Listverse.com Contributing Writer. Research in Obscure Facts, History, Film and Psychology
Ten Truly Troubling Facts About The Clothing Industry
Ten Psychological Reasons Why People Join Cults
Ten Incredible Stories of Heroic Dogs of War
Ten Incredible Pets Who Returned Home After Years of Being Lost
Top 10 Tales of Children Lost in the Wilderness
Ten Disney Propaganda Films From WWII
Top Ten Cold War Propaganda Films on Nuclear Fallout
Ten Psychological Reasons Why People Are Afraid of Clowns
Top Ten North Korean Propaganda Films
Ten Incredible Rescues by Dogs That Will Warm Your Heart
Ten Dangerous Beauty Trends From The Victorian Era
Ten Forgotten Movie Starlets of Nazi Germany
Ten Awkward Party Games From The Early 1900’s
Top 10 Bizarre Tales of Modern-Day Witchcraft
Top 10 Bizarre Ways People Have Protected Burial Sites
The Penny Hoarder – Contributing Writer and Consultant
This Week, My Opinions Helped Me Get $136 Worth of Free Stuff. Here’s How.
I Only Spend $50 per Month on Meat for My Family of 6. Here’s How
Quoted on Retail Liquidations in an article by Lisa Rowan.
Geek Girl on the Street – Contributing Editor
Geek of the Week Interview: Manga Artist Jamie Lynn Lano.
Kotoricon 2011 Convention Review
GGOTS Video Highlights of the Month: Internet Reality TV
Album Review: All Caps Bmin/E
The following articles were published, but lost when the website went down:
Geek of the Week Interview: Children’s Book Author Bethany Shady
Interview with Bethany Shady, author of Fineas Winch Trilogy
GGOTS Book Review: Insomniatic Dreams by Shawna Howson
Book review. An excerpt of my review is still featured on the book’s Amazon sales page
Making Way For Today; The 1986 Stored Communications Act Gets Lost in The Cloud.
Summary: I argued that Internet privacy laws are outdated and inadequate for the rapid growth in technology, specifically with data stored in Cloud Computing systems. (iCloud, Google Docs, etc.) The language of these laws have created issues in multiple court cases. My theories ended up being correct when Edward Snowden revealed in 2013 that the NSA was, in fact, looking into our data, possibly using these legal loopholes as justification.
Presented at the Spring 2012 Symposium at Montclair State University.
If you would like to read my thesis, please e-mail me at email@example.com