Big Me and Little Jesus

Over the years, I've noticed a change on social media.  When I started writing on LiveJournal about 15 years ago, the circles of friends were fairly open about their lives.  They wouldn't share their deepest secrets with everybody, but they would with a certain group.  There was nothing exhibitionist about it- it was just everyday... Continue Reading →

Social Media and the Rise of Fake Outrage

It seems to follow a predictable pattern:  there is some example of diversity that takes place; a commercial with an interracial family, another one features to the rich multiculturalism of America, an Indian American woman wins Miss America, a young boy of Mexican heritage sings the national anthem at an NBA game.  Shortly thereafter someone... Continue Reading →

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