Kat Tenbarge

Kat is an Ohio University student studying journalism and environmental studies. She likes leaving Ohio. Her work also appears on BuzzFeed, Teen Vogue and The Columbus Dispatch.

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Just 22 of the Funniest Tweets About Stupid, Accidental Injuries

"I fell down the stairs, went back up to see how it had happened, and fell again."

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'Tweetbot': Dead at Version 4.9 Update

Death is simply the next great app venture.

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Why 'The Nun' Ad Was Banned From YouTube

The trailer takes the concept of jump scares to another level.

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A 1912 Newspaper Article About Coal Has a Prescient Climate Change Warning

Two billion tons of coal was burning back then and it only would go up.

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DEFCON Video Shows Voting Machine Used in 18 States Is Hacked in 2 Minute

A hacker at DEFCON shows how to get into a voting machine "admin" mode in 120 seconds.

Entertainment

Here's Our First Look of Liu Yifei as Mulan in Disney's Live-Action Remake

Let's get down to business... to look at a promotional photo.

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"That's All of Them": Why a Photo of DC's White Supremacist Rally Went Viral

"A lot of things are louder on the internet when you factor in trolls."

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Mary G. Ross: How She Paved the Way for Native American Women in STEM

The first female Native American engineer was dedicated to social justice causes.

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The 'Slender Man' Movie: How Internet Legend Became a Technophobic Horror

Forget whether it's good. "Slender Man" isn't even scary. 

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'Batwoman' Fans Are Reacting to Ruby Rose's Casting With Split Opinions

Some comic fans are angry that Kate Kane's Jewish heritage took a backseat.

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Here Are the States That Are the Worst at Exercising

Only one-fifth of adults get enough exercise.

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4 Incredible Inventions Gal Gadot Could Create in a Hedy Lamarr Miniseries

The Hollywood starlet's innovations led to today's wifi and Bluetooth. 

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Can TikTok Be the Next Vine, or Are Seconds-Long Streaming Apps Over?

Fifteen-second videos seem fated for the graveyard of apps.

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Why Did Google Maps Use a Flat Earth Until Now?

No 3D glasses necessary for the cool, new globe view. 

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