The Newspeak of the Digital Age

You probably know that I wrote about Emoji before, and while that post was mostly a rant discussing the mere ridicule of Emoji, my critiques of the actual effects of Emoji have not diminished and I would like to continue the discussion. My prediction said that Emoji narrow our range of thought by restricting expressions…

Emojis: The Death Of Literature

In what seems to be the inevitable death of literature, more and more people confirm the dumbness of the thought that one should, instead of using an adjective to express emotion, use a shitty little icon that looks like it belongs in some Teletubby episode. Originating from Japan, Emojis are what bring the most insincerity to daily communication….

Why It Is Important to Have Your Own Space on the Web

I have decided to start blogging more for various reasons but mainly because I started to think that putting my ideas and thoughts into walled-garden-services (*cough*, Twitter) was simply a waste of time. In the time of big-data and evolving internet communities I think it’s important to have your own space on the web, not just…

Facebook bug causes you to log into random users

It’s the 11th December, 2014. Visiting the URL https://www.facebook.com/images/profile/timeline/ causes you to return to an error screen. But you seem to be somehow logged into an account. You can’t click or modify anything though. It seems like the server just returns invalid data, no cookies have been set. Sorry Szymon or whatever your name is!…