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Social Norms and Trends in Photojournalism

The better I know social norms, the more precisely I can break them. Why break them? That’s a personal conviction. It isn’t always what you might choose. But, breaking rules or norms or going against trends is often interesting if done with true awareness of the opposing trends. Sometimes a trend can have less obvious …

Footprints

Humility vs Entitlement

are we living in humble times or narcissistic times? are there more gentle humble people produced from this society or more narcissists? Is there more mental well-being or more mental illness? Are we being taught to be this way? Are we being taught to be fake and live in fantasies and maintain those split mind …

Moments of Peace

In moments of peace we reflect on war tho it seem distant. We know our peace is only localized and temporary at best and needs constant upkeep. We know the war and opposition and those who wish to take from us are only a paper thin cell away. We know that a storm is coming, …

Cracked Up

Things aren’t what they are cracked up to be. When you get what you want you don’t want what you get. It’s on to the next thing. That momentum and that hope for the next thing is great. But you have to be able to feel like you accomplished the previous thing or else you …

Problem with Mutual Friends Social Networking

The thing that sucks about FB is the mutual friends facet. Suggesting mutual friends just perpetuates bubbles and isolation but even beyond that it forces random people into your feed where the topics have nothing to do with them. It’s far better to be networked with like minds, not mutual friends. That’s just total bullshit. …