With the invention of technology, a creator’s intent does not determine how their creation will always be used. Websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are places of instant gratification, ideal images, and trolls. However, on occasion, social media reminds you of one of its main purposes — connection.
Shoes are a major part of an outfit. A pair of shoes can determine if an outfit makes the cut for an event. If there are a particular pair shoes that just have to be worn, but don’t mesh well with the attire, change the outfit not the shoes. Shoes are supreme. Successful shoe designer Stuart Weitzman designs attention-grabbing shoes.
This past week, the NFL inducted its newest members into its Hall of Fame. The festivities began with the ceremonial game, which was played between the Baltimore Ravens and my Chicago Bears. The exhibition game doesn’t have much allure surrounding it, and since neither team played their starters it wasn’t one for casual fans to get excited about. The weekend is really all about the guys who are being inducted, though. This year’s class featured some of the most iconic players of the last twenty years; Terrell Owens, Randy Moss, Brian Dawkins, Brian Urlacher, and Ray Lewis.
Today social media has given fans and onlookers a snapshot into the lives of their favorite entertainers. Platforms such as Instagram or Twitter are providing a level of accessibility that was not available before the rise of the social media. The public is now privy to aspects of celebrities’ endeavors outside of what they are known for. Social media is a great way to market projects such as films, charities, and music. When utilized correctly these sites provide direct consumer access.
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