• What are the places(Country) you wish to visit? Mine - Brazil, France, Israel TIA!! Have a great day. Love you guys :-)?

    Best answer: Israel, England, UAE, Lebanon, Egypt.
    Best answer: Israel, England, UAE, Lebanon, Egypt.
    12 answers · Cancun · 1 week ago
  • Why do people believe in god?

    31 answers · Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you remember the question you answered that brought you to Level 7?

    Best answer: No, because I've had at least EIGHT level 7 accounts since November 8, 2008,9 YEARS ago. I occasionally come across some of my old answers while doing research for to answer another YA question..I make text files for the questions I answer all the time, like "why... show more
    Best answer: No, because I've had at least EIGHT level 7 accounts since November 8, 2008,9 YEARS ago. I occasionally come across some of my old answers while doing research for to answer another YA question..I make text files for the questions I answer all the time, like "why is the sky blue/" and "how do I change my avatar?" Yes, sometimes i DO get best answer for those answers, but wther it turned me into a level7 account or not does not matter to me that much.
    5 answers · Tulum · 1 week ago
  • Is Cancun safe for me/us?

    Me and My girlfriend are planning to go to Cancun for her breast augmentation. We are 22 years old. Although we are not going for tourism and won’t be going too many places I want to ask how safe Cancun is. I know there is a lot of shitty stuff going around. I don’t want to stand out too much. I’m Hispanic and can... show more
    Me and My girlfriend are planning to go to Cancun for her breast augmentation. We are 22 years old. Although we are not going for tourism and won’t be going too many places I want to ask how safe Cancun is. I know there is a lot of shitty stuff going around. I don’t want to stand out too much. I’m Hispanic and can speak ok Spanish, my girlfriend is Asian. Are there cheaper places to go in the US? I just feel it could be dangerous
    4 answers · Cancun · 1 week ago
  • Is cancun a island?

    5 answers · Cancun · 2 weeks ago
  • Texas church shooter DENIED the right to carry a gun but he got one anyway, what would a gun ban have done in this situation?

    Libtards are so stupid. Smelling their farts and sipping wine while the real American have to deal with real life things
    Libtards are so stupid. Smelling their farts and sipping wine while the real American have to deal with real life things
    8 answers · San Luis Potosi · 2 weeks ago
  • Can a puerto rican celebrate dia de los muertos?

    i know they're not mexican, but they ARE latino, so is it permissable?
    i know they're not mexican, but they ARE latino, so is it permissable?
    5 answers · Other - Mexico · 2 weeks ago
  • True or false: Good guys are stupid, cowards, and weird but the bad guys own it, they retaliate, and they are awesome?

    Good guys smile with their enemies and they like animals but bad guys slaughter animals and they retaliate to their enemies.
    Good guys smile with their enemies and they like animals but bad guys slaughter animals and they retaliate to their enemies.
    5 answers · Chetumal · 2 weeks ago
  • Yahoo Answers is purple ? !?

    Best answer: Yes, kind of, but that turned out to be re branding disaster similar to the re-branding disaster the almost Killed Coke when they brought out the new Coke in the 1980s. That's not the only re-branding disaster. When you go to graduate business school you ... show more
    Best answer: Yes, kind of, but that turned out to be re branding disaster similar to the re-branding disaster the almost Killed Coke when they brought out the new Coke in the 1980s. That's not the only re-branding disaster. When you go to graduate business school you learn about the "fast food wars" and re-branding disasters that are now case studies. This one almost killed Yahoo. Coke barely survived. If Verizon had not bought Yahoo and if Yahoo had rejected the offer, YA would have been shut down when Yahoo filed for bankruptcy.. It might still be alive. but the federal government and Would have forced ig to shut down..

    Yahoo still has the purple format, but it' has been toned down, A LOT.

    "...
    07.08.13
    Why Yahoo’s Purple Logo Rubs Us The Wrong Way
    In a sea of blue Internet branding, Yahoo’s color choice stands out for its relative originality. So why does it seem to run counter to the egalitarianism of the Digital Age?

