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All The Single Ladies Apparently Don’t Have Facebook

Kate Bolick’s article “All the Single Ladies” in the November 2011 issue of The Atlantic explores various cultural and economical shifts, which have led to an increasing percentage of American women choosing to marry later or not at all. According to Bolick’s research, only 22% of 18-29 year olds in America today are married. The […]

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On the eve of my 25th birthday, some habits I ought to break

I cashed in a one-day free trial coupon to accompany Mike to the Washington Sports Club the other day for a brief, but respectable workout (the resonant effects of which I am a bit surprised not to feel ripping across my deep tissues.) While wrapping up my elliptical session, an LCD screen advertisement caught my […]

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When Old People Facebook: A Survival Guide

Since I previously discussed the humble beginnings of Facebook here, I would like to take this chance to reach out to the newest members of Facebook…anyone old enough to have listened to the Monkees on vinyl with rapture. When Facebook was first expanded beyond the college-aged world, most adults seemed skeptical about joining.  After all, […]

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LinkedIn: Facebook’s ugly stepbrother

Facebook first came into my life during my second week of college. Facebook had just been expanded from a Harvard-only circle jerk to include a few other select schools. I was a freshman at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angel-suck, when Facebook graciously allowed LMU to join in their little cyber world. And join we […]

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