For the 394th Judicial District Court in Texas, attorney Rod Ponton showed up to a Zoom court hearing, unable to change his cute kitten filter. He was willing to proceed, as the judge tried to help and his assistant helplessly clicked around trying to remove it.
Veondre Avery was charged with negligent manslaughter and unsafe storage of a firearm following the death of Shamaya Lynn in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass have managed to make a moving film about a profound friendship that develops entirely over screens.
Shamaya Lynn, 21, "fell backward and never returned to the call," an online witness reportedly told police in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
"What do we do now with all the grief that never had its proper chance to be shared in person?"
"The first month, I was like, this is really funny. Then it’d be like, oh, I’m still wearing this," she told Inside Edition.
We've been using Zoom wrong all this time: Off-camera meetings have an advantage over video meetings, research finds.
A Ohio state senator used a virtual backdrop to hide that he was driving during a meeting, but his unconvincing home office background and his seatbelt easily gave it away.
Just because you *can* make your meeting background look like your office while you go on a drive, doesn't mean you should.
“You can just pretend like your mic doesn’t work" if you can't answer a question, a fifth grader in Yorktown, Virginia, told the president and first lady on Monday.