There are a lot of things that a person has to grapple with in life. Big, universal questions about self, love and identity. And, probably most poignant of all struggles: the impulse to throw away a stupid bobblehead that was a present from Snoop Dogg.
With the opening of the brick and mortar Birchbox store earlier this summer, the general consensus has been either excitement or confusion around the subscription box hype. For those not in the know, Birchbox is a subscription box makeup service: a box full of the hottest makeup samples are sent to subscribers via mail. Like a magazine, but with stuff.
Internet treasure hunts are nothing new, just take a look at Geocaching for proof of that. But this week, Ke$ha, the auto-tuned Illuminati supporting pop sensation, launched an online treasure hunt for her fans. The goal is for them to unlock songs from her upcoming album Warrior.
A new location is revealed when enough Animals (Ke$ha’s special name for her legion of fans) tweet using the hashtag, #KESHAWARRIOR. Then it’s up to fans to find that location in real life, unearth the clue hidden there and let Ke$ha know via Twitter.
Say it ain’t so! It appears that New York will be losing one of its two Winklevii. TMZ reports (via TechCrunch) that Tyler Winklevoss will be picking up stakes for Silicon Beach, to launch the West Coast outpost of the twins’ aptly named VC firm, Winklevoss Capital. (Cameron will be holding down the fort here in Manhattan.)
And since he can’t live in some hovel, the twins have purchased an ultra-modern home high in the Hollywood Hills, for a mere $18 million. Careful, gentlemen–that $65 million settlement won’t last forever, especially since part of it was paid in Facebook stock.