Often when I’m watching a movie or tv show, I look up the cast of actors on IMDB to see what other things I’ve seen them in and I like to know about their lives outside of acting.
When seeing how people act and say things on the internet, have you ever wondered if they’re like that in real life?
The video below explains how anonymity plays a major role in people’s interactions online.
Captain Marvel is the latest in the Marvel Cinematic University series as we head into Avengers: Endgame. It should be noted up front this is not a full review as I feel there are several needed comments that will spoil this article and we are going to keep the spoil-free expectations.
This is the perfect setup for Avengers: Endgame. I foresee this not being the best Marvel movie this year, but it might not be the worst either. I hear story after story of fathers taking their daughters to the movie, inspired and proud to be a nerd when their child decides they want to be Captain Marvel. Of course, this comes well after Wonder Woman, so it might very well late in the game with that.
It’s the last Friday and the last Snack Pack of March; below you’ll find rainbows, Japanese monster figurines, a post about creating a suicide prevention policy for your church, and much more.
This has been an interesting exercise for me. As we’ve worked our way through the book I’ve had many scenarios I’ve thought about the application form. From a business setting, which StoryBrand is for, right through to church comms. Not only that, but it’s also made me think through how well we communicate Christ’s message. Particularly for people exploring the Christian faith. Thus, on the church front, chapter 9 made for an intriguing read for me.
This title might seem like clickbait, but interestingly, I’m going to stick with it. This is not a white man trying to make sure to avoid diversity in order to ensure I have a job. I still believe diversity in code will ultimately improve the overall code-base out there. The biggest reason, we need to attract those who bend towards programming because that ensures we will be working towards a better coding future.
Check out this video by PolyMatter that better explains this than I ever could.