The grumpy cats, South Park characters and Honey Boo Boos (to name only a few) of the Internet are trying to tell you something. No, don’t you dare ignore them, because they will find you. They are trying to propogate themselves and spread from brain to brain.
Administrators, companies, individuals and institutions are hard at work to develop democracy in South Africa by making more data available to the public.
We all consume food on a daily basis. It is part of a routine, like having a shower before your day starts or combing your hair before you set a foot outside the house. Without food, I would not be able to write this blog. I need food to help me think- everyone does. It is truly glorious in all its facets.
Somewhere in the midst of my two years of psychology in university, I began to find it interesting to note the psychology behind the myriad activities and interactions in our daily lives, and the different theories that attempt to explain how we behave and what our needs are.
What I didn’t consider before, however, is how psychology can be used to explain our actions and interactions on social networking sites.
We own mobile devices that are very powerful. They have cameras, web connections, applications and even satellite navigation. But, you know that already. So, why am I boring you with useless information, right?