The Rundown Report: The world online, dancing pigeons and more…

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Take a look at our top news stories of the week gone by.

1. The world, but not as you know it

This i100 article takes you through the world online, breaking down how Twitter looks in a day, a map of everything on the internet and what happens when you remove your photo from your dating profile. A great lunchtime read.

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2. YouTube waves goodbye to the ads  

Business Insider has reported that media giant YouTube are due to roll out a subscription service, letting users watch content without any advertising. Great news for avid YouTube users, perhaps not for filmmakers.

3. 285 hours of flowers for Apple’s smartwatch epic

Apple have spent a whopping 285 hours filming blooming flowers to capture content for the new Apple Watch faces. The company also built a tank in their film studio and recorded a variety of species to capture the perfect jellyfish animation.

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4. Campaign of the week: Virgin Money  

This latest advertisement from Virgin Money features a dancing pigeon. You can read more about how the ad was created in this article by Business Insider.

Have any other news stories caught your eye? Drop us a tweet and tell us all about them.