Your Brain on Facebook

Facebook is blowing up about a video on Facebook.  What does it do to your brain?  It might surprise you… or it might not. Some “facts” thrown out at you in the video explained in real life: “People are incapable of intimately knowing more than 150 people.” I don’t argue this fact, I argue that… Continue reading Your Brain on Facebook

Animal Lovers: Instagramers to Follow

Here’s a brief list of Instagramers who will populate your Instagram feed with daily photos of some favorite-worthy photos.  These furry friends will surely brighten your day while you’re mobile. dailypuppy The dailypuppy posts the cutest puppies every day.  Just check out those French Bulldog puppies! jmarcoz This user focuses on French and English bulldogs.… Continue reading Animal Lovers: Instagramers to Follow

Chrysler and Bob Dylan Super Bowl Commercial Is Racist

“Is there anything more American than America?”   Certainly not.  Well, maybe South America, Canada, and Mexico… but let’s ignore that for now.  Check out Chrysler’s ad for yourself and follow along to Bob Dylan’s smoke-and-mirrored voice. A beautifully done, Super-Bowl-Quality commercial.  But if you re-watch the ad, what words and images are associated with… Continue reading Chrysler and Bob Dylan Super Bowl Commercial Is Racist

Five Instagramers To Follow

I often find myself killing time on the train by looking through my Instagram Feed.  I often find myself suggesting “Follows” to my friends.  Since I also often find myself telling you ladies and gentlemen what to look out for… Here are five Instagramers to follow! 1.) Me. If you want a heads up on… Continue reading Five Instagramers To Follow

How To: Avoid Textual Drama

We’ve all been there.  You’re not feeling the friendliest of vibes from a certain someone when our phone gets those negative vibrations of a text.  It’s the start of an all-too-familiar form of a modern duel: The Text Fight. To avoid all of the drama, there’s one simple trick that will save you the hours… Continue reading How To: Avoid Textual Drama