In a recent post, I discussed the tendency of many college students to wait for a social or environmental cause to find them. I argue that’s not how finding a cause works. We have to get involved in something to become passionate about it. If you read it, you probably came to the following conclusion: Ryan wants me to take action. And that . . .
Web 2.0 has redefined personal image.What was once reserved for celebrities and CEOs affects all of us in the digital world. We can be seen, researched, interpreted and debated over across thousands of searchable platforms. Our online presence now contributes more to our identity than what we own, what we say, how we look or what’s on our . . .