    Why Yahoo’s Purple Logo Rubs Us The Wrong Way
    BY JOHN BROWNLEE3 MINUTE READ
    In late April, Yahoo released a gorgeously designed new Weather app for iOS: a minimalist treat of meteorology that CEO Marissa Mayer said represented the second phase of the company’s attempt to reinvent itself by “building beautiful products and executing well against our business strategy.”

    Pretty much everyone loved the new Yahoo Weather app, except for one thing: the purple logo.

    “Officially the ugliest icon ever,” said one Twitter user in response to the update. “Its icon isn’t home page worthy,” said another. Some used their available Twitter character counts to criticize the icon with even more ruthless efficiency: “That icon is ***.”

    Officially the ugliest icon ever.
    The icon was such a bust that less than a month later, Yahoo made the extraordinary move of replacing the logo with one that was even uglier. Despite this, the new mark was widely hailed as an improvement. Yet just last week, Yahoo updated its official Weather app again, and surprise! The original logo is back, with not a whiff of controversy.


    What is going on here, not just as far as Yahoo’s strange design schizophrenia is concerned, but with the public’s inexplicable abhorrence–and just as sudden acceptance–of having a purple icon on their home screens?

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    For thousands of years, we’ve been associating purple with wealthy, out-of-touch dynasties.
    Yahoo’s association with the color purple is so well known that when Tumblr was bought earlier this year, Tumbr’s CEO David Karp could just say “We’re not turning purple” and everyone immediately knew what that meant: Tumblr wouldn’t be subsumed into Yahoo’s corporate biomass. Instead, it would continue to be run like an independent company.

    But it’s an interesting turn of phrase that says a lot about the cultural history of the color purple. Ever since ancient Phoenicians first figured out how to grind up rare sea snails to make expensive Tyrian dye, purple has been a color that is associated with kings, priests, politicians, magistrates, and wealthy autocrats. When Karp said that Tumblr wasn’t turning purple, then, he was also saying that Tumblr wasn’t joining the establishment. Tumblr would keep its indie cred.


    This an important (and subtle) point for Karp to have made. Purple is a distinctive, vivid, and fun color; it’s also chronically under-represented in the depressingly blue palette of Internet branding (look at Facebook, Twitter, and, to a lesser extent, Google). But for thousands of years, we’ve been culturally associating purple with wealthy, out-of-touch dynasties. We don’t want to think of our favorite Internet companies as kings or priests. We want to think of them as scrappy, revolutionary upstarts, tearing the kings and priests down and putting everyone on an equal footing.

    That’s the problem with purple, and part of why Yahoo’s allegiance with the color is such a polarizing decision for many. To Yahoo, purple represents imagination and innovation, but to many of us, the color rankles against the implicit egalitarianism of the Digital Age.


    From that perspective, it’s obvious why Yahoo changed its Weather app icon so quickly. Its new Weather app was one of Yahoo’s first tries at reinventing itself as a scrappy Internet company that placed a premium on design, yet the conversation kept on centering itself on the gut reaction people felt looking at the very purple icon. The replacement icon was even less attractive–a real throwback to the design hallmarks of Windows XP–but at least it was an uncontroversial shade of blue.

    The color purple rankles against the implicit egalitarianism of the Digital Age.
    While Yahoo might have caved initially, it was obviously a decision that probably couldn’t stand forever. For better or worse, the company has strongly identified its brand with purple; to reject purple is to reject Yahoo itself. Yahoo Weather might have “gone blue” in some weird fit of self-loathing during the existential crisis of reinventing itself as a design-first Internet company, but it couldn’t do so forever.

    And, as it turns out, people might be a little more accepting of purple now than they were a few months ago anyway. It’s surely no coincidence that in the intervening months between Yahoo’s weather icons, Apple has unveiled iOS 7. It’s a flatter, frostier operating system that speaks the language of colors in a much deeper way than any Apple operating system before it … and it just happens to feature big dabs of purple in the new Photos, Game Center, and iTunes icons.

