Tag: General

Sony Building Towards A Venom And Spider-Man Confrontation

With Sony pretty much owning the movie rights to Spider-Man and all things Spider-Man related, many did wonder if Tom Holland’s Spider-Man could potentially star in Sony’s Venom movie. After all, both characters have clashed countless times in the comics and once in the movies. Advertising However, that did not happen with the first movie, […]

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How to Develop a Distinctive Artistic Voice

According to artist and author Lisa Congdon in her new book Find Your Artistic Voice: The Essential Guide to Working Your Creative Magic, your artistic voice is ultimately “what makes your work yours, what sets your work apart, and what makes it different from everyone else’s—even from artists whose work is similar.” Your artistic voice […]

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Your Amazon Cloud Cam Footage Might Not Be As Private As You Thought

In the recent months, several startling privacy revelations were made, where it was found that various companies like Apple, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft were using third-party human contractors to review audio recordings made on devices. There have also been instances where some of these recordings were made unintentionally, making it an even worse privacy violation. […]

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Facebook’s Libra In Trouble As More Companies Withdraw Their Support

Last week, it was reported that Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency lost one of the companies that initially supported it. This came in the form of PayPal who decided to back out of the cryptocurrency. However, it seems that Libra could be in serious trouble because it looks like more founding companies are withdrawing their support as […]

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Women and ADHD: Changing Destructive Self-Talk

Why am I so stupid? I’m too sensitive. Why am I so lazy? Everyone else can do this without any problems. Why can’t I?   I’ll never accomplish that. How does she get everything done?   Many women with ADHD wake up with these kinds of thoughts, and they follow them throughout the day. Perhaps […]

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Helping Someone With Suicidal Thoughts: Reach Out to a Friend Today

The World Health Organization (WHO) encourages us to learn more about suicide prevention today, because every 40 seconds, someone’s life is lost to suicide. Contrary to what some common myths suggest, suicide is not inevitable — and it’s not any survivor’s fault if a person is successful with their attempt to die by suicide. That’s […]

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Podcast: Hiding Depression- Using Perfectionism to Hide Our Struggles

Today Gabe speaks with Dr. Margaret Rutherford who has done extensive work on the relationship between perfectionism and depression.  Dr. Rutherford tells us how childhood trauma can lead to the development of coping mechanisms that don’t serve us as adults and how those behaviors might be masking depression. Then she shares how to challenge those […]

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