Facebook Movies Look Back on 10 Years
This week, Facebook turned 10 years old. In honor of its birthday, it gave everyone a "lookback" video — essentially, a 60 second peek into some of your most liked posts, the photos you've shared, and your life experiences. If you use Facebook incredibly sporadically (like me), then your lookback video just ended up being a hodgepodge of random photos that amount to nothing. If you use Facebook diligently, however, the result could be pretty moving. Whether you love or Facebook, it certainly has changed how we view the world over the last 10 years and, if you use it a lot, it can give you some insight into your last decade, which is pretty sweet. Find your lookback video here.
Toddler Gets Emotional Over 'Say Something'
You know how sometimes you just listen to a song and it gets you right in the gut and you cry? This kid knows what I'm talking about. Earlier this week, this adorable video surfaced, depicting a young kid in the car listening to "Say Something" by A Great Big World featuring Christina Aguilera. He finds himself overcome by emotion and starts crying, but doesn't want his dad to turn the song off. It's so cute, and so heartbreaking, and we've all been there. Let it out, little buddy.
Jay Leno Leaves Late Night (For Reals)
It's been a long time coming, especially following that whole Jay-Leno-leaves-late-night-wait-just-kidding debacle, but Jay Leno has finally bid "The Tonight Show" adieu. Last night marked Leno's final show as the host of "The Tonight Show," where he spent 22 years. Jimmy Fallon will take over starting Feb. 17. Leno's final episode included a few celebrity guests, like Billy Crystal (who appeared on Leno's first-ever show in 1992), Jack Black, Kim Kardashian, and others. While the tribute itself is a bit much for my taste, I can respect that it must be bittersweet to end a 22-year career anywhere. Anyway, I did not make it the entire way through the video, so let me know how it ends. (Just kidding, but do skip to 2:45 for the start of the musical number.)
What were you talking about this week?