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It is a cliché, the 24/7 information, facebook, twitter, online newspapers.

I have many times caught myself checking a specific website or social network recurrently after only a few minutes of having visited that site (and I still do). 249 more words


Inequity: In the Eye of the Storm

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Images and narratives from television to film inform audiences what to care about, impact how viewers understand themselves, and show whose stories matter. What we see on our screens shapes our social identities. 1,347 more words


Screen time vs. real life

You’re hanging out with your best friend when they tell you they’re moving across the country. Clearly, you’re devastated because you will no longer be able to see them whenever you want. 1,011 more words


3 Lessons From Rob and Chyna [Original Post: M-Blog]

Original Post: The Message Movement 

Unless you avoid all forms of social media, the recent Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna drama was hard to miss. Rob took to Instagram (and then Twitter) to post nude photos of Chyna. 1,230 more words


Drawing the line, and stepping right over it - Bachelor In Paradise Canceled.

The jury is out on the specifics of what went down in Paradise this summer. Reports indicate the show’s shutdown was the result of two contestants, DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios, extremely intoxicated (yet producer driven) engaging in an explicit sexual encounter in the pool. 612 more words


10 Ted Talks That Inspire Passion for Storytelling

I am a true believer in the power of storytelling to connect us. Listening to the story of another, allows us find commonality where we may otherwise see division. 118 more words


Media remains important

We have a general understanding and knowledge that media effects our lives. Getting that itch when you haven’t checked your phone in a few minutes gives you a good clue as to how much. 280 more words