The politics of design can be seen when Google Glass quickly became hyperpolitical due to people’s fears of losing privacy.
Take down the confederate statues and let’s stop memorializing the men and women who fought to preserve slavery and leave them in the past.
Persuasion techniques are used frequently in the movie “American Hustle,” the ones they leverage the most are Reactance and The Liking Rule.
Sans Soleil by Chris Maker is an insightful and revelatory essay film, the subway scene, in particular, resonated with me.
Unwanted compulsive behaviors are forming from intrusive technology, I see it happening to me in my life and now I’m trying to avoid them.
Sam Abell presentation “The Photographic Life,” was a fantastic talk about his life and work that I learned so much from.
Online communities such as Flickr can be a great place for encouraging and fostering personal and career growth for photographers.
Entertainment, when consumed a lot, causes us to live our brief lives passively and give up the adventures we could have had.
These Pulitzer-Winning photos depict the trauma and suffering caused by the Syrian war, which helps raise public awareness of the situation.
To learn more about photography and grow my skills I signed up to go to the DFW Photo Expo 2013 in Arlington, Texas. It was pretty cool, I met some cool people there and learned quite a bit from professional photographers. My brother Samuel went with me. I took some notes from the photographer talks […]
There are a lot of parallels between the Brothers Quay movie, Street of Crocodiles, and Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas.
Thoughts on Mark Trive’s book, New Media Art One of the most interesting things that I find about New Media Art is how collaborative it usually is. In the Collaboration and participation section of the book, Mark Tribe emphasizes that one of the big differences between classic art and New Media Art is the collaborative aspect […]
Henri Cartier-Bresson brief overview of his life and his incredible photography and some of his perspectives on photography.
Cindy Sherman, A Retrospective At The Dallas Museum of Art was incredible photography exhibit that surveyed her greatest works.
“Life’s better when we’re connected” ad campaign by Bank of America is a new creative campaign with some great touching commercials.
Brand loyalty is very sensitive to product changes like the time when Marker’s Mark learned that changes can backfire when not done properly.
The looming fiscal cliff has brought about a huge challenge that the Obama administration is currently facing. Republicans and Democrats must come together and make a compromise to resolve this crisis, if they are unable to, the results could be catastrophic for our economy. At the end of this year several cuts like the Bush […]
After 25 space flights, the NASA space shuttle Endeavour made her last mission, it was a journey through the roads of Los Angeles. Her final home will not be in Florida from where she made her missions; instead she will be at the California Science Center (Bernstein and Lopez). Chris Carlson’s photograph of the Endeavor […]
Several social dilemmas can be seen in the current debate over the debt ceiling that has been going on in our government over the past year. The debate is essentially this: Republicans do not want to raise our debt ceiling any further with out making spending cuts and by refraining from raising taxes. The Democrats […]
The Psychotherapeutics of Online Photosharing is a very interesting article but unfortunately, it’s full of logical fallacies.