Google To Pay The News For News

According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is beginning to strike deals with news publishers across the world to have the licensing rights to post their news on the search engine. The financials of these deals is undisclosed. They have made initial agreements with media companies out of Germany, Brazil, and Australia. There hasn’t beenContinue reading “Google To Pay The News For News”

No One Watches OAN

I am beginning to think that the outlet in which you actually receive your news is more toxic than than opinions you can draw from what you see (or are told to see). That is because now you can’t even get as far to give your opinion without someone having an immediate, prejudiced bias towardsContinue reading “No One Watches OAN”

What Section 230 And The President’s Executive Order Could Mean for Social Media

Everyone in America enjoys the liberty of Freedom of Speech. I was thinking what if you had to pay someone every time you opened your mouth to say words? Like legitimately had to pay for speech. Would rates be calculated like an Uber charge? That would get quite confusing and could be another topic forContinue reading “What Section 230 And The President’s Executive Order Could Mean for Social Media”

Chill With the Instagram Polls

Maybe I just don’t get it, but since the inception of Instagram adding polling to its story feature I think it’s one of the worst additions to personal content that I have seen in any type of social media. Of course, there are legit purposes for the polls and maybe I have seen some questionsContinue reading “Chill With the Instagram Polls”