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World Oceans Day: Conservation Through Digital Art and Activism

World Oceans Day: Conservation Through Digital Art and Activism

U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce is genuinely excited about World Oceans Day. Sure, as Homo sapiens we spend most of our lives as landlubbers. However, our fates and fortunes are inextricably linked to a healthy ocean, which fills our dinner plates and enriches our economies. While June 8th arrives but once a year, efforts to […]

Art Imitates Facebook: The Future of Us

Art Imitates Facebook: The Future of Us

Like a co-dependent college pal, Facebook throws its weight around, alienates our friends, and gossips incessantly about everybody we know. Your friends don’t approve of this unhealthy relationship, but they don’t understand your special connection with Facebook.

Is Facebook Ruining Your Relationship? Yes, but only if you’re an idiot.

Is Facebook Ruining Your Relationship? Yes, but only if you’re an idiot.

I still can’t decide which has greater value, my personal dignity, or the $50 skins offered to participants who qualify for this Facebook intervention.

Social Media And Our Changing Persona

Social Media And Our Changing Persona

 I used to hate Facebook.  Can you blame me? The thought of navigating a forum where users blurt  mundane insight and random cravings of the id made me queasy. Seriously, who really gives a poop that you discovered an amazing cupcake, or that you hate cleaning the bathroom? Facebook participants release thoughts and images in […]

Your Solipsistic Thought For The Day: Boston Cream Doughnuts

Your Solipsistic Thought For The Day: Boston Cream Doughnuts

Your Solipsistic Thought For The Day: Boston Cream Doughnuts While I consider myself intellectually superior to Facebook’s daily digital expectoration, I’m drawn to the vanity and solace of sending my own whimsical declarations across the Ether. Please look the other way, or at least turn your head and cough, as I celebrate our shared mortality […]