T.C. Stolak says, “Facebook destroys the present moment, leaving us only with the metadata of experience; ultimately meaningless traces of what we now think looks like real experience. It does this by locking us in a room with ourselves, our self-consciousness, and throwing away the key.”
But that could be replaced with Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Google, or any other community based website.
I think a better, but less exciting article, would be about quitting Facebook because it’s boring.
Fridays have officially gone formal at Fine And Dandy. In our opinion the world is too casual from a style perspective. This is our anti-casual Friday. So each week we ask you to get dressed up, encourage your co-workers to do the same, and send us a photo: info@FineAndDandyShop.com.
This is a research blog where I’m keeping up on the legalization of marijuana because I can see a future where I retire to run a small weed cafe in a medium sized town and my business partner runs his used car lot out of the parking lot. #dreambig
By offering Mr. Davis $4 million in exchange for 10 percent of future earnings, Fantex has valued his future earnings at $40 million. But earning an additional $40 million is not necessarily an easy task, even for a star tight end or a Super Bowl contender.
"If games were Lego sets, game engines would be pre-made foundations and platforms to be built on."
This is a horrible analogy. The idea of Lego doesn’t fit in at all. It’s just a description of what a game engine is.
Replace Lego with any other word and it’s just as stupid.
Capital tends to accumulate faster than the economy grows in the long run; wealth thus concentrates in the hands of a few.