Hey, bub, you spend so much time online it's like a second job that pays in Likes and Friends instead of cash! As part of RockeHearst Omnipresent Bundlers' swell new "I Work for the Web" campaign #IWFW, let them help you find your place in the online economy! See more here: I Work for the Web main site
In the 90s, women stood up to rape culture on campus by writing the names of alleged culprits on bathroom walls. Is this anonymous message board the next protest stall? [A submission to BuzzAdemia: a Like-reviewed academic journal]
All the Web’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their Likes and their Favorites, And one man in his time posts many pics, His Selfies featuring seven ages. -- Shakespeare, As You Like It (Act II, Scene VII) (A BuzzAdemia exclusive!)
For your consideration, my adventures in Broh-casting -- or Broh Like Me. Here's what happened when I spent 2 days on Yik Yak amongst the students and other anonymous posters, boasting and kvetching and just trying to fit in on one of America's biggest college networks. Buzzademia Exclusive!
Catch up on 2,400 years of art theory while you keep up with Kim, Yeezy and North West.
Here's a college essay assignment aimed to help students rise to the Buzzademia standards. Go here for more information on Buzzademia.
I'm techausted, so I'm joining the largest ever, week-long movement of people who are giving up technology and sharing their daily journey online! Join #1wknotech Nov 10-16
Why do profs keep writing books? Go where the people are! Write what the people read! This is the manifesto for Buzzademia: a new Like-reviewed journal for Buzzfeed-style scholarship.