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Facebook's Dislike Button, the Travel Jacket Geeks Adore & More: TURNER Weekly Download, 9.18.2015

Facebook's Dislike Button, the Travel Jacket Geeks Adore & More: TURNER Weekly Download, 9.18.2015

Where digital meets travel + lifestyle. A collection of can't-miss news from this week.

Facebook finally working on a 'dislike' button

Facebook users will get the chance to tell us how they really feel through a new "dislike" button. When word got out this week, brands worried that the feature will be used to express hate on their pages. Zuckerberg defended his decision, explaining that users deserve a button to show sympathy or express sadness when unfortunate news is shared. The hope is that the new button won't be used to bash brands, but to express legitimate concerns.

Another reason not to skip your morning run

As Under Armour attempts to break into the world of digital, they're introducing a whole new set of incentives for you to stay committed to your fitness plan. In partnership with MapMyFitness, a workout-tracking app, Under Armour is presenting various fitness challenges. If completed, users can win gift cards and points within Sports Authority's loyalty program. Maybe a new pair of running shoes will be the right type of motivation?

It's never too late to go back to school

Udacity is striving to provide established professionals with highly coveted tech skills, such as mobile programming and web development. Founder Sebastian Thrun believes that his new model for Udacity's online courses will be able to help millions.

Function and Fashion

The 15-in-1 BauBax travel jacket has a place for everything – your phone, charger, headphones, tablet, sunglasses, passport... and the list goes on. This is an over-packer's dream come true: the jacket's numerous hidden pockets are perfect for any tech lover. BauBax is just one brand among many that are paying more attention to the function of clothing. But please, no more cargo shorts.

Weekly Moment of Zen

Everyone has been using Snapchat's new selfie "lenses." So, a YouTuber decided to use the lenses to make the GOP Debate a little more interesting. As if Donald Trump's facial expressions weren't already animated enough.

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