2018-05-17 20:23:00| Advertising Age - Homepage
If you haven't heard, the Air Force sent out this gem of a tweet from its official Twitter account earlier today: "The Taliban Forces in Farah city #Afghanistan would much rather have heard #Yanny or #Laurel than the deafening #BRRT they got courtesy of our #AR10."That's an unusual tweet from the Air Force's Twitter handle. Today, for example, the military branch has more than a dozen tweets about next year's budget much more common.The now deleted tweet, pictured above, featured an image of the Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt, or just "Warthog" in military speak, and linked to an Air Force Times story with recent video footage of the ol' hog bombing Taliban targets in Afghanistan. Continue reading at AdAge.com
2018-05-17 01:48:00| Engadget
Earlier this week, the internet erupted around a new obsession tailor-made to go viral. It started with a one-word snippet of recorded audio that had actually been circling the web for awhile, but unclear pronunciation made it an aural Rorschach. The...
2018-05-17 01:47:31| Wired News: Top Stories
When everyones brain makes a little world out of sensory input, and everyones world is just a little bit different, can you really *know* anyone?
2018-05-16 23:32:00| Forbes.com News
Those in the Laurel camp were suddenly, by powers completely outside their control, hearing Yanny. There was no obvious culprit. Same person, same device, same audio clip, same room (no change in environmental acoustics) Laurel listeners were hearing Yanny and vice versa.
2018-05-16 19:39:57| Wired News: Top Stories
Here's where the meme came from, what the recording is actually saying, and who recorded it in the first place.