Posts in category "Technology"

To Stalk, or to Block, That is the Question

  You’re clicking. You’re staring. You’re clicking. You’re staring. You’re clicking. You’re NOT BLINKING. You’re clicking (is that a bead of sweat that just sprouted on your forehead?) You’re clicking. You’re now sweating (that was a sweat bead!) You’re still clicking somehow even though your body is in a rigor mortis type state. ENOUGH! Today’s topic... Read more »

Eye Suggest ...

A couple of my friends and family members have gotten LASIK eye surgery.  They absolutely love it and don’t know how they lived without it prior. I would definitely consider it especially since sometimes I wake up and feel that my eyes have been laser beamed from the heavens above over night by some freak... Read more »

The 90s and the Dell: A Tale of Internet Explorer

Check out Internet Explorer’s new campaign.     I freaking love the 90s. The overalls, the pogs, and the Bop magazine posters that hung on my wall, flippin love it. I am the target demographic for this campaign, born in 1989. I think majority of people born between 1985-1995 can probably resonate which each nostalgic item... Read more »

We're all sell outs: The things you own end up owning you

We are all marketers, constantly branding. Whether we realize it or not, everything we post, reply to, and update is a complete package of ourselves that we are sending to the world. As technology advances, how we are perceived and the natural interaction between one another is changing rapidly. I tweet about going out and... Read more »

Nonfatal Attraction

After watching The Social Network, I realized something interesting, odd even. Aside from the obvious Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss natural sexiness, I’m attracted to one twin over the other. Granted this is bizarre on a count of they’re played by the SAME DUDE. Armie Hammer plays both of them, so why do I gravite towards one over the other?    ... Read more »

Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads... Or Do We?

  I’m upset. Broken promises. Uncertainty. False hope. I’m upset, and I have been for awhile now.   Think of the word future. What do you think of? We were told in Steven Spielberg’s 1989 classic, Back to the Future 2 that we would have these sick advancements by 2015 that make our daily lives peachy keen.... Read more »