private show

Some forget to respect our choices. Some confuse this (mistakenly or maliciously), thinking they can make this choice for others. Recently, an inappropriately enthusiastic woman recorded a stranger’s budding romance on a plane. Surprisingly, many users on social media, both commoners and companies, were applauding the stream of live-tweets as a cutting-edge entertainment piece. Unsurprisingly, … Continue reading private show

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public profile

It’s impossible to escape the ubiquity of social media. Whether you are comforted by this disruption or not, it is increasingly accessible to most people, making it a top choice for maintaining personal and public connections. Yet, as with many things captured online, these connections are vulnerable to interference. Facebook is embroiled in a privacy-failing … Continue reading public profile

censored protest

Rolling eyes, when done well, merit applause and analysis. Recently, many witnessed an infamous eye-roll in Chinese parliament. This was the most popular eye roll that day, even upstaging a royal roll by an English prince shared with his American-becoming-English-but-remaining-American-possibly fiancée during an amusing, maladapted performance. This spectacular eye roll comes from Chinese reporter Xiangyi, … Continue reading censored protest