This Week in Digital
It's the most wonderful time of year for retailers and consumers, as Black Friday offers flood the internet and department stores. Whilst a lot of people will be staying indoors and doing their shopping online after the in-store chaos of 2014, stores are still preparing for the incoming flood of bargain hunters. Many newspapers have published their own guides to the best offers, however, there's also been stories and features showing the downside of the sales, highlighting offers that don't actually save you any money. We'll have to wait and see how much money gets spent, but our prediction is that it will yet again be another record year.
Twitter Suspends CEO's Account
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, had his account suspended this week, as a result of an "internal mistake". Social media users were bemused to say the least, and reacted in typical Twitter fashion. His account was reactivated hours later, however, he had lost 700,000 followers in that time.
🎵 Hit the road, Jack and
No no I didn't mean you it's just a song come on dude no pic.twitter.com/9392RBSyj0
— sarah jeong (@sarahjeong) November 23, 2016
Instagram Goes Live
After the controversy over Instagram's Stories feature in the summer, the photo-sharing app has been borrowing ideas again - this time from its owner, Facebook. The app is rolling out Live video in Stories, however, unlike Facebook, the video will disappear after it has been viewed.
And finally... The Worst Dog Hair Cut Ever?!
Twitter user Lindsay Martin tweeted out on Saturday that her mother had given her dog, Wembley, a bit of an interesting haircut...
My mom just RUINED my dog and she literally said "he wanted to keep it long on the top" I am devastated pic.twitter.com/pjYuGYNhUm
— Lindsay Martin (@lindsaymartin15) November 19, 2016
... needless to say, social media absolutely loved it.
— ㅤ (@cxrlgrimes) November 21, 2016
— Life With Dogs (@LifeWithDogsTV) November 23, 2016
Lindsay has reassured followers that despite Wembley's interesting haircut, he is still the "best dog in the world" and that he is "treated like royalty".