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In an age long ago, when internet discussion forums were a dime a dozen, and before sites like Facebook and Twitter took off, you could actually find intelligent discussions on the internet. People would generally “network” by joining a discussion group that matched their interests, and take off from there. Back then, the narcissism was … Continue reading How Social Media Killed Intelligent Dialogue
Many across the state of Texas are in a panic right now. Due to record cold temperatures and a blanket of snow which has kept everyone indoors, people are consuming more energy than normal. This has issued in a number of rolling blackouts across the state, resulting in consumer power losses of up to 45 … Continue reading Green-Capping Today’s Energy For Tomorrow’s World
Now that popular trends are starting to backlash against the big social media platforms, one begins to wonder where it all will end. I mean, it seems that social media, as we know it, is living on borrowed time. There is something to be said for the almost-outmoded concept of “consumer trust.” When your users … Continue reading The High Cost Of Social Media
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