    Jony Ive is the kingmaker of design, and with iOS 7, Apple has signaled that the color of kings is cool again. Is it any wonder that suddenly the “old” purple Yahoo! Weather logo is starting to look a lot more modern and a lot less hideous than it once did?...'..


    https://www.fastcodesign.com/1672967/why...
    4 answers · Tulum · 3 weeks ago
  • Am I spanish?

    My great grandparents were from Spain but had my grandparents in Mexico. My parents are both from Mexico and gave birth to me in the U.S . Does this make me somewhat Spaniard?
    My great grandparents were from Spain but had my grandparents in Mexico. My parents are both from Mexico and gave birth to me in the U.S . Does this make me somewhat Spaniard?
    7 answers · Other - Mexico · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I kill myself?

    I am 19 years old, and I recently visited Mexico by myself without telling anyone. While I was there, some guy (around 22-24 y.o) greeted me and showed me around the local area. At one point, he told me there was a special event in the area, and he told me I needed to go to some special place to lock up my phone... show more
    I am 19 years old, and I recently visited Mexico by myself without telling anyone. While I was there, some guy (around 22-24 y.o) greeted me and showed me around the local area. At one point, he told me there was a special event in the area, and he told me I needed to go to some special place to lock up my phone and money so that it doesn't get stolen at the event. I have ADD, so I wasn't paying much attention to what he was saying/doing, so I gave him my phone and my money (yeah, I'm a fugging idiot), and he went inside a building for about 3 minutes. Then, he came out and told me to go in (while he waited outside) because people wanted to talk to me about it. I went inside and asked several employees, but they had no idea what was going on. I went outside to ask the young man what was happening, but he was gone. The employees (at which apparently was a medical building) said that I was robbed and that there was nothing I could do about it. A cab driver took me to the police station (the fee ended up being over $500, and I payed by getting money from an ATM) and I reported what had happened (I also gave them the number of the cell phone that was stolen and my U.S home address), and they said they'd investigate the situation. If only I had payed attention to this guy, I would have refused to give him my money ($900) and my phone! I lost so much money on this trip, and now I have a crappy cheap phone. I really want to die now, what should I do?
    8 answers · Other - Mexico · 3 weeks ago
  • If women really cared about each other then why do women hurt each other?

    Let's say as an example that an American woman visits Canada for holidays, do you know most Canada women would punch the American lady when nobody was looking? Let's take another example of another American lady, this time taking a long awaited vacation to Mexico --did you know that most Mexican women... show more
    Let's say as an example that an American woman visits Canada for holidays, do you know most Canada women would punch the American lady when nobody was looking? Let's take another example of another American lady, this time taking a long awaited vacation to Mexico --did you know that most Mexican women would say American woman was flirting with Mexican husband ?and you know what happens next---Mexican women beat the daylights out of American woman on vacation. Maybe women need to take a close look at the real villains--other women.
    12 answers · Guadalajara · 4 weeks ago
  • Do Americans like Mexicans ?

    Do you like Mexicans ? Would you let someone of them move to USA ?
    Do you like Mexicans ? Would you let someone of them move to USA ?
    8 answers · Other - Mexico · 4 weeks ago
  • Is there racism in Mexico?

    10 answers · Other - Mexico · 1 month ago
  • Is it possible to enter Mexico from the US for just an afternoon or so?

    We're from Europe and planning to visit the USA next spring. We plan to visit El Paso on the way from Dallas to Los Angeles. We were wondering if it is possible to enter Mexico, just for an afternoon, since it is just across the river. Do we have to stand in line for a long time? Is there anything to do or... show more
    We're from Europe and planning to visit the USA next spring. We plan to visit El Paso on the way from Dallas to Los Angeles. We were wondering if it is possible to enter Mexico, just for an afternoon, since it is just across the river. Do we have to stand in line for a long time? Is there anything to do or see in Ciudad Juarez? Is it easy to get back in the US, or do we have to stand in line again? Should we take the car or can we just walk across the border?
    4 answers · Ciuded Juarez · 4 weeks ago
  • Where did Chris Cuomo go to Law School?

    Best answer: Hilary taught him
    Best answer: Hilary taught him
    5 answers · Merida · 1 month ago