Technology has taken the world over like a storm. Today, everyone is on top of what new technological devices are going to be released, along with what date their release will be. When the date is found out, it is not a shock to see people waiting in line ready to purchase the new hottest device. These electronic devices have separated many people from actual reality. The generation which has been most affected by the curse of technology is the teenage one, though all generations are suffering from it. Teenagers, though, have pretty much been raised around technology for their whole lives. They have been brought up knowing what cell phones, computers and other devices are. Many teenagers could not even imagine what their life would be like without a cell phone. Celebrity teenagers are one of the worst offenders. With an over abundance of money, TV packages, there is nothing standing in the way of teen celebrities and technology. They have the ability to purchase any device that their heart desires. With these teen celebrities being the role models for many young teens, it becomes hard on the parents to be able to keep up with their childrenâ€™sâ€™ wants. The children need to understand they cannot get everything the celebrity on TV has.
Which Pop Culture Icons Have The Best Fashion Sense
The Best Iconic Pop Fashion Icons Of All Time
The future of fashion always seems to take a lot of inspiration from the past. This is part of what makes the art world so strange and inspiring. By this, I mean fashion designers and pop stars seem to emerge from a similar starting point as the stars from the past. In a sense, it almost seems as if fashion is something that is past down from one generation Read the rest of this entry »
You know that annoying lady at work? She’s the one who always complains that it’s too hot in the office or too cold in the break room. She has boyfriend trouble every other day and always wants to share her side of some ridiculous story. It’s pretty easy to avoid her, just feign being too busy to talk. Keep a phone on one ear and you’re safe. Try to avoid the break room.
While you can avoid an annoying person at work, people that do annoying stuff on social networks Read the rest of this entry »
1990′s pop culture was a tapestry of high profile court cases, boy bands, political dramas, and other trends that captivated the minds of millions of people, and even cable providers. As the decade progressed, popular culture’s grip on society increased exponentially. People who consider the 1990s an essential time of their youth view 90s pop culture as a seminal influence on their young lives.
Perhaps one of the most indelible moments of the 1990s occurred during the early 90s when the O.J. Simpson murder trial captivated the United States. For most people, the Simpson murder trial began with the police chase of Simpson’s white Ford Bronco. Coined the “Trial of the Century” by the media, the O.J. Simpson murder trial split the country along racial lines like almost nothing has since. Simpson’s eventual “not guilty” verdict shocked the whole country and served to further divide the United States on the basis of race.
However, there were areas of 90s popular culture that brought people of all races together. Sports fit this role of peacemaker perfectly, and Michael Jordan’s basketball career was the most electrifying sports story of the decade. During the 90s, Michael Jordan won six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls and became a pop culture phenomenon that sold sneakers, sports drinks, jerseys, and even underwear.
In addition to marveling over the athletic prowess of Michael Jordan, 90s kids also treasured the kid’s television networks like Nickelodeon. Indeed, Nickelodeon programming helped to define the childhood of millions of children in the United States. Many kids were scared and thrilled by watching Nick’s Are You Afraid of the Dark, laughed at the hilarious sketch show All That, and were delighted at the Secret World of Alex Mack. These shows, combined with all the other Nickelodeon programming, greatly influenced popular culture in the 90′s.
Overall, popular culture in the 1990s was a many varied and exciting thing. Adults, teens, and kids participated equally in the culture, even enjoying some of the same things at the same time. Even though there were some areas of conflict, popular culture in the 1990s was generally an area for people to come together.
Pop culture references are used everyday and many people use them without knowing where they come from so here is an overview of the top ten references and where they come from!
1. “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn” This is from the movie, Gone With The Wind, and was said by Rhett Butler, a.k.a Clark Gable.
2. “You had me at hello” This is from the movie Jerry Maguire and was said by Renee Zellweger when Tom Cruise(Jerry) showed up at her door to confess his love for her.
3. “Say hello to my little Read the rest of this entry »
Everyone loves the 1980′s. It was a time when people were expressing themselves with punk rock hairstyles and rock n’ roll became hotter than ever. The 1980′s were when many of the horror films were first introduced. While they may seem mild compared to the movies of today, they still worked for this time frame.
Who could forget the famous Friday the 13th Series? This movie hit screens in 1980 and has had many sequels that spanned 2 decades. Jason was everyone’s nightmare as he went around killing people. The first episode did not have the famous Read the rest of this entry »
Styles seem to reinvent themselves every so often and what was once a fashion don’t suddenly becomes a fashion do. There are many things that used to be cool but faded with time, but have made a comeback. Here are some items that we love to hate, there back and bigger than ever:
1. Flower Power- The bold and vivid prints of the 1970′s were considered to be liberal and free. In the 80′s and 90′s these trends were no longer acceptable, but Read the rest of this entry »
Making sure that a meme goes viral is not as difficult as one may think. Here are 12 factors that will ensure the popularity of a meme:
1. Using a funny and relative picture that almost everyone can relate to.
2. Having the punchline of the meme be something related to current events or politics, because many people will relate to that.
3. Keeping the meme simple and to the point.
4. Memes that are slightly controversial in the subject material they portray.
5. Memes that are about movies or tv shows that have just been released.
6. Sports memes, especially if they are about worldwide Read the rest of this entry »
Technology has taken the world over like a storm. Today, everyone is on top of what new technological devices are going to be released, along with what date their release will be. When the date is found out, it is not a shock to see people waiting in line ready to purchase the new hottest device. These electronic devices have separated many people from actual reality. The generation which has been most affected by the curse of technology is the teenage one, though all generations are suffering from Read the rest of this entry »