When people get fired by text message, it tends to make the news and cue an uproar from those who read it. But, I contend it’s just progress, and a resistance you feel is the past dying.
We, fundamentally, are beings wired for human connection, so much so that we all share the same feelings of loneliness in a crowd. Why? Well…
Well, a rather smutty, yet valuable scientific study has recently purported the connection between music and the physical act of love. Thanks, Science.
There are no small people, just small talk. Science has explained why we feel the compulsion to do it, but I say it’s time we ban it altogether. For our kids.
After Tony Abbott purportedly “dropped in” on another’s wave, we feel that pious re-education in the ways of proper etiquette is needed.
Friends come and go. But for one writer, to see his ex-bestie degenerate into a passing nod was too much to bear – Pendlebury Wicks
As her favourite radio host is now on holidays, Ingeborg van Teeseling explains the unique and strangely real relationships we form with our chosen media figureheads.
For Vincent Varney, romance sends shivers down his spine. The creepy, “run for your life” kind of shivers.
For Yalei Wang, being shy and being an introvert are two different things. Read on to find what she thinks makes the introverts introverted, and the shy, well, shy.
Xavier Toby has NO IDEA why The Daily Mail put together its recent seemingly pointless “How to deal with annoying air passenger” suggestions, so he has compiled a list of his own coping mechanisms.
What “goes” at red and “stops” at green? Your mobile phone battery, and with it life comes to a standstill. Alli Jasmin is looking to change this by banning the brick….just for one day.
Internet marketing Consultant James Parnwell offers both his professional and personal viewpoint on whether Facebook is biting the hand that feeds it.