So, who ARE you? Your personality lies within the core of your screen name. A basketball player? BBaLLeR. A dancer? DaNCe. A club kid? XtaScY. Why are we typing LiKe tHiS? Well, random capitalization is how you show the world that you’re l33t. It’s not acceptable anywhere but the Internet – only a n00b would require this explanation…
In which this contributor essentially talks to himself, not unlike this herein.
We post certain pictures to our Facebook that will make us look good and leave the gross ones out. We get rid of our activity on our wall if we want to create a minimalist feel. Do we want our lives to feel clean or do we not mind exposing the chaos? The choice is ours.
Draft a mission statement. Use words like “disruptive” and “innovative” and “relevancy.” Improve the articulation of your idea in Gchat conversations with friends, siblings, ex-coworkers, and anyone who will listen.
This video is so exciting. Here we have 90’s style Billy Corgan, Michael Jackson, Kurt Loder, Coolio (“If you ain’t on the information superhighway baby than where is it?”) Sandra Bullock, and more on “the worldwide computer network called the Internet,” as well as a younger Newt Gingrich…
The shorts are autobiographical snippets of Yilmaz’s life, thick with sarcasm and refreshingly light on philosophy. Yilmaz’s voice is pitched low with nasal overtones, turning each video into a three minute sigh…
I have found a new love, and his name is iPhone. He treats me nice, lets me touch all over him in public, get’s turned on super fast, keeps secrets better, and he is skinny. There is no flashing when he has to tell me something, he lets me take my own time to check him, use him, and be with him.
These four little words, when left dangling at the end of a sentence like a cancerous limb, can result in a mental breakdown for the person on the receiving end of this inconsiderate conjunction…especially if typed via text message, IM, bbm or Facebook message.
Facebook is a PC. It’s been around so long, we all know how to use it, it’s like the raggedy but comfortable robe we wear on weekends and refuse to throw out. But Google+? Google+ is Apple. It’s clean cut and user-friendly. And once you go Mac? You don’t go back.
Too many people I know, myself included, have been plagued by inspired decisions to unfriend people on Facebook. Whether it’s to lower our friend count or to become more ‘exclusive,’ the unfriending ceremony is a phenomenon that everyone with a Facebook account must consider.