Social media is a soap box.
"My dear lady, this is the website..." sings Don Giovanni's servant Leporello as he watches his boss click-through over "mille e tre" or 1003 different opera company websites in 2017. A quality website can surely improve an organizations' overall brand or image. Therefore, it is essential that you consider a few key characteristics when designing … Continue reading Madamina, il sito web è questo
I didn't really know where I was headed with this topic until I started doing some research. I found that social media usage contributes in some way to relationship dissatisfaction, both romantic and platonic, in an overwhelming number of people who use it. Social media acts as a sort of second world outside the physical … Continue reading Social Media and Relationships – why? – Aubrianna Broughton
I'm sorry to remind you of this, but it's been a year since Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States of America. For those of you that follow what's been going on (which I suspect is most of you, it's like a train wreck, impossible to look away), how long did you … Continue reading If Knowledge is Power, Then Why Trump?
Personally, I get my news from the internet. Most of the time it's from Facebook, but other times it's from Twitter. A poll I posted on my personal Twitter account says I'm not alone: The majority of those who anonymously voted in the poll said that they prefer reading the news via social media. This … Continue reading How do Millennials Get Their News?
(Hu)mankind has evolved a lot with the time. We learned to create fire, invented the wheel, and discovered that the earth is round. We continue to progress; feather-and-ink scribes now sit at laptops typing away, spreading infinite wisdom to the masses. We've also learned sarcasm. With such infinite wisdom, you'd think we'd have … Continue reading Cave(wo)men and the Writing on the Wall
It's an addiction, and the app managers know exactly when to post new updates to keep us interested.