Popular Website Designs – Then & Now

The internet has undergone a complete makeover. Check out some of these popular websites, Then & Now!


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Is Facebook an Ultimate Expression of Narcissism? (VIDEO)

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Should I delete my Facebook account?


While most people believe Facebook connects them with the rest of the world, is it actually DISCONNECTING them from society, real life and real friends? Is Facebook just an ultimate expression of narcissism ? A one big “look at me fest?” Should we delete our Facebook accounts? 

This video might change your mind.

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What Happens in an Internet Minute (Infograph)

It is amazing how far the internet has come in the past decade. 10 years ago it took around 20 minutes to download a single song on the internet. Today it takes less than 20 seconds. Imagine how many songs are downloaded each day on the internet, or even each minute. Today, social media websites run the internet. Facebook alone gets 6 MILLION views per minute while YouTube gets 1.3 MILLION video clicks per minute. Take a look at what happens every minute on the internet.

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Facebook Spies on Chats For “Suspicious Behavior”

Facebook is now using software that tracks private conversations for suspicious behavior and keywords before alerting Facebook employees who then decide whether to pass the information on to police. Be careful what you disclose in your Facebook conversations. Read more of this post

Top 5 Signs You Are Addicted To Facebook

Facebook has become a regular part of millions of Americans daily routines.

Most users of Facebook visit the site at least 5 times a day, and update their status almost every time they visit. This social networking site is consuming a large part of an average American’s day, and it is making Americans more lazy than they originally were. It seems to be just as addicting as any drug you can think of.

Facebook is a great way to share news,events and pictures with your friends/family from all over the world, but it starts to get irritating when people trace every step they take on Facebook. No one cares that you are at Starbucks in Manhattan having a Coffee with your friends from school, or that you are walking from your car to the gym.

We call these people FACEBOOK ADDICTS suffering from FAD (Facebook Addiction Disorder).

It might be time to realize that you are addicted, and it is consuming way to much of your life. So put down your smart phone,  step away from your Facebook accounts and take a look at these 5 signs proving that you might suffer from Facebook Addiction Disorder.

1. Updating your status every time you change locations

No one really cares where you are at all times. Changing your status a couple of times a day is perfectly fine, but when you update your status 10 times an hour you have a serious issue. I’ve seen some crazy sequences of status updates starting from where the person is eating, how long they waited on-line for their food, how good the food was, and how fat they feel after they ate the food.

Why can’t everyone just stick to one status a day that summarizes what happened? Even two status’ to split up the day would be perfectly fine.

2. Updating your status while you are driving

“HAHA I am doing 60  in a 20 mph zone”.

I recently saw this status on my news feed and could not believe it. Like are you really that stupid? You are that concerned about what others think to the point that you risk your own life to make that crucial update. We get it, your cool. You drive fast. Please get off of your Facebook and watch the road.

3. When your direct family members find out about your big news through Facebook.

I’ve actually been told a story about how a mother found out about her sons engagement through Facebook. Before telling anyone ( like his parents,siblings or grandparents) he posted the big news on his status. So when he went to tell his mother about the news, she had already read about it. I find it pathetic that our society has come to this.

The same thing goes for pregnancy. I read a funny news article about how a woman announced her pregnancy on Facebook.

Why is this funny?

Because she forgot to tell her parents and HUSBAND before posting it on Facebook! How inconsiderate can you be?

Yes, Facebook is a huge step in communication, but have the decency and respect to let your loved ones know about big news before you tell the world.

4.  Taking pictures of serious injuries

Posting a verbal update about an accident you might have gotten into is one thing, but when you post pictures of your injuries you are going way to far. You just got into an accident, you’re in the ambulance, and  you’re…taking pictures to post on Facebook?

This actually makes me laugh out loud when I think of it.

First they post the picture of the injury, and then the caption reads, ” Just got into a car accident, check out the bone sticking out of my leg.”

I know Facebook may have taken over your very addictive personality, but just remember that health and safety come first, not Facebook.

5. Analyzing your Facebook account while your hanging out with someone in person

How aggravating is this?

When you’re talking to someone and all that they are doing is staring at their mobile Facebook. It’s obvious that you are not paying attention to the person talking to you. Just saying “yea” and nodding your head yes does not mean you are listening. It means you are brain washed by Facebook and you have a serious addiction.

When you are hanging out with your friends, family or partner, give them your full attention. Those Facebook updates will be there when you get home later on.

If after reading this you realize that you suffer from at least 2 of these symptoms, you are in fact a Facebook addict. Try to focus more on reality and use your Facebook like a normal human being should.

Sexting: “Send Me a Pic!”

Sexting is the act of sending sexually explicit material from one person to another, usually via mobile phones.

Sexting came to fruition due to our ongoing change in technology and new media of social interaction. Not only are we the age of Facebook, Twitter, and dating websites, we are also a new dynamic of communication through pictures, texts, and online messengers.

The Sexting Era

The Sexting era really came into play around 2005. This might have been because our technological advancements allowed “smart phone” users to send pictures via email or texts.

Since we are now a world that lives and dies by convenience, we now find younger generations with a multitude of ways to communicate through technology.

I remember when I was in high school in the late 90’s, very few people even had a cellphone. You were ahead of the curve if you had a pager. Now almost every kid in America that can ride a bike, has an iPhone and/or an iPad.

But what type of function on a phone has now really pushed the envelope when it comes to Sexting?

You guessed it.

The camera.

Now almost every phone available has a camera that comes built into it. And what’s the point of owning a camera on your phone if you can’t send the pictures to another source?

This new world of Sexting has become very popular with teenagers and young adults. I believe sexting is most common with this age range because most teenagers and young adults fail to see the consequences of there actions when it comes to Sexting.

Photos and videos sent from one outlet to another can end up almost anywhere these days. Graphic pictures can also be photoshopped, airbrushed, and just completely falsified to make it look like almost anything these days.

So why do we risk so much for a cheap thrill?

Do we really need more excitement and entertainment for satisfaction and gratification?

Because we haven’t even discussed the outcome from Sexting that completely supersedes embarrassment.


We live in a country with very strict anti-child pornography laws. Some teens who have texted pictures of themselves, or friends or partners to other teens, have been charged with distribution of child pornography. Also, those others who have received the photographs, have and can be charged with possession of child pornography.

That’s why they are called “privates”. Because photographs of people genitals are not meant to run through cyber space like Usain Bolt running the 100m.

In summary, you might want to think twice before pressing the send button on your phone after a racy photo shoot in your Mom’s bathroom with no towel after a shower. You never know who is gonna send it on or how it is gonna wind up on the wrong iPhone 4s.

Yes a picture is worth a thousand words. But a naked one is worth a thousand words and a possible vacation to your county jail.

And they don’t allow cellphones in there.

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