The simple truth is that some posts are better than others. Some topics excite, or move us, or rile us up more than others. And sometimes, when we’re immersed in what we’re reading, we’re swept away by feelings that range from “Right on! I’m so with you on this” or “This
If you’ve read the stat in the headline and thought “Hang on a minute, I DO care about sources being provided! That stat sounds fishy” – you’re right (congratulations, your “that-sounds-fishy” radar is working beautifully!).But here’s the thing (and it’s the whole premise for this post): Despite that stat being
Let’s begin with some mind-numbing YouTube stats, to give this question some context (sources are linked below the post): YouTube has over 2 billion monthly active users // Every day, people watch over a billion hours of video that generate billions of views // More than 500 hours of content
For quite a while now I’ve been spending more time on YouTube watching ‘regular people’ than I have been watching TV shows and movies. I’ve also stopped caring what ‘legacy celebrities’ (actors, musicians, sportspeople etc.) have to say about anything that doesn’t directly relate to their actual line of work.
2020 has been a bitch of a year that no one anticipated would kill thousands, isolate hundreds of millions of people in their homes and cripple economies all over the globe. With many brands and businesses forced into survival mode, they’ve had to dig up their dusty, cobweb-covered ‘how to