The evolution of technology has definitely helped us to connect with people and even more so during the pandemic. But, even though we have been making more virtual connections, we are somehow distancing yourselves from reality. So let’s address how the overuse of technology can be detrimental and how to strike the right balance.
“In any case, ghosts are unusual among movie monsters in that they’re more often female than male, perhaps because their origins lie in the Gothic romantic tradition, which so often features haunted houses, madwomen in the attic and sinister nocturnal goings-on. It’s a particularly female branch of the horror genre, but appeals to male viewers as much as to female ones since it subverts the conventional view of woman as a passive, obedient creature and supposes that the angry, violent, retributive urges suppressed in life may emerge after death in twisted malevolent form.” – The Guardian
Madness is the new normal. It’s time we embrace it.
Post the social dilemma hangover, the audience is petrified on what are the ill effects of social media, and in what ways can it polarize the users. But are we polarized after the emergence of social media? And what is the cause behind this?
Featuring a beautiful piece by our TWE Head!
The mainstream media has abruptly lost its essence since its inception, and unfair practices in this field have marked a spike. News channels are stuck in a labyrinth of dramatizing every crisis just to please the target audience. Has it just become a place steered by government officials? Has it just become a room for more assumptions and rumors rather than stating out the facts? Why is it hard to report ‘the truth’?