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Let’s All Aim To Become Cliche’ — Just Like Cynicism

Good Bye Cynicism. You Were Cool While You Lasted. The origins of the cynics date back to the ancient Greeks. If cynicism can be called a philosophy, and many people argue it has a Socratic lineage, its acceptance definitely fluctuated … Continue reading

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The Symptoms of Golden Age Syndrome

The Golden Age of Hollywood was a time period that lasted roughly from the 1920s until the early 1960s. Most movies were black and white. This is obviously an elegant look. It was an era when men wore suits and … Continue reading

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The Next Billion-Dollar Idea: A Giant Internet Love Fest

An Open Letter to Mark Zuckerberg I’ve been on Facebook for a few years now. Many of my friends are jumping the Zuckerberg Ship and heading over to Google+. They are the early adopters, and the newest thing always seems … Continue reading

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True Creators Are Pirates Too

I didn’t invent one single word in this sentence. Or this one. This one too. In fact, you could say I pirated all these words and I am currently parading them as my own. But do not be fooled, my … Continue reading

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