No matter how many hours you spend on The Internet, chances are, you want to spend less. Though it’s definitely easier said than done, but how exactly is it done? Let’s examine our options. Read more
Mobile devices infuse our lives with convenience, but they also create disadvantages in the form of social media addictions – a time sponge that eats up data and resources. Once you start calculating the cost of constant connectivity, it’s actually astonishing how much social media is draining our time and money. Read more
Facebook stalking is child’s play in comparison to what is potentially the creepiest stalking method of all – NSA’s LOVEINT. Read more
Once upon a time, liking a project on the internet had absolutely no financial repercussion. Then the introduction of crowd-sourcing and the likes of Kickstarter promptly removed that sense of financial disconnect. Read more
They are terrible. In fact, I would say they are so terrible you probably shouldn’t watch them, except that you’ll want to.
With many viewers boycotting the Discovery Channel as a result of the Megalodon mockumentary, I thought I would gather up some great web resources for those eager to learn more about how amazing sharks can be.
Sean Parker is trolling the internet and he’s doing a very good job. Just when the waves of criticism from his behemoth essay have died down, we get a slideshow of wedding photos complete with bunnies and fur covered beds.
For every troll who flaunts offensive racism, there are users willing to speak up against hate speech – and if you’re on Tumblr like I am there are numerous Tumblr sites dedicated to exposing that negativity.
Don’t get me wrong, I loved Facebook birthdays at its inception, but as my friend list grew, I became more suspicious of broadcasting my day as a means for social engagement. People I have not seen in years would spend a few seconds populating my wall with comments I would never see again. It was like popcorn – empty of value, but always getting stuck in your teeth.
There’s a serious deficiency of real birds on Twitter: a lot of Tweets without any feathers. That’s why I am promoting the handle @hungrybirds: Tweets generated by real birds feasting on real lard keyboards.