corporatefacepalm

IGN uses a comparison between 1080p and 4k graphics in tweet; Is viewed mostly by non 4k devices

IGN uses a comparison between 1080p and 4k graphics in tweet; Is viewed mostly by non 4k devices

It's like trying to show how amazing color TVs look on a B&W TV

And then you go and share a potato version of that tweet instead of just linking to the actual tweet...

Using cross eyed vision shows some detail difference. Looks oddly 3D.

Or even how good a TV looks on any TV.

It probably looks better because it's using a standard 24 bit color palette instead of HDR, which can't translate to normal screens accurately.

Yahoo not even using their own search engine

Yahoo not even using their own search engine

"I'm not getting paid enough for this shit." someone thought

Yahoo search is just Bing anyway, which makes it even funnier

Yahoo realised that they lost a few years ago and stopped developing their search engine - it is powered by Bing. They wanted to focus on Yahoo News, Mail, Tumblr, Flickr, Yahoo answers etc.

They wanted to focus on Yahoo News, Mail, Tumblr, Flickr, Yahoo answers etc.

Wow that's a who's who of things nobody cares about.

I’m not gonna share that with him.

I’m not gonna share that with him.

im guessing this sign was moved for the picture.

I just keep thinking, this can't be real can it?

Share the love seems to be an advertising campaign for a Kenyan grocery chain. Yes, I also assume the sign was moved.

That's the type of love I share with Daddy.

Amazon add placement on point

Amazon add placement on point

"Submit your resume today and you'll get a bonus 10.58 seconds to use your pee bottle!"**

**per year, all exceptions apply.

You mean now I can get paid for peeing in bottles???

From Amazon, how convenient!

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=funnel

Found on my Instagram

Found on my Instagram
Found on my Instagram

Decidedly not real.

This one will always be my favorite.

will always be my favorite.

Obviously photoshop, or maybe just ms paint...

GE DD

GE DD

They must save a ton in cost and make huge profit by selling such shitty stuff. I'm in!

GE sold off their appliance business to a Chinese company. They weren't particularly great appliance before that sale, but things haven't gotten better.

I had a washer breakdown. Posted symptoms on a DIY fixer forum. Within 2 hours a Brazilian tech replied describing the fix. Within 1 day of new part arriving washer was back up and running. Fix stuff yourself and don't deal with this bullshit $$$

It's time to eat the rich. Corporations should exist to serve humanity. That's why we need to keep them on leashes (regulators).

Fuck. This really should not be a problem in 2018.

Only 1499€

Only 1499€

Babuska approved.

I think the woven sweater vest is really what ties this outfit together, especially if you're unable to button them all the way to the bottom. Otherwise you're just stuck with another formless peasant dress for 1500 euro.

Hardly a corporate facepalm.

By wearing this dress, you are making a statement to the world that you are in touch with your roots. Money hasn't changed you; you know where you've come from. We were all peasants once and you are unashamed to admit and underline this fact.

Edit: to those who missed it, I am being sarcastic here. /u/Dr_Insomnia makes a good valid point about the real clothing trend appropriation - but I really feel that the designers of this dress weren't making any statements with it, they simply found a likely colour pattern and ran with it.

The babushkas are purely incidental.

You laugh but it's no joke.

Appropriated clothing trends for the upper-middle and upper classes are a real thing in the UK, US and even Japan.

Here's an Adweek article on how to dress fashionably blue-collar

Here's a Forbes article on designer 'heritage' brands that still use methods from the 40s and 50s...

Here's an article highlighting abstract-designer fashion with 'working class's influences - chec...

Here's a look at the Japanese 'American Heritage' fashion trend

Note that beyond your actual working class brands you'll find at a Fleet Farm or other rural outfitter (Carhartt, Dickies, Mossy Oak), the high-end brands that tailor to this trend are peppered with buzzwords like 'tradition', 'heritage', 'heirloom', 'craftsman' etc

Who thought this was a good idea?

Who thought this was a good idea?
Who thought this was a good idea?

Finding this appropriate for this sub is more racist than the advert is.

I mean they have a white girl wearing it too.

Yeah I suspect the thing with words is commentary on how we find different meaning on different people let's all reflect on that blah blah.

Corporate? No. Facepalm? Not the one you were intending :)

Oh, oka-waaaaaaait a second

Oh, oka-waaaaaaait a second

Google Assistant (probably): wE wOn'T bE sHaRiNg YoUr DaTa

“Tim, give me access to your location, I can’t help you if I don’t know where you are at all times Tim. I am your friend Tim, tell me where you are Tim, it’s for your safety Tim”

-Snowball

if the product's free, you are the product

(META) Can we have a rule to ban these pictures that are merely "store item on sale, but it's not really a good deal"?

(META) Can we have a rule to ban these pictures that are merely "store item on sale, but it's not really a good deal"?

Yep.

Please

Here here.

Preach

Try one of these subthreads