If you have a Facebook account, you've certainly seen pictures that urge you to comment to see something happen, click "Like" and a donation will be made to a cause, etc. There's only one problem - most of these aren't only false at best, but scams at worst.
It never ceases to amaze me - just when you think "what will they come up with next?" a remarkable new technology that seemed impossible only a short while ago is introduced to the public. That is exactly what Google did today.
There are a lot of stories and photos that go around on the Internet. Unfortunately, many are hoaxes or at the very least the back stories have been embellished. But every now and then, things are, in fact, just as they seem to be.
The Internet can be a good thing and a bad thing. On one hand, you can be anyone you want to be on the other side of the screen. On the other hand, you can be anyone you want to be on the other side of the screen. Yes, you read that right.
A couple of years ago pictures of the billboard above made the rounds of Internet message boards and email inboxes. People were all worked up over the guts that this allegedly spurned lover had to take out this huge, embarrassing advertisement. There's only one catch...
I've touched on technology and communication a bit in the past. Talking about texting mishaps and how quickly technology has evolved in the past 15 years or so. But it was actually my Summer camp post that inspired this one.