• The Internet Challenge Trends

    Through the heart of social media lies the experience of a shared collective humanity. It is a living digital museum of connection and community. We log in to share and record our lives. In part to create a form of continuous dialog. And if that dialog had a common language it would be the viral […]

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  • A Look Back at Social Media in 2016

    A Look Back at Social Media in 2016 2016 has been an eventful year for social media filled with new innovations, new features, viral videos, bizarre trends, celebrity deaths, fads, political craziness and entertainment. Let’s take a look back at what happened on social media in 2016: Facebook Year in Review Facebook released a video […]

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  • The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Horror Story

    Before I begin, let me clarify one thing for my readers: I am a proud Samsung user- probably the only one in this agency who is still loyal to dear old Samsung. To this date, I have not let myself be seduced by Apple’s glitz and glamour. I have resisted the urge to switch from […]

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  • The 100 Layers Challenge

    I am by no means a Makeup Guru or even a Makeup Enthusiast. I am probably one of those girls who read the “A Lazy Girl’s Guide to Morning Makeup” articles to find ways to appear presentable enough for work by putting in the least amount of effort. When I do make an effort, try […]

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  • When a Snap Story becomes a modern day Love Story

    “And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it. ” (The Alchemist) The story that I am about to tell you is a modern day example of how true Paulo Coelho’s words still are. When Coelho must have penned down these words, he couldn’t have imagined his words would […]

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  • Using a Dead Celebrity to Awkwardly Promote Your Brand on Social Media

    The tradition of mourning heroes and famous figures dates back to The Egyptians and the Mayans who built massive shrines to worship their royals; the Greeks and Romans who organized massive funerals to commemorate poets and military heroes. In the 19th century, Victor Hugo’s funeral drew millions of people to the streets of Paris, Michael […]

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  • Donald Trump’s Social Media Prowess

    Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first Radio President. His “fireside chats” (a series of 30 evening radio addresses given by U.S. President between 1933 and 1944) are now legendary. The social media generation of today might not appreciate how innovative that was but it was the first time in history that a chief executive used the most cutting-edge […]

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  • Ranting on Twitter: Is It Worth t?

    Guys, this is the most important living blogger talking, so you better listen up. Everybody with any form of taste knows that this is going to be the best post you will be reading on this blog, mainly because I have written it. I am the number 1 most impactful blogger of our generation. I […]

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  • Be Like Bill

    There hasn’t a day gone by in the last few weeks when I have logged into Facebook and not seen at least a million “Be Like Bill” memes (no exaggeration here). The “Be like Bill” meme is basically a way for people to highlight everyday things that annoy them, both online and in everyday life. […]

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  • Life of an Instagram Husband

    Are you the designated photographer for your Instagram Wife? Do you take more pictures with your Instagram Wife than you would take on your own? Is your photo thumb calloused and/or blackened with wear? Have you ever been yelled at for presuming you should only take one, maybe two, pictures of a particular pose? Do […]

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