Internet stories, books, poems, and more

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Short essay questioning if those who are trolled or bullied online become trolls and bullies themselves. Read More
A reflection on online versus classroom learning that has become topical during the pandemic. Read More
A short general essay on the controversial topic of should employers look at your personal social media. Read More
A review essay discussing netflix's social dilemma, including comparing my views on it to a colleague's views. importance is because internet addiction and remaining engaged in it is important to debate, but the docudrama is not totally successful in achieving this. it is a far more complex issue and, as… Read More
A follow up essay to a previous one discussing issues with virtual meetings. It uses a popular song by Aretha Franklin to show how there can be more issues in virtual meetings than in face-to-face issues. It is timely published during the pandemic era as people are reporting such issues,… Read More
There is no difference between Me & Internet Me. Read More
An essay contemplating using metaphors the internet as an amusement park taking place in another dimension, discussing with examples how this operates. Read More

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Shelves: 1

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A college student gets tangled in some deep web stuff that can leave you traumatized, can he make his way out of the hell or will he pay the price? Read More
An essay considering the complex nature of calling people you interact with on the internet your friends. Read More

Tags: internet, friends

It is easy now to be a celebrity using Social Media. Read More
AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE. Ending friendship was easy but how can she put an end to love? Zareen Khan, a 16-year-old Indian student residing in Jeddah, KSA finds herself in MSN chat room one day and she collides with a stranger there who doesn’t fail to irk her. So how… Read More
People have never been so connected. With the internet, information that took months or even years to come now takes less than a minute to cross the globe. At the same time, people become dependent on such technology which is hard to imagine a world without it as well never… Read More
A memoir of an experience in 2018 that taught me first hand about what the term cancel culture means. Read More
Social media platforms are merely a reflection of society. They have their bad points, but they have their good too. This piece is written from my own experience, and reflects my own opinions. Read More

Reads: 142

Comments: 5

Shelves: 1

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Earth covered in cable Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 25, 2019

Reads: 180

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Not a big follower of Twitter but I do get some feeds. Occasionally reading through the tweets I remain amazed at the misinformation, bigotry and intolerance by those who claim the exact opposite - these martyrs of the new age who waste no time decrying difference to their own agenda.… Read More

Poem / Horror

September 07, 2019

Reads: 207

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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Technology connects us all...and yet isolates us. Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

May 15, 2019

Reads: 268

Comments: 3

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My thoughts after scanning my Spam folers today Read More

Tags: internet, spam

Convicted from a distance Read More
Short story about one site Read More

Reads: 1558

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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The Gods Wait is a story of how the internet can connect and correlate existences across the world from each other in nonsensical ways. It deals with the changing socio-political landscapes of social media through the stories of many different characters, focusing on a sensitive boy who hits his head… Read More
"We're not evil. We stand by our principles. We resist Government interference. Except of course where we agree with them. Obviously." Read More

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"The generous tax breaks sealed it, I guess. All too believable." Read More

A serial killer is using social media to kill their fellow peers, who may it be? Will they ever be stopped? Read More
A brief history of the Internet. Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

September 20, 2018

Reads: 287

Shelves: 1

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My personal experience with addiction and depression and how I overcame both using a rather non traditional method. They, both, nearly killed me but I came out on top. You can too. Read More

Reads: 357

Comments: 2

Shelves: 3

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MODERNITY HASN'T FAILED ME PRAISE THE INTERNET XXX SMS VAPE GOD SAD BOI VIBES SLIT MY WRISTS OFF MY FUCKING MEDS Read More
Seeing is believing, regardless of facts! Read More

Tags: internet

The life of a Journalist is like the life an alcoholic. Your standing up than your falling down again. Read More

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