Let’s talk about Spam!

♪ “Spinderella, cut it up, one timeOhh, uh uhh, ooh come on Yo, I don’t think we should talk about this.. Come on, why not? People might misunderstand what...

Twitter’s Musical Magic

This weekend I attended a local music festival called Rifflandia. This epic four-day event featured over 170 artists, performing at fourteen venues all around the city—everyone...

Hands Off My Internet!

If Net Neutrality was lost so too would the strongest platform to exercise freedom of speech. The internet would be no different than the cable industry with Fox News and...

Thank You Norman Borlaug

I bet if I told you about a man named Norman Borlaug you probably wouldn’t know who I was talking about. This Nobel Peace Prize winning man was a major factor for saving...

Liquid Galaxy: Science Fiction Becomes Fact

Google Earth is definitely one of the most fascinating playthings in the company’s toybox; it was impressive when it launched in 2001 (under the name ‘Keyhole...

Google Does What?

It’s not wrong to be worried over your privacy, but you can’t be upset when you’ve handed your privacy over voluntarily. I make this statement in regards to...

Facebook’s Contest Rules: NOW They Change Things!

This summer I put together a Facebook contest for a client. Up until last week, the social media’s site rules were explicitly clear: absolutely no promotion-related...

Think About It

On Tuesday August 14th 2013 the Syrian Electric Army, (pro-government hackers) shut down The New York Times and compromised Twitter. By deceptive means they managed to gain...

Link Reduction for Nerds

Let’s face it, even with our best efforts to make navigation clear and accessible, many websites are not as easy to navigate as they could be. It doesn’t matter...

Blogcology

Take that Google Yahoo! made it into the number one spot this past July for unique visitors, according to comScore. It won’t stay that way, but it makes us reflect and...
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