Are you master or slave when it comes to modern technology? Steven Lake explores the slippery slope of disconnection when always connected.
TweetAgramKatErestBook… you don’t want to do that crap anymore. You want to be the anti-viral of the webs. Here you go. 3 #shortcuts to become a social media catastrophe…
This is a world where I looked a man in the eyes and the words, “Where are your sequins?” tumbled from my lips
Whether it’s finding the best place to get mouth-watering burgers, or planning a back-to-basics camping expedition with the guys, Pinterest delivers all the tools for you to plot your travel.
Ken Goldstein follows an ad through the chain from advertiser to consumer, and wonders why Facebook is still targeting him with ads for French Maid Costumes.
Jeff Bogle argues that teaching a kid how to use social media and its consequences is the responsibility of parents
It could be me on my annual New Year’s rant against the electronic world getting all 19th century on your ass. But I don’t think so.
“If I see another lace dress or engagement ring I’m going to puke.” says guestposter Jack Meyer in this entertaining blog about Pinterest.
Johnny Pharr had been an introvert all his life, until he discovered the secrets to being an outrovert.
Keep refreshing Twitter, don’t miss out on the important stuff. With so much going on in the world and our lives, how do we keep track of our time and what is important?
Happy 4th of July! Dad Matt Sweetwood ponders on the freedoms he wishes for as a dad.
It was a “gift” they weren’t expecting but have come to fully understand.
Celebrating All Family Structures on Independence Day
Jed Diamond explains how abandonment, shame, and betrayal impact us throughout our lives.
There was no more hiding that day.
Sean Swaby says Independence Day isn’t a date on the calendar. It’s an amazing, adventurous time of life.
When David Flannigan lost his son to AIDS, he decided to honor him, one mile at a time.
Jordan & Roxy, a heterosexual couple committed to a life together, refused to marry until all couples in the USA could. They only had to wait 6 years. Here is their inspiring story.
Dad Sean just turned 40. He had an amazing independence when he was younger, but he would not trade what he has now to get it back. Here’s why.
After being ripped off by a family friend, this man learned a valuable life lesson when his father refused to help him out. — One of the greatest lessons I learned from my Dad was[Read More…]
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Why what we are doing here is so important.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.
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