Posts Tagged ‘social network’

This is what happens when the photo I'm trying to upload won't work. I get frustrated, need to go act, and put any random image up.

As luck would have it, I’m filming the final episode of Coversity today in Maryland. I’d landed in NY from Burbank via stopover in Phoenix after burying my grandpa, and hopped on a bus to DC this morning where I was picked up and driven to the set in Rockville, Maryland.

Now, I’d grown up with certain things being romanticized. Such as film, LA (thanks mom), and…earthquakes. I’d heard countless stories of earthquake drills my mom had in school, where they would climb under their desks. In Israel, children do this out of fear form terror attacks. Here it’s from earthquakes.

I’d never felt one tho. My mom would always try to simulate that (more…)

With the advent of sites such as Twitter, rumors have the potential to become news stories. Whether or not it actually happened, it’ll always be part of history. There’s currently a big trend on Twitter about Amy Lee being dead. For those of you who don’t know her, oh well. I personally love her music, I think It’s dark, with a pleasant edge to it. If she turns out to be alive, it’ll always be known and discussed among her fans, and on sites that have her biography, as “the death hoax”.

Think back to any Wikipedia page you’ve recently seen. Most have events on them that re so trivial, so minor, almost a blip on a persons life, yet they become etched in the memories and on the web pages of the day.

Just my midnight thoughts on the advantages and dangers of instant news.