Category Archives: entertainment

7 Reasons To Boycott The Listicle

Ok so this post really isn’t going to have 7 reasons to boycott the listicle, however I will talk about how and why the listicle is so popular. If you ask me, listicles are pure linkbait, and we should boycott them because, simply, they really do not contain any useful content. I would class the… Read More »

Kennedy Goes Back To The Future

Does anyone here remember when President Kennedy announced that we would put a man on the moon before the end of the decade? Probably not – was before most of our time: On May 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy announced before a special joint session of Congress the dramatic and ambitious goal of sending… Read More »

5 Ways To Have Sex With Your Apple iPhone

Yes, in this article, we will reveal 5 ways in which to have sex with your iPhone. Don’t worry, none of them require any special positions, unless of course you happen to be into any of those positions, that is. But before I do that, I’m curious, did you read this article BEFORE you forwarded it on? Pretty… Read More »

Video Games Teach Problem Solving Skills

One of the things I personally believe in incredibly important, a skill that everyone should have and cultivate, above all others, is the skill to problem solve. Sure, public speaking is important. So is Language Arts, Math, Science etc. But if you ask me, once you have problem solving skills, then everything else falls out… Read More »

Don’t Just Consume, Create!

I’ve been having a long, back and forth discussion on “whats wrong with the youth of today” with various folks of my, somewhat advanced age group, and I think I’ve come to a few conclusions: We are probably saying the same things about “the youth” that our parents said about us The divide is not… Read More »

Hunger Games And Technological Progress

IMHO, the Hunger Games portrays a completely plausible future – as today – and still as per William Gibson’s famous quote – the future is already here, just unevenly distributed. In the Hunger Games, the future has come and gone, with the technologies which support state oppression far advanced, and evenly distributed while others which… Read More »