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Editor's Note: Blogging, News And Life

It’s interesting how we create a false sense of obligation or importance. While taking my break from social media, I couldn’t avoid reading the news despite knowing how frustrating it is to read about injustices or compelling stories that focus on irrelevant points. 515 more words

Failure To Listen

Interpreting Swedish election results with the Huffington Post

Sweden had its national election a few days ago. The Sweden Democrats were expected to do historically well, and did. But pre-election polling suggested they might claim as much as 30% of the vote, not the almost 18% they ultimately won. 1,657 more words

Apple vs. Samsung Ad Analysis

In September 2012, Samsung released an advertisement campaign mocking Apple’s release of the iPhone 5. The ad displays each of the two phones below a tagline saying, “It doesn’t take a genius.” The ad lists the most talked about features of the iPhone 5, such as its screen size, 4G LTE, Siri, and new outlet. 240 more words

Differently wired: the unique perspective of autistic author James Christie

Author James Christie once made a remarkable journey from his home in Glasgow, travelling all the way across the States to Hollywood by Greyhound.  The purpose of his journey was to meet Juliet Landau, one of the stars of  1,347 more words