In recent years as blogging has transformed from an extracurricular into a business platform, a divide between mediocre and exceptional blogs has emerged. Blogging has been experimented with and manipulated by across all generations, but none garner as much attention as the millennial blogs.
Humor has always been a huge asset when it comes to companies trying to gain followers, appeal to a broad audience, as well as greatening their chances of their ad going viral. Going viral seems to be the ultimate marker if an ad was successful or not, but what if it is at the cost of mocking another company’s ad? Continue reading →
It has been one week since the 2013 Academy Awards were held. There were lots of interesting occurances at the 2013 Oscars show. From Jennifer Lawrence’s fall to the incredible performance by the cast of Les Miserables, there was much to see. One thing though that was particularly controversial, was the commentary and humor of host Seth MacFarlane. Continue reading →
Earlier this week I was thrilled to come across a fellow San Francisco gal with a witty sense of humor, who started a Facebook and Twitter account under the pseudonym, “Marina Girl Says.” Not only is she hysterical (to SF natives at least), she depicts the greatest parts of San Francisco’s Marina District in the sassiest way.