Why Awards Are Important in Entertainment

In the entertainment industry, there’s a reason why awards are important. Awards shows like the Oscars or the Emmys signify that a movie or TV show is worthy of attention.

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Rock Band and Friendship: What Holds us Together

It takes four to form a Rock Band – guitar, bass, vocals and drums – and back then, we had four. After the failure of our real-life band, the tentatively titled Keith and

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How to Manage Traveling While Sick

So it’s been almost a month since I’ve put anything out there on this blog. This isn’t because I haven’t been doing any writing, like I explained previously. It’s because I

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How the Internet is the Great Equalizer

These days, it seems that net neutrality is in its death spiral. Polls indicate that support for the measure is only at 52% for all voters (down from 60% in

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How Getting Less Traffic Has Motivated Me to Blog Less (But Write More)

For the last nine months, this blog has been my creative outlet. Since March of 2016, I’ve written more than 50 posts about travel, culture, pop culture and everything in

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Chex Quest: A 20 Years Later Retrospective on a Cereal-Based Game

Marketing just doesn’t get me anymore. But back then – back in 1996 – I was only six years old. And a six year old tends to be susceptible to

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Here’s Why I Don’t Follow Productivity Hacks

These days, productivity hacks are all the professional rage. Just put the term into Google and you’ll see articles from Inc, Lifehack and most other business focused publications. But for me (and

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You Can’t Travel to Find Yourself: Why There’s No Meaning in Travel

I’m a firm believer in travel as a lifestyle choice. But it certainly isn’t going to make you happier. In fact, for many people travel becomes escapism. If you think

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What I Learned and Experienced in a Month in Seoul

Seoul is a huge city but quite intimate. Each district feels like a neighborhood, a small ward in a city of nearly 10 million. There’s always a new sight to

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Daisy Fitzroy: The Killer in Me Is the Killer in You

About halfway through Booker DeWitt’s sprawling adventures through Columbia , Bioshock Infinite takes a controversial narrative thrust, one that defines its Infinite moniker. Multiple timelines open up, fragmenting how events transpire within the

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