provide the U.S. government with information about their lives that covers the previous 15 years.Â Read more...More about Application, Facebook, Twitter, Social Media Handles, and Visas