Friday, December 19, 2014

That time when white privilege and american exceptionalism got bitch smacked simultaneously. #SonyHack

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Simply. Genius. @ It. #Yup.

Yeah, so what if it's Tuesday? Just what did your Social Media strategy accomplish today? Today is December 9th, by Monday morning you should probably MAKE CONTACT Creative Social Media Design by the One Man Wrecking Crew known as Anthony Chiles. @absolutcreative| Make Contact 937.286.8315

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Brand Building 101 #MakeContact

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Saturday, September 13, 2014

How To Be A 21st Century 'Gentleman'

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Our #Freedom of Speech is Freedom or Death. We got to Fight the Powers that Be. Do The Right Thing @ 25

Cause I'm Black and I'm proud
I'm ready and hyped plus I'm amped
Most of my heroes don't appear on no stamps

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Adam Ruins Everything. Again! The Truth About Purebreds #Sucks. #Bad. #RealBad

This is going to be a hard pill for a lot of people to swallow. Better mix it with peanut butter.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Arielle Scarcella, Vlogger, Releases 'Straight Girls Explain: Penetration Vs Oral'

Popular lesbian vlogger Arielle Scarcella has released one of her most thought-provoking videos yet in this latest installment in her "Explain" YouTube series. The video, titled "Straight Girls Explain: Penetration vs Oral," builds off a poll conducted by Scarcella and another vlogger of 500 straight women and 500 lesbians about their preference when it comes to oral sex versus penetration. The results found that 55 percent of straight women preferred penetration, while only 25 percent of lesbians responded in the same way. What follows is a nuanced discussion among straight women about how, in the words of Scarcella, it "all relates back to misogyny and how women feel about their bodies."

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Hey Kids, Let's Boycott Christmas

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

File under: This is How Marketing Works Sucker! Avast bought your phone on eBay & recovered what you thought you ‘wiped’

story by @RuthReader | @VentureBeat
“This guy was really into anime porn,” says Caroline James, PR manager for Avast, pointing to a spread of papers with pictures of data taken from 20 smartphones purchased on eBay.

Security software firm Avast bought the phones as a test to see what they could find on theoretically “wiped” phones. What they found was a virtual goldmine of information: 40,000 photos — including nudie pics — 750 emails and texts, 250 names and addresses, one completed loan application, and a whole lot more. Only one of the phones had security software loaded on it, but that phone gave up some of the most sensitive information.

Hackers at Avast were able to identify the previous owner, access his Facebook page, plot his previous whereabouts through GPS coordinates, and find the names and numbers of more than a dozen of his closest contacts. What’s more, the company discovered a lot about this guy’s penchant for kink and a completed copy of a Sexual Harassment course — hopefully a preventative measure.

That’s some serious intel from a phone you thought you’d wiped clean.

The stunt is a part of an awareness campaign by Avast to make people, specifically Americans, realize just how insecure their mobile phones are — and to sell their mobile software for Android.

Only 14 percent of Americans installed anti-virus software on their phone, according to a recent Consumer Reports study. And only 8 percent use software that could erase their phone remotely. As Avast points out, factory resets aren’t as thorough as we think they are.

That’s because when you delete a file, it’s not really deleted. Rather the operating system deletes pointers that correspond to the file and marks the space that the file occupies as available so that it can eventually be overwritten. But until it’s overwritten, the file can still be restored. This is true for your cellphone and PC.

{See VentureBeat’s earlier coverage of this issue: “5 alarming things that can be undeleted from your phone.”}

“Selling your used phone is a good way to make a little extra money, but it’s a bad way to protect your privacy,” said Jude McColgan President of mobile at Avast. The company boasts that its mobile software doesn’t just erase pointers, it overwrites the file making it irretrievable.

Avast is not the only company trying to sell mobile security software. Major U.S. security brands like McAfee and Symantec have apps on the market — although they cost money. The security packages range in price, with most costing about $29.99 for the year, while Avast’s software is free and pretty extensive at that.

Beyond locking and remotely wiping your phone as needed, the company offers a variety of other tools to keep your Android phone safe from malware. And with a price tag of free it should be an easy sell to consumers. But clearly it’s not, because, as indicated earlier, few people in the U.S. use security software on their phones.

PCs for businesses and homes often come preloaded with antivirus software, so consumers may not be trained to think about security software — or its importance. Also, security software generally tends to eat up battery life.

But considering that Avast’s experiment wasn’t exactly advanced hacking, it may be time to consider securing your phone.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Jene Rebbin Shaw Happy Origin Day | Sugar and Heist Pilot

Friday the 13th. Yeah it is. Full Moon. Wow that's beautiful. Werewolves, out for blood. And the brightest star is Jene Rebbin Shaw. Happy Birthday!! To celebrate your origin day we’ve uploaded the lost pilot for Sugar and Heist. Not quite sure if this is the Director’s Cut or the Alternate Version; we do know you are brilliant. A natural comedienne with screen presence to burn. And to let the rest of the world in on a little secret, Jene will be collaborating with us again on something her and Judy Shaw {a.k.a. Sugar, a.k.a. Raspberry Blonde} are writing. And for those of you who have been cast {officially, unofficially} in the upcoming Michael Clayton Redux, it is happening and this is what you can look forward to. Can hardly wait. Tony Gilroy owes me a favor; it’s going to be a whirlwind. Watch an outtake frome The Devil's Cartel here

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Adding Silver Linings to My Playbook

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Happens All Day and Night #HatingPeopleYouDontEvenKnow

Unpopular Black Opinion #NotAllBlackPeopleLike

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Coming #Never Now That's Hype!

Nevermind Jay Z's Solange Encounter in that elevator. This is what he and Queen B do best. Promote. The. Brand.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

"When things get too heavy just call me helium--the lightest known gas to man." - Jimi Hendrix

Friday, January 24, 2014

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Do Stormtroopers Twerk? Apparently So

Thursday, January 16, 2014