Romy Meets the Real Inventor of Post-Its: Links You Need To See

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Though Mira Sorvino stopped by HuffPo Live earlier to promote her new film, Chloe and Theo , her interviewer Nancy Redd couldn’t help asking her about the cult classic, Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion. Specifically, she wanted to know about the scene where Romy lies about being the inventor of Post-Its to impress her former classmates (“I mean, all Michele did was say: ‘What about making them yellow?'”). To Sorvino’s surprise, Art Fry (the actual inventor of Post-Its) makes an appearance via Skype to confront her.

Fader reports that the release of the long-awaited and proper follow up (i.e., not 2001’s MTV Unplugged 2.0) to The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is imminent. According to Phil Nicolo (co-founder of Ruffhouse Records, and one of the producers she’s currently working with), Hill’s involvement with Netflix’s What Happened, Miss Simone?, and the corresponding soundtrack Nina Revisited: A Tribute To Nina Simone “pushed her hand in a way.”

Why doesn’t Instagram want you to #freethenipple? Sophie Kleeman of Mic reports that the ongoing censorship of (women’s) nipples is allegedly due to Apple’s App Store ratings, which only allows nudity on apps rated 17+ (Instagram is 12+). But there is a definite illogic regarding the importance of said ratings: Twitter, for example, is rated 4+, but can contain bounteous nudity, from both public and “protected” accounts.

While we’re on the subject, in case you didn’t hear, Miley Cyrus enjoys wearing as little as possible, as she expresses in the clip above. In anticipation for the upcoming Season 41 premiere of Saturday Night Live on October 3rd, NBC has uploaded the promos for Miley Cyrus, who will do double-duty as host and musical guest. Here’s hoping she doesn’t do a repeat performance of the endlessly weed-referencing VMAs. Then again, SNL is all about doing more of the same.

According to The Creators Project, Rwanda will host the Earth’s first airport for drones. The initiative behind the “droneport” comes from architect Norman Foster of Foster + Partners: “Just as mobile phones dispensed with landlines, cargo drones [containing medical and emergency supplies] can transcend geographical barriers such as mountains, lakes, and unnavigable rivers without the need for large-scale physical infrastructure.” Work on Rwanda’s droneport is scheduled to begin early next year, with the possibility of expanding to Congo.