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They say a picture is worth a 1000 words but is it?

Thumbing a lift on the super highway of information is dead easy. Almost all of us, do it on a daily basis. Jumping from website to website, snatching bits of data, comparing price and service and saving pins of other people’s ideas, for when we have a spare moment to replicate their designer lives. 976 more words

Embalm

Reading Matter #4.

Generation X was one of the first books that seemed to have my  thoughts on the state of life affairs properly articulated. “Not fitting in” is a universal concept, but Coupland really made it possible for 20-somethings to stop beating ourselves up about our (mis)direction, anger at our parents and a confusion about the world that surrounds us. 142 more words

Reading Matter

X

I have watched youth
slide off my bones
a thick fat, cooled
slipping off the broth
a cracked segment, slivers
then chunks, of me
gone… 211 more words

Poetry

My Jams '92

My Jams posts contain adult language and controversial observations.  Actual release dates may vary.  

I’m so happy ‘cause today

I’ve found my friends

They’re in my head… 1,654 more words

Music

When you don't really matter all that much

Oh…that’s a perky title.  Nice.  What, you gonna’ jump off the San Francisco bridge or something?

No…I’m really talking about something less drastic that suicide. 722 more words

Politics

Less Sex for Millennials? (Tell Me About It!)

As written about in a piece by Susan Scutti for CNN, citing research by the academic journal Archives of Sexual Behavior (ahem, totally academic, yes), the twenty-somethings of today… 2,152 more words

Social Issues

Cell phones, shootings and how it relates to anime

Since the invention of the mobile phone in the early seventies and its commercialisation in the following decade, the device has well and truly disrupted traditional communication. 745 more words

Features