Facebook Sold My Dead Friend’s Page

This was Stephen. Stephen died and his profile became a memorial where his friends could stop by and be reminded of him. The way his face looked, what he enjoyed most, and revisit his thoughts through his old posts. If the saying “Time heals all wounds” is true, I can say from experience that this… Continue reading Facebook Sold My Dead Friend’s Page

My Shameless Obsession: My Cat

At work the other day, I was in an elevator talking about the television shows I watch with a coworker.  Another woman was standing with us and it was said that we talk a lot about the shows we watch.  This realization prompted the woman standing along side us in the elevator said, “Well, wait… Continue reading My Shameless Obsession: My Cat

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

Where Your High School Class Is Right Now.

We all have to admit that we check in on our former classmates from time to time on Facebook.  I’ve noticed a common thread throughout my Newsfeed and my friends’.  No matter where you went to High School, you and your classmates all have the same fates. They Enlisted. These members of your graduating class… Continue reading Where Your High School Class Is Right Now.

What Else Stinks: Rave News’ Reporting

Rave News is self-described as have been “started as a fun project to share some current and past rave stories with people.”  I don’t have a problem with blogs reporting news, but I do have a problem with fraudulent reporting.  Below is an article posted in March that has been recently brought to my attention… Continue reading What Else Stinks: Rave News’ Reporting