Path Looks To Combine Commerce And Messaging With TalkTo Acquisition, Release Of New ‘Talk’ App
Path Looks To Combine Commerce And Messaging With TalkTo Acquisition, Release Of New ‘Talk’ App
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It’s been a rough year for private social networking app Path. The company has seen faced disappointing growth in many major markets, layoffs, and the departure of some key execs over the last twelve months. But while Path has largely remained quiet, behind the scenes the company has been working on a plan to switch up its business.
----- 000 At 0:46 You'll Understand And Then At 1:37 You'll Cry Hearts don't see inequality, so why should we? ----- 001 Skeletons hug, kiss, and dance behind a screen Creating an upbeat vibe with surprising revelations. ----- 002 The first head to appear is just what you'd think But what you're expecting from the second skeleton is quickly flipped because... ----- 003 Another female pops from around the screen And so begins the 3:19 video displaying the importance of equality on all levels. ----- 004 Love has no gender The first couple breaks down the barrier of gender inequality. ----- 005 Shift to....love having no race They look prejudice in the face for what interracial couples can face. ----- 006 Ok, now prepare to release the floodgates The unwavering love between two sisters, one which has a disability, serves as a heartwarming and humbling reminder for the importance of distancing ourselves from prejudice. ----- 007 Now let the dancing begin! As hearts continue to melt, the crowd eagerly awaits to see what new stereotype is reified. ----- 008 Inclusion not exclusion Every lifestyle imaginable is brought to the attention of the population and is received with a beautiful response. ----- 009 What does this teach us? There are layers and layers in our society. ----- 010 Once only absent in the eyes of our youth And now this absence is reaching and expanding to the rest of our demographics. ----- 011 Love has no labels So smile and celebrate the progress and continued evolution our civilization has made!
10 Awesome Movies That Slipped Through the Cracks Hanna Described as a "chase thriller," Hanna follows the life of a 16-year-old girl whose father raised her as an assassin. Along the way, she finds herself tracked by her operatives, as well as another intelligence unit. The Place Beyond the Pines Starring Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes, In the movie, a motorcycle stunt rider starts working a darker career of theft in order to support his lover and newborn baby. This eventually entwines him with a dirty detective and a rookie cop. "The Future" will change your perspective of cats forever. The film follows a couple who adopts a cat, and finds that their lives turned upside down. In doing so, it tests their faith with each other and their own individuality. The East Sarah, played by Brit Marling, works as an undercover intelligence agent. However when tasked with infiltrating a group that frequently attacks prestigious corporations, her entire world shifts changing her priorities and life as she knows it. Killing Them Softly The film focuses on the life of Jackie Cogan, an enforcer. When three not-so-smart men decide to rob a card game protected by the mob, their stupidity has far-reaching effects. Stoker Mia Wasikowska stars in this film as India, a girl who loses her father, which leads to her mysterious uncle to move in with her and her mother, played by Nicole Kidman. The uncle, who India never knew existed prior to her father's death, seemingly has motives of his own, which makes India grow suspicious. Frances Ha "Frances Ha" follows the life of New York woman who apprentices for a dance company. viewers follow Frances as she follows her dreams, despite not even having an apartment in New York City or having experience as a dancer. ---- "White Material" came out in France in 2009. When Denis visits Africa, he finds that racial and civil conflict everywhere. A French family finds themselves outlawed in their home. At the same time, they are trying to save their coffee plantation, leading them to connect with a hero who has problems of his own. Miss Bala A drama that debuted released in 2011, "Miss Bala" boasts a thrilling plot that will keep you on the edge of your seat. When a young woman entered a beauty contest in Tijuana, she didn't know what she signed up for, especially since she witnesses some drug-related murders. To stay alive, she must do what the gang says. Submarine the comedy has some flair of drama and romance as it follows 15-year-old Oliver. He pursues two objectives, including the quest to lose his virginity and make his mom forget her current flame.
