Everywhere (Facebook, Twitter, blogs, respectable news sites, gossipy web pages, you name it), there have been headlines about how hugging your dog is harmful and wrong! wrong! wrong!
All this talk about nail polish matching our shoes -- meanwhile there are children and adults who don't even have shoes. I know that's an old and tired sentiment, but it's still true. The cliché does not take poverty away.
If you questioned your vision during the infamous dress fiasco, this video may bring some of those feelings back. ASAP Science
The Invention of News divides the earliest stirrings of modern news into three epochs, starting with the 15th and early 16th
So, if the description of a single dress -- a still image -- can be so polarizing, what does this say about eyewitness identification and memory of an event that likely occurred in a traumatic situation?
We're not even sure if this is a dress.
So, are social memes the shock tactic future of charity campaigns? Charities have long been criticised for using shock tactics
Lt. Col. Ron Busroe of the Salvation Army joins HuffPost Live to defend the controversial "black and blue" ad.
Ethlie Ann Vare joins HuffPost Live to share her thoughts on the Salvation Army's new controversial ad.
Updated on March 17, 2015; 5:25 p.m. EST: The white and gold dress, which was designed by Roman Originals for a charity auction
The Salvation Army in South Africa launched a campaign with a bruised victim of domestic violence wearing a white and gold
Rumors began circulating that the same person who posted the original photo of The Dress was about to unleash a photo of a Pair of Shoes on Tumblr. Therapists' phones began ringing off the hook.
Upon the electronic distribution of a picture of nothing more than a dress, we saw the birth of the stalwart White-and-golders and the die-hard Black-and-bluers. This dress is a nice example of how what you see isn't necessarily what you perceive.
Let's fill the void in the Internet and analyze "The Dress" from a business angle. After all, many conflicts arise when working with people with different perspectives.
Howland added that while he saw the dress -- whose colors are perceived differently by different people -- as black and blue
All instant classics.
I thought nothing more about the disagreement as I left the kitchen to put the dogs out. But the next morning I was startled to see that "the dress" was dominating social media. What had started as a question on Tumblr was now a national obsession. How could some people see black and blue where I saw gold and white?
Turns out, the black and blue (or, perhaps, white and gold) dress that has undoubtedly taken over your newsfeed in the last