Tags » Societal Critique

Op-Ed: Decreased attention spans deter acceptance of long-form writing styles

It’s conclusive: society’s attention span deficiency is directly contributing to the lack of acceptance of my writing style. 

As a major shift in the marketing world has taken hold, people want more clear and concise communications materials. 535 more words


It's that time of year again...

Good evening readers!

As it just so happens, coincidence is on my side this week! While the impending hated/loved holiday of the year is less than 3 hours away, my reading has brought me a story with a Valentine’s Day twist. 1,439 more words

Ethnic Fashion

I hate the commercialized ethnic prints. It’s as if we have chosen to adopt the “cool” parts of a culture and have adapted it to our own. 331 more words

Thoughts & Reflections

The Power Within

I was once told by one of my professors “The greatest things you will learn are things from within, not from without“.

Now, mind you that English was not his native language, this powerful quote actually strikes at the true root of education.   507 more words

The Hunger Games: Every Bit As "Important" As Animal Farm

I just had the pleasure of reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, and I do mean pleasure.  It was such a joy to finally get my hands on a book that actually drives me to turn the next page, always wanting to find out what happens next.  880 more words

Fantastical Fiction


Yesterday ( October 17 ) was the birthday of the american dramatist ,ARTHUR MILLER.
Miller Happens To Be A Big Signature In The World Of Modern Drama In The Last Century. 226 more words


The "N" Word (article contains adult language)

I spend a lot of time in a place where guys use the “N” word on a regular basis. I generally see the word as way to keep peers in check; to prevent others from surpassing oneself. 536 more words