Josh Hatton After Facebook was founded in 2004, users of the internet were gifted another way to make friends, bond over content, and engage in riveting conversation. It also allowed fans of […]
Tiegan Dudley It is no secret that today’s culture is extensively encompassed in a virtual world. But with this ever-increasing digital age, could it be possible that these “shiny screens” become the […]
“Nothing really matters because, really, we’re all just code.” Of course, our biological material is coded. Our identities are formed by a sequence of molecules that make up genetic data. But we are also binary data. Our lives, now more than ever, are determined by algorithms.
Goodreads is a book tracking app that lets you find new books then read and review them, neatly putting them on shelves after you have completed them.
My phone takes a perverse delight in informing me that TikTok is one of my most used apps. Today, I used it for 43 minutes. Yesterday, it was 2 hours and 34 minutes. The length of time fluctuates day-to-day, but it is inarguably, and perhaps somewhat embarrassingly, an app which I use day-to-day.
Beth, or BooksNest as she is known online, is a successful book blogger who recently grew her Twitter account to 10,000 followers. BooksNest often reviews young adult fiction, though branches out into other genres too. I spoke to Beth about why she loves blogging and what she has gotten out of it.
There are many ways the World Wildlife Fund flagship Choices campaign video goes against the grain of advertising. For one thing, it isn’t trying to sell anything (in fact, it wants us to consume less). Everything about Choices invokes the theme of change.
by Adam Drazsky “Clay is one of the easiest ways in the world to get Lynk’s Disease… and that doesn’t wash off,” informs a ragged-looking Alan Resnick in the eerie psychological horror […]
by Holly Lawley In an online world that increasingly engages us in fiery yet futile debates, are Instagram book clubs the perfect antidote? These social media utopias inspire members to share their […]
Alissia McNay Emojis have irreversibly changed the way we communicate. These tiny symbols have been in existence since 1999 but Apple’s iOS 6 update in 2012 made their popularity soar. In 2015, […]