We’ve all heard the news.
A couple weeks ago, Americans got a preview of what could come in the near future. Popular websites such as Wikipedia and Reddit blacked out to protest and raise awareness of the proposed
SOPA and PIPA bills—legislation that would inadvertently censor the internet and hinder the free-flow of information.
I love music.
Ever since I bought my first CD, the first thing I did with a new album was listen to it from start to finish. I would hit “play” on my handheld CD player, close my eyes, and drift with the music.
I don’t have a photographic memory—I can’t memorize a website’s URL if I find something cool or interesting online. An easy solution is to bookmark that page.
As a college student, I’m always on the move and I don’t always have my laptop with me.
For this blog entry, I want to take the time to really appreciate how privileged my fellow bloggers and I are to do what we do with
MediaPost, Ball State University, and even our country as a whole.
Overall, bloggers and other critics have a reputation of being blowhards with a keyboard that only know how to complain about every little thing.
This past week, I’ve heard read articles and heard news of the decline of the United States Postal Service (USPS).
I know what you’re thinking: “What’s a United States Postal Service?”
Yeah, I’m not sure either.
According to Wikipedia, the
USPS is “a United States government-owned corporation responsible for providing postal service in the United States.”
Apparently their main function is to deliver paper documents called “letters” from one address to another.