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The most unique part of Bernie Sanders' presidential candidate wasn't his positions, but the way his campaign reflected and informed our internet lives.

Bernie Sanders, The Internet’s First Presidential Candidate

June 16, 2016 / by / 0 Comment

In many ways, Bernie Sanders’ 2016 bid for the Democratic presidential nomination was a surprisingly straightforward primary campaign — he ran as an outsider candidate to the farther end of the ideological spectrum than his centrist opponent, energized and increased the voice of a previously underrepresented/disillusioned demographic group, and even lost the good old fashioned way, failing (as Nate Silver catalogued exhaustively) to win as many votes as his opponent.

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Buckle up America for the wild ride of infotainment here at Full Metal Podcast

Welcome to Season 1 Episode 1 of my new podcast

January 12, 2015 / by / 0 Comment

Hi. Hello. Shalom, and welcome to the premier episode of Full Metal Podcast. It’s going to be a wild ride through the digitally streaming airwaves, and I’m glad you’re on board.

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Need to Know: How Invading Celebrities’ Privacy Impacts Our Perspectives about Them

September 02, 2014 / by / 17 Comments

Our culture’s fascination with celebrities is as divisive and mind-boggling as the images at the center of this current celebrity hacking scandal.

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There Is No “U” in Privacy – But There Is an “I”

September 02, 2014 / by / 14 Comments

All people have a right to privacy, unless you’re a famous, attractive woman.

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