Who are we? Consider the preamble to the United States Constitution. When you hear, "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union," have you ever stopped to think about who they were referring to? It actually did not refer to the people of the United States, but rather, the … Continue reading Where are You in “We?”
This week has been filled with controversy over my legal battle against the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Because it has climbed so high in the court system, numerous parties have been weighing in, both wanted and unwanted. As such, it has been leading to numerous conversation and debates. That’s where things get really … Continue reading We Need to Stop Skipping Logic
I recently did an interview with US News: Education. The article was released today, Graduate Schools' Political Leanings Concern Some Students. The report that "Simon Tam, an MBA student at Marylhurst University in Oregon, says it's important for applicants to consider all aspects of a prospective school's culture. "It can be a more enjoyable experience to find … Continue reading Do Graduate Schools’ Political Leanings Concern You?
The newest Facebook hoax to make the rounds started picking up some serious steam yesterday. You might have seen some of your friends post a message along the lines of: "In response to the new Facebook guidelines, I hereby declare that my copyright is attached to all of my personal details, illustrations, comics, paintings..." Well, … Continue reading What the Newest Facebook Hoax Tells Us About Users