When I first got on Facebook I hated looking at profiles for people, especially my friends. I felt like I was looking through their room or something. Since then I became an administrator for three different groups on Facebook. This basically has forced me to get used to looking through people’s profiles to determine if […]Read more "Tips for Navigating Social Media Profiles"
A long time ago, before the Viggo Mortensen played Aragorn, before the live action renditions of The Lord of the Rings, in the deep dark period of time called the 1980s there were animated versions of the stories, specifically The Return of the King. In it there is a song sung by the Orcs of […]Read more "Coercive People"
Audio is one of our earliest forms of modern long distance communication in close to real time. Radio, telephones, and cell phones relied on audio only communication. People still listen to radio or each other in one form or another today. But today they can listen online in the forms of podcasts and online radio stations. […]Read more "Audio vs Video"
Recently I saw that Facebook has now made videos autoplay with the volume on, let’s explore why this is a bad idea. First off, most people don’t like autoplay, especially if they’re on limited data. Second, there’s a respect issue. Autoplay literally forces people to automatically view their content. This skews data as to views, […]Read more "Why Autoplay is a Terrible Idea."
I woke up this morning with to reminders f how the past is still with us. Facebook reminded me of a five year friendship…. of a friend I’ve had since I was a child. That’s lasted probably almost 20 years. So it’s to be expected that Facebook doesn’t know my entire life. I was also […]Read more "Blasts from the Past."
I switched what I was going to blog about today because in a stream I was watching had a viewer asked what he should do now that he should do since his girlfriend has been cheating on him for over a month. In a stream…. about videogames……. There is a time and a place for […]Read more "A Time and Place for Everything"
A lot of what we view of the world is shown through the lens of a camera. Pictures online, movies, T.V. shows, news programs, cellphone videos, vines, etc. These shape the way we perceive reality and it can be used to to help us with marketing and educating people. The problem is is that most […]Read more "Expectations Vs Reality"