The sophistication of these shots is shining through: despite the naughty action there is a big harmony in these images. At least on the colour level. And by adding a bit of white colour the pornographic world is in order again. But wait – we can get a hint of something very different which is acting against the harmony mentioned minutes ago. Visual shock: Would cumshots be working if they would look like this? It’s only chocolate, so don’t worry. We’ll dig a bit deeper into the colour psychology of porn in future postings.
Today I’ve read a lenghty article from Lettre Internation about the inherent sadness of social media. The individual, so the article, gets a glossy image of the world around her, and the more she tries to keep up with the Joneses, the more she fails, because there is no such 24/7 service provided by individuals. A rat race of vanities eventually drives people into melancholy.
The interesting point here is that melancholy doesn’t only hit the receiver, but the sender, too. The short joy of gaining and arousing attention is basically a chemical reaction, induced by the industry which eventually makes its money with our emotions. In the end the social media user has no chance to succeed: even if you get a lot of followers, there will be somebody else with even more followers, and since you never know if this other one did buy an army of bot followers, your fight for fame is a lonely one. Burnout is one of the symptoms threatening your social media career.Continue reading
Sometimes I’m missing a funny idea I could use for a post in order to add some blurb to the images. Perhaps I should mention this cute girl at the counter in that shop where I bought a pair of shoes today. Her dress barely covered her tattoos (they seemed to be everywhere: her forearms, her shoulder, her back), and on her cheeks she had pasted a couple of small glitzy stars. A bit stupid, but, I’ve said it, very cute. And her smile: something to remember. Have a story like this when you look at a silver girl like her: this is Jana M. Continue reading
Coming closer to peculiar things, perhaps Germany’s newest plans for data retention. Old wine in new skins, a poor new attempt of breaking basic laws, despite the hopeless intention to follow the guidelines of the constitutional court. Politicians are that keen to grab all our data. There are good reasons to distrust them.