In today’s fast-paced world, we are continually bombarded by technology. The digital minimalism movement is trying to fix that.
Why Is Online Piracy Still Around and Even Growing?
Streaming platforms were supposed to curb piracy, but the practice has stuck around and is still growing. Here’s why.
Review Bombing: What Drives This Toxic Internet Phenomenon?
The internet can be a cruel place and review bombing is just one of the many proofs of that.
The Dark History of How Lawn Darts Became Illegal
Long story short, lawn darts became illegal after they killed Michelle Snow, a 7-year-old girl who was struck with a family friend’s lawn dart.
Are Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Actually Good for the Environment?
Electric and hybrid vehicles use a lot of batteries, and they don’t last forever or even a lifetime like some conventional cars do.
What’s So Bad About Andrew Tate?: A Brief History of Why So Many People Dislike Him
If, at any point in the last few months, you’ve had to Google exactly who Andrew Tate is, you’re not alone. The real question, though, is why he’s so widely hated.
2022 Wrapped: A Look Back on the Year’s Major News Highlights
Musk buys Twitter, FTX files for bankruptcy, Russia invades Ukraine, and people protest dictatorships. Let’s take a walk back through the biggest news highlights of 2022.
How to Save Rainforests With Old Smartphones: A Quick Look at Rainforest Connection
Rainforest Connection and their Rainforest Guardians are on a mission to save the rainforest with…smartphones?
Elon Musk’s Controversial Twitter Takeover: A Timeline in Tweets
For Elon Musk, the $44 billion purchase of Twitter is more than just a shiny new toy. He might actually have something big planned for it—if he can get out of his own way.
Energy Consumption Needs of Web 3.0 – Can the Planet Sustain Them?
As the world moves towards Web 3.0, can the planet sustain the humungous energy consumption needs of running the internet?
What You Should Know About Transparent California
Transparent California was made to increase public understanding of government compensation packages, but it’s created more questions than it has answered.
The Top 8 Most Valuable Squishmallows
Squishmallows have taken the world by storm in the last few years and some of them now fetch wildly high prices. These are the top 8 most valuable Squishmallows.
Take This Lollipop and Enter a Zoom Nightmare
You know you’re not supposed to take candy from strangers. But why not take this lollipop anyway?
Why the Gamecube Is the Best Gaming Console of All Time
On November 18, 2001, Nintendo bestowed upon North America the greatest gaming console that has ever existed, and may ever exist if the world keeps trending toward imminent destruction. But let’s put that negativity aside and talk about one of the undeniable treasures of our world: the Nintendo Gamecube. With the recent release of the […]
Fitness Influencers Are Making Us Hate Exercise, and We Should Stop Listening to Them
To follow or not to follow? Fitness influencers have motivated us to work out, but they could be harmful for our overall wellbeing.
The Reality Behind Technological Singularity and Artificial Intelligence Takeovers
We all fear robots taking over one day, but how realistic are these fears of technological singularity?