Whether you are an indie writer or a community manager just starting out, there are some rules that have to be followed right off the bat. If you don’t know how to navigate the murky waters of social media, your message can become confused, or even rejected by the people you want to listen to you the most.
A recent trip to the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid showed just how much technology has inspired art: a transparent, glass dinosaur foot is just the start of a journey in which science and technology is king.
“New Friend Request: Athanasi Bengal, Network: Mexico.” As someone who hasn’t set foot in Mexico, this is something I find puzzling (and rude). In the past I have I have imagined a doppleganger with the same name, travelling to the dodgiest corners of the world and meeting interesting people with odd professions and a penchant for religiousness, shouting “look for me online” whilst speeding off into the sunset. The poor buggers then unwittingly waited for their friendship to be accepted online whilst I rejected them outright, putting an end to the fantasies of countless lonely chaps around the world.