Tag: social media
The “Real Appeal” service is priced at $70 a pop, and for that, you get a warm body for your selfies for a whole two hours. Customers using the Real Appeal service are supplied with a catalog of fake friends to select from and are free to pick based on sex, gender, or, presumably, any other criteria.
Magazines from Cosmo to Men’s Health post sex advice. Much of it is neither useful nor helpful. Here is some of the worst magazine sex advice ever.
Have you ever fallen into the social media energy vampire trap? You may have been preyed upon by an energy vampire and have not been aware as it was happening as others are feeding off of your energy. This can and does often occur as a direct result from your emotional reactions.
Technology these days means a lot of things to a lot of people, but have we become to entrenched in the dark side of technology? Psychologist Dr. Laurie Nadel weighs in with some sobering statistics in this must-listen episode of #CLN Radio.
How much of what you experience of the world and believe about it is really based on the truth of “the world,” and how much is actually conditioned into you by the virtual world created by media and social media? This is an important question, because many of us today are actually experiencing less and […]
Many of you are stretching the social media boundaries to stand out online and in the process losing sight of your common sense and in the process damaging your reputation. Stop doing these 6 things…
Twitter announced it will be joining in the pro-censorship campaigns currently sweeping social media under the familiar guise defenders of liberty and free speech love to hate.
Many young girls completely looked up to O’Neil and were even obsessed with her. Little did they know that behind that pretty face, she was totally unhappy.
It’s up to us to use social media to connect with others in positive ways, rather than shut out potential good-fit partners because they don’t meet strict criteria. Social media’s impact on our dating and sex lives is as good or bad as we, as individuals, allow it to be.
What happens when Facebook begins deciding what news stories we get to see? Once the algorithms Facebook uses to create targeted ads are applied to the stories it feeds us, how will that affect our perceptions? Do we really want Facebook spoon-feeding us the news it sees “fit to print”?
One of the globe’s biggest publishers of textbooks and other educational materials has taken to monitoring the social media accounts of students to see if they discuss their exams.
The company you keep says a lot about you. Here’s why you should pay attention to who you surround yourself with.
Groopspeak takes action alerts public. It is more in-depth than an online petition, easier to use than a phone number on a website, and more social than an email list. When an activist creates an issue, people can weigh in as “for” or “against,” making it more credible to public officials than a standard petition site. Groopspeak is action alerts, revamped, and will help you in your lobbying efforts.