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SOCIAL MEDIA’S WORST

May 14, 2015

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Shoutout to our waitress for being purple @Dave_evans47

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Meet Dan Bilzerian: the 34-year-old poker-playing, gun bearing social media sensation. With 7.7 million Facebook followers and 8.4 million on Instagram, he’s kind of a big deal. He’s also my least favourite person on the internet. Bilzerian became famous through his professional poker career, starring in numerous episodes of the World Series of Poker. His […]

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THE AGE OF ANONYMITY

August 12, 2014

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  “I’ve never had so many friends; I’ve never felt so alone.” –Postsecret The digital age is among us, bringing with it unlimited sharing, anonymity and pseudonyms. The façades we create on our Facebook pages are stripped of all structural integrity and remain a flimsy projected image of our ideal self. We’re logged in, checked […]

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HOW MANY OF YOUR FACEBOOK FRIENDS DO YOU REALLY KNOW?

December 24, 2013

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I still remember the first day that I got Facebook. Funnily enough it was my aunty who pressured me into getting it. “Okay, I’ll join this weird website thing,” I told her. I hesitantly made an account, chose a photo to make my display picture, and added people to be my friends. For the first […]

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TECH ADDICTION

August 17, 2013

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“Is that phone an extension of your hand?” Chances are that as a teenager, you’ve been chastised more than once for spending a little too much time with technology. Most of us would feel completely naked without our mobile phones in our jeans pocket—and a hell of a lot less safe. It’s a means of […]

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