Entertainment Articles
  • Getting Real with Interactive Discussions with Celebrities
  • by Tamara Day
  • Interactive discussions and social media sites have become the norm in today's world. Celebrities are able to be "followed" in a non-stalker way that allows you glimpses into their personal world with these open types of forums. After all, they're regular people just like us….kind of anyway.
  • The Funny Thing About Social Media…..
  • by Tamara Day
  • You can't go online without seeing some new up-and-coming talent in the comedy world. You can follow the tweets of your favorites and you can even partake in real-time commentary with the comedian himself. That's right…comedians are now using social media and open forums to market themselves.
  • Real Time Commentary About That Man Who Walked Into A Bar
  • by Jack Terry
  • The toughest part about coming up with a new joke is figuring out if it is funny. Just because something makes you laugh doesn't mean it will make somebody else laugh. For most of us this isn't a big concern but for somebody who makes their living by making other people laugh, the joke better be funny. Comedians and social media are the perfect marriage to help test out new material and see just how funny they are.
  • What Everyone Should Know About Transitioning Into Retirement
  • by Samson Williams
  • Many people look forward to retirement itself, but dread the preparation needed for retirement. There are several reasons why people avoid the issue. That said, you have to do it. What is it that we need to be aware of? Keep reading to find out. Working part time in the future may be an option. If you're looking forward to retirement, but simply can't absorb the cost of it, think about partial retirement.
  • Rising Stars: Celebrities with Pilot's Licenses
  • by Kate Whitely
  • Thinking of getting your pilot's license, but not sure if you can do it? Maybe it would help if you knew Han Solo already has his. That's right: Harrison Ford is a certified pilot, with single- and multi-engine ratings as well as his instrument rating. This article, presented by Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology, reviews some of the many celebrities past and present who have earned their wings.
  • Can An Open Forum Help You Make Them Cry Like Barbara Walters?
  • by Jack Terry
  • Entertainment is a competitive business and celebrities are always looking for new ways to connect with their fans and keep building their careers. Thanks to social media, the opportunities that they have now are greater than they have ever been. By utilizing open discussion formats to interact directly with their fans, it helps them become more successful than ever and it makes us feel like we are part of that success.
  • Social Media and How It Changes Being a Fan
  • by Tamara Day
  • The use of real-time commentary, interactive discussions and social media like Facebook and Twitter helps us to build what feels like a more personal relationship with celebrities. We can "follow" our famous friends and read exactly what they felt like posting that very day. It's off the cuff…..it's their human side…and they become regular people (to a degree) just like us.
  • How Social Media May Help Win An Academy Award
  • by Jack Terry
  • Independent directors changed the business model of the movie industry nearly twenty years ago, working with small budgets and creating pieces that shook the industry, but the social media necessary to promote their films wasn't there yet. It is now, and these online discussion formats don't just help other people know about a new movie. In some cases, they can help pay for the movie to be made in the first place.
  • Drawing Inspiration From Past Travels
  • by Joanne Perkins
  • Berkshire-based landscape artist talks about how her past travels have inspired her. She also discusses how adding personal touches based on past experiences can make a painting unique.
  • Letting Interactive Discussions Pull Back The Curtain
  • by Jack Terry
  • There are many musicians you may never have heard of who are having perfectly wonderful successful careers, using online forums and creating a real-time commentary site for the fans to have a chat while watching a live streaming concert. By connecting directly with the audience, it gives them a chance to discuss their creativity, show off a little of their humor and passion, and help foster a more grounded reality of who they are.
  • The Humor And Creativity Of Open Forum Celebrity Interviews
  • by Jack Terry
  • Specifically in the world of film and recorded music and for the first few decades of television, publicity was a carefully constructed event. The producers and the studios controlled who spoke to whom, where and about what. The use of real-time commentary and online forums has changed how all of that works, and that has helped to create a much broader category and definition of what it means to be a celebrity.
  • Castlevania NES review
  • by Eli Gali
  • Castlevania for NES is one of the best platformers for the console, Read more...
  • The Catchlove Kid
  • by Heather A Wheeler
  • The amazing artistic music talents of Otis J represent the perfect combination of R&B, Soul and Pop. The lyrics from each addictive song easily pull you into the emotions and feelings of this artist. With a catchy, fun beat that you can jam to by ...
  • How To Play Candy Crush The Right Way
  • by Ben Meyer
  • Candy crush saga, the game by king is one of the most popular online games right now. It is really rare not to see someone playing it. As a result, I wanted to check out this online game and what is it all about. It really got me hooked. As a ...
  • Play Android Games with a Wiimote
  • by Michael Sililo
  • Certain Android phones enable you to connect a Nintendo Wii remote control to play games. I'll show you how to do it. Playing some great games available via a touchscreen can be a bit of a pain. Because your thumbs are in the way, you often can't ...
  • Treasure of Rudras SNES Review
  • by Eli Gali
  • Treasure of Rudras is one of the best RPGs for the Super Famicom. The game was developed by Squaresoft, now Squarenix. Read more
  • Astrohawk SNES Review
  • by Eli Gali
  • Astrohawk is a SNES homebrew developed by Paul Lay from Playsoft.co, the game was originally developed in the 90's but it was until 2014 that was published in cartridge. Read more here...
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