Shortly after her father Robin's death, Zelda Williams decided to take a break from social media. When she left, she wasn't sure how long she'd be gone, but she did say that maybe it would be forever.
She'd had enough. While there were plenty of Robin's fans offering their thoughts and prayers to Zelda and her brothers, there were plenty more how had horrible things to say about the comedian and the manner of his death.
Yesterday, Zelda returned to Twitter and Tumblr. She quoted Harvey Fierstein - one of Robin's Mrs. Doubtfire co-stars - almost apologizing for letting the bullies win.
For those who went straight into the relatively silent era of keyboarding and completely missed the day of the typewriter - a frequently monstrous contraption that made a lot of noise as you pecked out the letters and dinged when you got to the end of the line so you could hit a lever that moved your paper back to a start point and began a new line - Tom Hanks has just the thing for you
Yes, that Tom Hanks. He invented an app for the iPad that mimics the look and sound of an old-style typewriter. The app is called Hanx Writer, and on the day it was introduced, it hit Number One.