Here are 5 things you should know.
1. If you use FaceApp, you give the company the irrevocable right to use your face, likeness, and name commercially.
In the terms and conditions, it states this under 4. Privacy and 5. User Content
2. If you’re using Safari and on a website that requires you to sign in/up to carry on reading, you can invoke Reader Mode.
It’ll usually work on sites like Express, Bloomberg and The Independent. Not sure about The Guardian or Telegraph, but most sites can work with this mode.
You can do this by clicking the reader button in the address/search bar.
3. If you are looking to buy a used vehicle, you should visit carcomplaints.com before finalizing a decision.
This website has reports for all manufacturers, their models and all model years report for mechanical issues, electrical issues, etc. It’s either reported by the owner and also has reports from NHTSA. They also have a list of best vehicles and worst vehicles. They have also made a list of funny complaints and horror stories by consumers.
4. It’s “revved up like a Deuce”, not “wrapped up like a douche”.
In the song Blinded by the Light by Manfred Mann
5. If you plan to boycott Nestle, don’t suddenly switch your pet’s food. It can upset their stomach or they could reject it.
With the controversy over Nestle, changing your own diet or the brands you buy is not a big deal for you but it could be a big deal for your pets. Dogs will continue to eat any food, but changes in diet can cause them to have upset stomachs. Cats are known to ignore food that they aren’t used to, which could cause them to go hungry despite a new cat food being put out for them.
Instead, slowly transition them to a new brand of food. Start mixing the new food with the old food in increasing amounts until it is completely the new brand.