Digital News


12 June 2020


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#FridayFiver 🧼✋ – World Wide Web Delights

Maratopia Digital Marketing Ltd

It’s that time of the week again! 

Your weekends might look a little less exciting than they used to, but you can still switch it up a little – just check out this great round up of online activities that will help you channel your inner creative genius, turning you into an amateur artist, virtual DJ or choral singer at the click of a button! 

But before you do that, check out some of biggest and best news stories from around the web this week. 

💼 Could This Be The Office Of The Future?

If you’ve enjoyed a bit of peace and quiet away from your co-workers this last couple of months, you might be interested to see the award-winning post-COVID-19 office pod design created by Mohamed Radwan that takes a speculative look at the workplaces of the future.

Glimpse that future here.

📱 Twitter Unveils ‘Fleets’ Feature

With the story function offered by Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook, it was only a matter of time before Twitter followed suit. After an initial launch in Brazil, Twitter’s ‘Fleet’ feature has rolled out in India this week. There’s no word on the worldwide release yet, but we’re looking forward to it. 

Check it out here.

😷 Face Mask That Lights-Up

Lockdown has seen no limit to people’s creativity and imaginations, and Tyler Glaiel is amongst the latest to prove this with a light up face mask that responds to its wearer’s voice. Glaiel shared the instructions online and many others have created their own version. But be warned – this is not a project for beginners!

Take a look here.

🎮 Xbox Series X Sneak Peak Planned for July

After rumours of delays, Microsoft have announced their next video showcase will take place in July. The event is part of a series that gives gamers a sneak preview of the Series X console, and games. We’re on the edge of our seats!

Find the details here.

🐱 Hide and Seek Cat Goes Viral

Finally, if there’s one thing the internet loves, it’s cats, and this week a feline named Norah went viral after her owner shared an image of her bookcase on Twitter, inviting others to “find the cat.” Norah had hundreds of users stumped as she settled down for her nap.

Can you find her? Find out here.

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