Earlier this month, I pointed out that the pandemic, and being locked indoors is turning us to social media in large numbers. And now that Facebook, Snap, and Twitter have reported their numbers, it would be an opportune time to check my thesis. During the months of April, May, and June my thesis has seemed … Continue reading Social media’s out of control growth
One vote doesn’t seem like much. On its own, it hardly matters at all. But if you think of yourself as part of something bigger — America, let’s say — then that one vote can make a difference. Many votes together can change the course of history. If you don’t make good use of your … Continue reading Leave Facebook
Early this morning, I woke up from a vivid dream with a full narrative that saw someone visit a rural home, and fell in love with the idea of raising chickens and converted an abandoned barn into a chicken coop. It had sensors, and soft morning light (Casper Glow Light maybe?) to wake up the … Continue reading Weird dreams are made of Chicken?
In the end, it is all about trust. Once that is lost, it is hard to regain it. It is especially difficult on social media and the Internet. Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook have all lost my trust, as they have done very little to protect the veracity of the information on their platforms. Whether it … Continue reading Can you trust anything on Instagram?
My friend Matt asked me what was I giving up for Lent*. I am not religious, but I support my friends. So, I decided to give up Instagram for the Lent, which means that I won’t be sharing any photos on IG or communicating with people via stories or direct messages on Instagram. Lent, this … Continue reading Daily photo blogging