12 Things You Didn't Know About 'Batman Returns' In the 1992 movie 'Batman Returns,' Batman protects Gotham City from The Penguin and Catwoman. There are facts about this movie you never knew. 001 Bruce Wayne's Parents In the previous 'Batman' movies, there are references to the murder of Bruce Wayne's parents. In 'Batman Returns,' there is no reference to his parents. ----- 002 The Penguin for Mayor In 'Batman Returns,' The Penguin runs for mayor. This is not the first time, in two of the 1960's television episodes he ran for mayor. ----- 003 Extra Weight Michael Keaton had to carry around extra weight for his role as Batman. His costume was 55 pounds. ----- 004 David Bowie David Bowie was the first considered for the role of Max Shreck. Bowie turned it down and Christopher Walken got the role. ----- 005 Dustin Hoffman Before the director cast Danny DeVito as The Penguin, Dustin Hoffman was the first considered for the role. Other actors considered include John Candy, Christopher Lloyd, and Marlon Brando. ----- 006 Annette Bening Michelle Pfeiffer was not originally cast for the role of Catwoman. Annette Bening was to play Catwoman, but pulled out of the film after becoming pregnant. ----- 007 Tight Cat Suit Michelle Pfeiffer's cat suit was so tight, it lead to a few problems. After getting into the suit, she was limited on time to do the scenes before getting light-headed. She also could not hear her own voice, so she would sometimes shout her lines. ----- 008 Multiple Cat Suits Filming for 'Batman Returns' lasted 6 months. In that time, Michelle Pfeiffer went through 60 cat suits. Each cost $1,000. ----- 009 Burgess Meredith Originally, Burgess Meredith, the Penguin on the TV series, was going to appear in 'Batman Returns' as the Penguin's father. Unfortunately, he was ill and unable to film the scene. ----- 010 Marlon Wayans Once again there was a discussion to add Robin to this film but the idea was nixed. Marlon Wayans originally was to play Robin in the eventual follow up for Batman Returns. However, after a script rewrite and a new director, Chris O'Donnell replaced Wayans ----- 011 Danny DeVito Danny DeVito took his role seriously. He stayed in character as The Penguin in between takes. ----- 012 Penguins The real penguins used in 'Batman Returns' came from England. The penguins traveled to the United States in a refrigerated plane. When arriving on set, they stayed in a refrigerated trailer and had their own swimming pool.
----- 000 13 Things You Won't Believe Your Pet Does While You're Not At Home Ever wonder what your furry friends are up to while you're at work? These shots reveal the shocking truth! ----- 001 Go to the hair salon Blowouts galore! ----- 002 Practice their latest dance routine Everyone loves a good mambo line. ----- 003 Attempt to help you file your taxes So that's why there were erase marks all over my w-2... ----- 004 Enjoy the enriching benefits from yoga Namaste. ----- 005 Take up a new hobby What? You've never seen a mini saxophone ----- 006 Create unexpected sleep stations, like on top of a bike That does not look comfortable... ----- 007 Or in a jar This guy's resourceful. ----- 008 Or in your...dishwasher??? Really Sylvester, the dishwasher? ----- 009 Try on your clothes So that's why my jeans seemed stretched out. ----- 010 Hog the TV I see you're not following the "3 feet away from the screen" rule. ----- 011 Wear your wigs around the house Mmm, orange is not a good color on you. ----- 012 Play with your makeup You look surprised... ----- 013 But at the end of the day... all they want is for you to come home.
The 10 Highest Paid Animal Actors of All Time When thinking of Hollywood's elite, one must not forget the animal actors that make our favorite movies what they are. Rin Tin Tin A German shepherd dog, Rin Tin Tin was rescued and trained by an American soldier during WWI. The dog starred in 26 movies for them, which earned him a salary of $6,000 per week. Keiko Keiko the killer whale played the famous Willy in the "Free Willy" movies. In full, Keiko made over $36 million. While this would be enough to buy a mansion, the killer whale instead gained its freedom in 2002 and was released back into the ocean. Bart The Alaskan brown bear, Bart, was paid upwards to $1 million for the role he played in "The Edge" movie. During the 1980's and 1990 he starred in a variety of other movies including "The Great Outdoors" and "Legends of the Fall," a career that earned him more than $6 million. Pal Pal the collie is best known for his role as the first dog that played the famous hero dog Lassie in the movie of the same title. During this filming, Pal made up to $4,000 per week, a salary that is valued today at $51,000 per week. Moose Moose is the famous Jack Russell terrier that played the role of the dog Eddie on the show "Frasier." He earned over $10,000 for each episode. Crystal Crystal has acted in movies such as "Night at the Museum" and "The Hangover Part II" as well as about 20 other films. In addition to its film career, the monkey was well known for its role on the TV series "Animal Practice" where it was paid $12,000 per episode, a job that totaled about $264,000 each season. Terry the lovable terrier that played Dorthy's sidekick Toto in "The Wizard of Oz." During the filming, Terry suffered a broken foot, but this didn't affect her pay of over $125 a week, a salary higher than the human actors that played the Munchkins. Skippy Skippy the terrier is famous for his role as Asta in the "Thin Man" movies. He averaged around $250 a week. Trigger known as "The Smartest Horse In The Movies" because he could take direction and perform over 100 tricks all from voice commands. It is estimated that this talented horse made about $75 a week. Higgins Better known as Benji, this lovable pup is the top paid animal actor of all time. Trained to be on the big screen by his owner, Frank Inn, he became one of the most beloved animal actors of all time.
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