When surfing online we should always ask ourselves: what is real? Finding sources and context for content can be hard bordering on impossible. Our immediate surroundings still give a us a hint on why content looks the way it does.
On many planes of communication and social interaction, we've opened a discussion that welcomes challenging views on our reality and society. While this discussion might happen at the cost of a few men's ego, reputation and wealth, there is a lot more at stake.
From the history and purpose of media to storytelling and scheduling, life gets paradoxically clearer and messier at a collegiate level.
Känner du ett konstant gnav i bakhuvudet som påminner dig om att vad du än gör, kan du göra det lite bättre? En liten inre kritiker som klyver alla dina beslut och val? Känns det bekant att du känner att du arbetar mot dig själv, precis för att du alltid analyserar sönder dig själv istället [...]
In the few months since I've started my blog, the most asked question I get is "what is it you want to be?". It's a good question. In fact, it's so good that I'm struggling with answering it every day.
SEO also means that if you want your texts to be read, you've got to buckle under to online peer pressure lest you'll be left out in the proverbial rain like an orphan in a Dickens novel.
With the rise of the online presence and the omitting of traditional habits and norms, are we all becoming online collectors?
(And if in the morning I
turn and kiss you in your sleep
I’ve done more for peace and hope
than any other woman ever did)