Outrage Culture: Stirring the Pot

We All Stir the Pot in Our Own Way.  Is Outrage Culture a Thing? I wrote an article a while back called “My 5 Favorite Types of Facebook Friends”, where I wrote a list of different types of people who use social media and talked about…

Robin Williams: Nostalgia is a Powerful Thing

I was sitting at my desk a couple of days ago, twenty-five years old, reading and editing a chapter of the novel I'm currently jacking around with, and my wife sends me a text that said “...Robin Williams?!?!?! ”. I replied, “What?”, as in…

Parenting Advice From a Childless Man

There's so much more to be said on parenting, but here's just a few things I came up with from the perspective of a person who does not have children. I'm usually on the parent's side on most issues, but there are some things that really…

5 Things I’ve Learned From Losing Friends

1. Don't Take the Friends You do Have for Granted In high school, friends are a dime a dozen, but there's always that tight circle of real friends: your “ride-or-die hoes”. These are the people you truly care about. Don't take these…

4chan: Beneath the Mask

4chan.org was launched on October 1st, 2003 by Christopher Poole—aka moot— originally as a place to discuss anime, manga, and other facets of Japanese culture. The site is what is known as an imageboard, an internet forum which operates…

My 5 Favorite Types of Facebook Friends

These aren't my actual favorite Facebook friends; I just needed another "F" to complete my awesomely alliterative appellation (not sure if I used that word correctly). How many of these Facebook users can you identify? 1. The Older ALL-CAPS…
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