Facebook and I have been separated since 2014. Today I’m making it permanent, Facebook and I are saying Goodbye for good.
Over the past 10 days since the Cambridge Analytica scandal was first made public, Facebook has faced a market loss of about $75 billion. It is abundantly clear that the reason for Facebook’s predicament is a fast and loose understanding of the principal of “user privacy.” Continue reading “Facebook – Let’s Just Kiss and Say Goodbye”
Dance icon Martha Graham (May 11, 1894 — April 1, 1991) was an influential American dancer and choreographer whose career spanned over seventy years.
During her distinguished career she was the first dancer to perform at the White House and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Ryan Jeremy Woodward was commissioned by Google to do a logo, an animated sequence (18 seconds), in celebration of what would have been the great dancer’s 117th birthday. Continue reading “Martha Graham Dancing The Hidden Language of the Soul”
In common with America in the Cold War era of the 1950s, Soviet authorities tried to prevent the evil spread of rock and roll and to save the youth from it’s moral dangers.
The video shows a bunch of youths “stiljagi” who are dealing in black-market records behind Continue reading “Records On Xray Film: Propaganda Video of Cuban-Missile-Crisis Era”