At the start of the course, I created a new Twitter account so I could begin building a more professional and refined voice compared to my personal Twitter. Because it was a new account I started off with 0 followers. And now at the end of the course, I have 10. I found that simply […]Read more "Twitter Influence and growth analysis!"
The recent protests, political unrest, and overall chaos occurring in Hong Kong right now were triggered by the introduction of the extradition bill by the Hong Kong government in June of 2019. Students are our future, how can they slaughter and destroy our future? #HongKong #HongKongProtests pic.twitter.com/EgLhZBB4Yj — KatyyHKG (@HLKaty) November 13, 2019 Overall, Twitter […]Read more "Polarizing Perspectives Regarding HK Protests"
Around mid-September, a photo of the actor Jonah Hill went viral. This paparazzi shot of Jonah Hill features him walking down a street, seemingly oblivious to the fact that he is about to drop a cup full of iced coffee. This resulted in a variety of online jokes using this candid photo as a meme […]Read more "The Jonah Hill Coffee Photo Can be Applied to Anything"
People are too focused on dogs and we need to shift our attention to cats. Sure, cats are a never-ending trend on the internet; from the countless cat videos on youtube to the random cats that get Instagram famous. But why is it that everyone seems to know each and every dog breed but NO […]Read more "Why do people only know dog breeds?"
The majority of viral online hoaxes are pretty foolish. I believe most of them simply stem from a desire for excitement, many people are merely bored and enjoy stirring up drama. But could some of these hoaxes actually mean something more? Hoaxes can be traced back hundreds of years ago. The Dreadnought hoax executed by […]Read more "Hoaxes: Sometimes frivolous, sometimes not"