Reading Time: 6 minutes I remember way back in 1995 I took a nontraditional local college class on “the Internet,” then a curious new tech phenomenon emerging from the womb in barely post-fetal form. I had no idea then that this seemingly miraculous invention would become as exponentially huge—and potentially dangerous to the health of Americans and our republic—as […]
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Reading Time: 7 minutes Last night, I was just thinking about how social media has made it so much easier and simpler for those with passions to connect with each other and share what they’re doing. It wasn’t like that when I was younger, that’s for sure. Today, Lord Snow Presides over one of the very best aspects of modern life: how the internet allows a labor of love to be shared so much more easily and widely than ever before.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A plethora of atheist dating websites have emerged online, and irreligious, heterosexual Americans are flocking to them. So much for encouraging diversity.
Reading Time: < 1 minute More like intellectual dork web. Am I right? Anyway, if you dig my comics and would like me to make more, I do have a Patreon. I also do another comic called Barb over on Webtoon.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Being a folklorist in a time of global pandemic is interesting, and our discipline’s insights aren’t as useless as one might think. Here, I go into some of what we bring to the (socially isolated) party.
Reading Time: 5 minutes If anyone thinks good speech will overcome the sewage of human intent now bubbling up in social media, they’ve got another think coming.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’re still hungry to read about Sears history in the wake of its collapse, read on.
Reading Time: < 1 minute With the nation seemingly more divided than ever in our lifetimes, Blinky considers the merits of voicing his opinions in an effort to help.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Today, Lord Snow Presides over another potent contradiction to Christian claims. Why yes, people can find meaningful communities and deep friendships–and we can do it just about anywhere, even in a silly little game where kids pretend to be penguins.