MoviePass, the movie a day app

I used to go to the movies a lot. That was back when tickets were $5. Today, a single movie ticket is as high as $20 in some cities and about $12 at the theaters near me. That’s too much to see more than 2-3 movies in a month. Not to mention the popcorn and drink and a night out at the movies for me and a date can easily hit $35 and more if

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GoFundMe Profits and Hurricane Harvey

GoFundMe has been the source of donations by tens of thousands of people in the past week who are giving to relief efforts related to Hurricane Harvey. At this point, nearly a week for many GoFundMe campaigns, the company has helped raise some $4.5 billion dollars for people and organizations affected by the storm. GoFundMe is making a hefty profit on those donations. According to GoFundMe’s website, it keeps 5% of every donated amount to

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YouTube Justice

As anyone who’s posted a YouTube video, uploaded a story to a news site or written something for an online newspaper will tell you, you NEVER ever read the comments. YouTube viewers are similar to Reddit visitors, their comments often offend, criticize, undermine, torment, persecute and torture the person they disagree with. It’s unrelenting sometimes. This time, comments from some YouTube viewers rescued two children at the center of alleged abuse. I’m talking about the

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Don’t Tick of your Facebook Friends!

Facebook is no place for sarcasm. No place is safe these contentious days after a change in administration, marches and genuine dislike for anyone (even friends) who believe something you don’t believe. Have you ticked off that kid from the 7th grade you barely knew but now see her posts about Trump every single day? I mean anytime you gather up the nerve to make a comment or post about politics, religion or college football you’re

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