With so much information at our fingertips, we don’t need to retain information in our brains, and yet we often feel so much smarter by virtue of immediately being able to answer any questions we have, and yet, the jury’s still out on whether all this tech is actually making us smarter or causing considerable damages to our brains.
Having, once again, crossed that annual hurdle that is Valentine’s day, there’s no better time to discuss the topic of rejection than right now.
Guest contributor Gary Knipe outlines the most common issues with our phones, and how you can avoid them. This basic guide should give a little more life to the device you simply cannot live without.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to protect ourselves from the hurt we experienced in previous relationships by keeping our eyes peeled for all the warning signs in this new, potential partner: the infamous red flags.
But perhaps those red flags might not be where we think they are
For some reason people find it hard to accept that maybe, as a species, we are inherently violent. Our societies are built on this violence. Wars created the nations we live in today long before video games. But perhaps video games pose another problem.
The sequin-studded, psychotic princess of crime, played by the talented and gorgeous Margot Robbie, is back post-break-up with the Joker, and this time it’s all about her. No longer is she overshadowed by her male Gotham counterparts. This story is all hers and for the first time, she controls the narrative. But, unlike many of Gotham’s male figures, she’s willing to share the limelight with an unlikely, rag-tag girl gang.
There’s a sweet spot when it comes to traveling, somewhere between a vacation and moving. A place that provides most of the benefit, with the least number of downsides. Guest contributor Waylon Kenning explains.
Netflix pushes boundaries and raises questions with its provocative new geopolitical drama, Messiah. Here’s what we think.
We have so many thing we need to get done, pay for, remember, that we completely forget about the small things that make us feel good. We don’t have time for hobbies, we constantly have to think about what everyone else wants from us, and we have days where we just feel quite rubbish. Here’s how to combat that, and put yourself first again.
You might be asking why I’ve decided to tell you about a plant. I’m telling you about a plant, because it’s the very first plant I bought. And just a few months ago it was dying! Also, it reminded me of hope and I’ve been wanting to tell that story as well.