How can we control the vast impersonal forces that now menace our hardwon freedoms?

Knowledge is Power

Posted By: on July 8, 2012

Sir, France is Bacon.

France is Bacon

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The History of Twitter

Posted By: on May 26, 2012

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When Jack Dorsey proposed to his cohorts at Odeo that they should create an internal messaging system that could be viewed and contributed to at any time by any user, it opened the door to open communication within a group. They could keep tabs on one another, offer help, and post where they were and what they were doing at all times. In other words, the concept of Twitter was that it would be a productivity tool assisting their real project.

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Homes and Apartments in Demand as Real Estate Market Heats Up

Posted By: on April 6, 2014

Demand for apartments rose, and more homes went on the market, in the first quarter of 2014 than throughout the entire economic recession that began in 2008. This news came despite low temperatures in the Read On »

Now You’re Just Showing Off!

Posted By: on September 12, 2010

I mean, come on! Who tackles a 5000+ meter mountain with a ladder just to outdo everyone else. Not only did this badass weather all sorts of weather and obstacles, he did it all with this Read On »

The 7 Most Shocking Drug-Related Celebrity Meltdowns

Posted By: on June 25, 2013

Celebrities who take drugs will suffer from the same consequences as non-celebrity drug abusers. Where famous people differ from most middle-class Americans is that they are usually rich. As a result, money is no object Read On »

Art by a 10-Year-Old: “Hulk Smashes the Kardashians”

Posted By: on May 21, 2012

Kids generally love The Hulk. Despite his frightening appearance and demeanor, kids have an instinctive understanding that he’s only going to hurt the bad guys. In this case, the “bad guys” identified by a 10-year-old are as evil as they get.

Hulk Smash Kardashians

(Via: Reddit)

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The Art of Multi-Posting

Posted By: on April 27, 2012

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Writing a blog post is easy. Writing one that can be applied to a complete social media brand messaging campaign requires a little more effort.

Actually, it’s a lot more effort, but it’s worth it.

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The Truth About Garbage

Posted By: on April 12, 2012


We take it out and it disappears. That’s the extent of our knowledge about garbage. Sure, some people are fighting for the sake of the environment, but many of us are doing it by purchasing a Prius or checking labels of the products we buy for the Recycled symbol. Do we really know what’s happening to our garbage?

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The Final Rally Point During a Zombie Invasion

Posted By: on April 1, 2012

When all else fails, fall back to this location to either regroup and plan the last push or to  live out the rest of your days without getting infected.

Zombie Final Rally Point

Liepaja, 2004,  from the Resonance series. Photographer: Geert Goiris

+JD Rucker is Founder of Hasai, Inc, a Social Media Firm, Director of New Media for KPA, an Automotive SEO firm that purchased Hasai, and Editor at Soshable, a Social Media Marketing Blog. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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Powerful Message

Posted By: on March 10, 2012

Search your feelings. You know it to be true.

Powerful Message

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The Beetles, Abbey Road

Posted By: on March 8, 2012

Very clever, Volkswagen. Very clever.


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Kuato. The Younger Years.

Posted By: on February 12, 2012

Before Kuato was commanding Douglas Quaid to “open your mind” on Mars, he was back on Earth hanging out with mum, smiling without a care in the world.

As you’ll see in the scene below the family portrait, the years haven’t been kind to him or his mum.


Source: via J.D. on Pinterest

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Contrast and Flow: Visualizing and Harmonizing with Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night”

Posted By: on February 12, 2012

Starry Night Van Gogh

When artists attempt to manipulate a masterpiece in any way, the results are normally disastrous. All too often, classic movies, legendary songs, and artful masterpieces are the center of desecration for would-be innovators to completely botch.

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