Dragon Con Interview: Moxie Magnus, Chief Cosmetologist To The USS Enterprise

“Moxie, you can’t be afraid to f–k things up. You’ve got to make a lot of mistakes to achieve greatness and my dear, you are well on your way.” – advice from Moxie’s mother I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Moxie Magnus, Chief Cosmetologist to the U.S.S. Enterprise at Dragon Con to discuss, among other things, Star Trek, hair teasing, and YouTube, all of which she excels

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Can violence on Social Media Be Censored?

In the span of an hour, I have seen my sweet three-year-old godson who lives in South Carolina singing a song he learned in his class and photos of the triplets a college acquaintance in Atlanta, Georgia had months ago. I know that one of my friends across town is on a new exercise plan despite having not seen her in over a week. I know that some of my

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Social Media Turns TV Into an Interactive, Global Pastime

I remember TV before social media — and I’m not even 30 years old. A lot has changed in how TV is viewed and how fans interact with programming, especially in the last few years. Once upon a time, a family sat down in the living room and watched a show, and talked about it with their close friends or coworkers. Today, there’s a global community, and you can talk

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Sharing Everything Online Is Making You Uninteresting

I’ll be the first to acknowledge that I am a little old school. I do not have a Facebook page and just recently joined Twitter. I love the innovation and the core of what social media has done to mass communication overall. I just don’t like having a lot of systems dominating my life and time. I am consistently looking to create moments that take me back in time when

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