by Hannah Harkness Social media has the ability to bring a community of people together to share extremely specific inside jokes. I know this because my algorithm largely shows me posts from stand up comedians, wrestlers/wrestling fans, and snake owners… which creates a confusing and terrifying timeline that routinely scares
This is a tutorial “article” that will show writers how to do all their own SEO for each of their own articles. Search Engine Optimization? Sounds scary! Well, it is, scary awesome how easy it is for everyone to be diligent about putting forth the effort so that all articles are
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1. Perform condescending grammar and/or spelling checks on random people’s internet posts. This is one of the most popular and, I assume, effective approaches. Don’t agree with something someone says online? Meticulously run it through spell check. Nothing gets your point across like condescendingly reminding someone they missed a hyphen.
Back in 2011, any girl could masturbate for strangers online and collect mad cash in anonymity. But times have changed. The days of “The Cam Girl Next Door” are dead.
Disclaimer: I do not currently have an online dating profile. Once you read this, you may not either. Although I recently did some online dating research and have some awkward experiences from the past, I have enough social networks to vet through than have yet another way for people to
[Quick background for those handful of you not using a smartphone: instagram is a mobile application that creates photography filters that makes your pictures look old-timey, overexposed, grainy, etc. and makes them easy to share with other users. It’s simple. Simple but brilliant.] People I know have strong feelings
I consider myself an internet afficiando. I rely on it for vital information, news, most of my entertainment, and, of course, my writing career. I’m one of the first among my friends to hear of a new meme, a viral video, or a new link. I don’t completely buy into
Brazil has more to offer than gorgeous mulatto bodies during Carnaval. youPIX, a Brazilian festival of Internet culture, is stopping at Barrel House in SF tonight for a short, FREE vacation into the Brazilian Intertron. Apparently, Brazilian Internet users are among the most active and influential in the world, and