Are you a friend, family member or casual Internet acquaintance of Aaron R. Davis wondering why you haven't heard anything from him lately? Well, while he is unlikely to actually pick up the phone or fire off an email to explain it to you directly, he was
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Tumblr is an exciting place where people with diverse interests can come to start their own specialized blogs. But not all of these blogs are destined to make it. Some of them will only be around for a short time. Why do these specialized blogs fail?
This week, Aaron R. Davis truly captures the modern movie-going experience. He takes you inside an actual theater to show exactly what it's like to sit there waiting for the magical cinematic experience to unfold ... after you get through the endless ads and previews, of course.
Tumblr followers can be a fair weather bunch. Sometimes they'll stop following you because you don't post enough. Other times they'll stop following you because you post too much. Sometimes they'll bail because you post nude pictures. Other times they'll bail because your Tumblr is too tame.
Aaron R. Davis' younger sister recently gave birth to a baby girl. Although his new niece lives in Australia and he is unsure how often he will be able to see her, Davis still feels a strong bond with his new family member and has the desire
Every year, we hear a lot about the "War on Christmas" and how traditional Christmas values are slowly being worn down. There is a notion that in recent years Christmas has become too commercial and people have lost the "reason for the season." This week, Aaron R.
These days, we often hear a lot about the so-called "war on Christmas." Every year, Fox News pundits and conservative Christians claim that their holiday is being taken away from them, despite the fact that Christmas eclipses Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and all other holidays in its path. This
Chances are that most of you have watched the classic Rankin-Bass Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer without giving the special very much thought. But if you actually take a moment to think about what's going on in the special, it raises some disturbing questions. This week, Aaron
You may have forgotten now that Thanksgiving is being promoted as "Good Friday Eve," but as the name suggests, Thanksgiving is actually a holiday created so that all Americans can take a moment to give thanks for all that they have in their lives (in between the
If you've been watching television lately, then you've already noticed that it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas on your TV screen. Companies begin releasing their holiday-themed ads early and early every year in order to drum up sales. As Aaron R. Davis explains this week,