One of the most troubling mysteries of the online age is what happens to the content you publish. Do pictures of you, of your family or dog belong to you or do they belong to your online host?

What about your blog posts, social media profiles and your other online incarnations? Can they just… disappear one day?




The language you use defines you. It’s true. People judge others by accents, word choice and other language related factors. And when they can’t hear you, the judgments are made based on the quality of your writing. This is exactly why corporate communications are central to building brand reputation.

But what does it look like in practice? What can be considered good writing and how to learn it?




In nature everything circulates. In fact, it’s said that for every glass of water you drink at least one molecule has passed through the bladder of Oliver Cromwell. And history repeats itself, they say. The same applies to fashions, fads and crazes.

One thing that keeps changing is the general sentiment of a generation. Baby boomers are different from Generation X and the latter are unlike Generation Y a.k.a. Millennials. And it’s Millenials who are currently beginning to dominate the workforce. But how do they think? What are their values?




An old song goes something like: shout, shout, let it all out. Well, it’s not rocket science that bottling up negative emotions is rather unhealthy. 

And yet there are some anger management programs which tell you not to get angry when you’re actually… angry. There must be something wrong with them. What is it?