Once something is put out on the internet, it is there forever. It will never go away, and people will continue to bring up how foolish you used to be.
Millennials have grown up with the wonders (and horrors) of the internet only a few clicks away. Only in the past few years have we begun to truly see what kind of an effect the internet can have on our future prospects.
Imagine a world where all you had to do was type what you need on your social media site and suddenly it appears on your doorstep. Oh, but there’s a catch! In order to have your need fulfilled you have to do something in return. In the case of Joelle Charbonneau’s “Need,” a new social […]
Instagram bans hashtags that are degrading, but they still aren’t doing a good job.
As an avid Tumblr user, I always look forward to the monthly #Blackout day, the most recent being June 21. On #Blackout, black people share, like, distribute, and reblog other photos of black people and culture. This project was started to bring positive attention toward the black community on all social media platforms. These photos […]