What Lauren Conrad’s Instagram Taught Me About Content Curating

“Social media.” That elusive title for the elusive concept that real connections and sharing your many likes and dislikes via the world wide web are actually a good idea. I know that sounded a little bitter (!) but don’t you sometimes feel pushed around by social media? It’s not as fun (as it feels) it should be sometimes. And plenty of users have expressed anxiety, … Continue reading What Lauren Conrad’s Instagram Taught Me About Content Curating

The Best Tweets From #DeadlineHeadlines And #DeadlineReviews After Their Very Disgraceful “Too Much Of A Good Thing” Article

No need for much of an intro, but we’ll give you the head ups anyway in that earlier today Deadline published their most controversial article yet when they co-signed¬†Nellie Andreeva¬†asking if the rise of Black-led and people of color shows like How to Get Away with Murder, Black-ish, Fresh Off the Boat and the utter smash, runaway hit of Empire was taking away from White … Continue reading The Best Tweets From #DeadlineHeadlines And #DeadlineReviews After Their Very Disgraceful “Too Much Of A Good Thing” Article

How Effective Are These Girl Empowerment Ads?

  For some time now, advertisement execs have had an obsession, and it’s been on decoding the apparent low self-esteem of the average American woman. For about five years now, companies specifically oriented on beauty, health, and skincare have released commercials determined to de-myth the notion that only outward beauty matters and that when it comes to what the everyday people are shown from the … Continue reading How Effective Are These Girl Empowerment Ads?