The Zuckerberg Book Club 2015

If Oprah can do it why not Mark Zuckerberg? The CEO of Facebook announced that his challenge for 2015 was to read more books. Aside from the fact that Jeff Bezos ( CEO of Amazon) probably received the best news to reach him for the New Year (the

8 Worst Types of Social Media Abuse

Before I log on to one of my social media accounts, I take a minute to prepare myself for the impending stupidity. The abuse found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram is appalling. This issue isn’t talked about enough, so I’ve come to enlighten

Shows to Binge Watch: “Lost”

Ten years ago television viewers found themselves in the middle of a plane wreck. Pieces of wreckage were on fire, people were screaming, and a man even got sucked into a still-spinning turbine; into the chaos ran a young doctor by the name of Jack

What Facebook Does to You

They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. But what happens when we never allow for any absence? What happens when we take all those spare moments of our lives–the moments that would otherwise have been quiet and empty–and fill them up with

Serializing Fiction to Fix our Attention

It’s not difficult to see why people today, especially—dare I say—Generation Y types, have a hard time focusing on one thing for an extended period of time. You could trace this back to the first media culprit that destroyed our minds. MTV.