First of all, I know I’ve not blogged for a week or so. This is because I have been too busy. Expect lots of posts on The EssWhyDee Blog after my last exam(which is the 10th of this month).
Some show it publicly, others don’t.
I may not always show it but I give out a lot of respect to people around me, you don’t have to do much to gain it, I’ll appreciate little things and…BAM! Brownie points for you!
But hang on a sec, should we be dishing out respect to everyone around us?
A major cause of conflict in this world is down to many factors but the one I’m going to give my thoughts on in this article is; The issue of people’s egos.
It’s not anything new and indeed it may sound cliche…but it’s something we can’t physically visualize and so is often overlooked…
“This is rubbish!” – “But I don’t think so”
Opinions are formed around us on a constant basis. Everyone has them. Some of them are stupid and uneducated whilst others are valid and helpful.
It is a key part of life…we form opinions in our minds to decide on what we believe, whether we vocalise them or not.
You can have opinions on people, certain issues such as current events or even on a product and whether you like it or not. It creates love, hate, peace, war, conflict etc
But there is something about your POV that differs from anything else.
It’s YOURS…Therefore, it matters. Regardless of facts/figures or the what anybody else thinks, you will still hold a connection with your opinion because it defines your character.
Just another quick rant guys…
Yes, you guessed it, This one is about Facebook! *Cheers all round*
To those people who like their own status/photos;
Why would you do it?
Why? Why? WHY?!
Google Glass (Photo credit: Stuck in Customs)
So….”The Next Big Thing” is Google Glass eh?
This is great news for Tech nerds like myself, it’s almost as if we are finally living in the ‘future’ that we dreamed about as kids…This is a product that differs from anything else currently on the market so props to Google for being innovative.
I like the concept of this, it brings about a major change in the way we live our lives, some may even consider it revolutionary. Indeed it is.
It may have very cool features, all fancy tech built in and so forth, but is it really something that was needed?
If the internet stopped working…What would you do?
Here’s a list of things you can do if the above happens, in no particular order:
There are many different forms of media around us…chances are, you have probably clicked this article through a form of social media too.
However, what I shall focus on in this article is the issue of media itself and it’s impact on the general public. It’s not the positives and negatives, just my insight…
I’m presuming that The EssWhyDee Blog has an older demographic – If you are under the age of 20, please navigate away from this page now. Oh shit. That doesn’t include myself by the way. Otherwise I wouldn’t be able to write the rest of this blog post and whatnot.
Only kidding, you’re all welcome to read it.