01000011 01001111 01000100 01001001 01001110 01000111 00100001 00100001 00100001 : A Letter to Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates

Recently, several famous computer programmers like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, not to mention everyone’s second favorite Black Eyed Pea Will.i.am, teamed up to create a video urging people to learn computer programming. The video is nearly six minutes long, so I didn’t watch the whole thing. I have next to no attention span, so […]


How To Add Facebook Friends Without Creeping People Out

Friendships used to be so simple. You met a person, spoke to the person, and within minutes you were friends. If you didn’t become friends, you went your separate ways and never spoke to each other again. Then Mark Zuckerberg screwed everything up. With the invention of Facebook, now people can have thousands of “friendships” […]

Farewell, Anonymity. We Hardly Knew Ye…

I don’t think there is a single thing in the history of the world that makes me happier than a comment section on the internet. Nothing gives me more joy than heading to YouTube, finding the latest adorable animal video, then commenting, “Why are you watching these cute animals when Obama is trying to literally […]

Wife Talk: The Necessity of Hands-Free Soap Dispensers

With it being 2012, I have just been waiting for the world to come to a screeching halt. I’ve wondered how it would happen. Will the planet explode? Will the polar icecaps, tired of us constantly causing them to melt, rebel and fight back, destroying all living creatures? Will everyone kill themselves, unable to bear […]

My Cinnamon Challenge

According to the Wall Street Journal, the newest fad to hit the internet is eating a spoonful of cinnamon. Over 30,000 videos tagged “Cinnamon Challenge” have been put onto YouTube. That means that this fad is the real deal. It is not a safe fad, though. It can cause inflammation of the lungs and possible […]

My Hour Without Internet

I’ve heard legend of a time when all of the information that people were aware of were stored in things called “books.” These books, called encyclopedias, were sold door to door by men who desperately hoped for a family to drop the hundreds of dollars it would take to have this information in their home. […]

RIP Cell Phone; Hello New Technology

I remember when my mom got her first cell phone. It was a large brick of a cell phone that was able to do two things: Call people and play a game where you controlled a worm. What a technological marvel it was. It was like a phone you would have in your house, but […]