Monthly Archives: March 2015

  1. What Is Wrong With This Picture?

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    March 23, 2015 by inkedinbold

    Yesterday I was on CustomInk.com. To add pictures to your design, you use graphics from the CustomInk library. I needed a simple picture of a girl, so I searched “girl”. I was pretty angry at what images were at the top…

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  2. “Diverse” Emojis – You Done Goofed Up, Unicode

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    March 12, 2015 by inkedinbold

    A couple weeks ago I found out that Unicode is creating new diverse emoji with six different skin tones. At first I was psyched, because that’s one less whitewashed piece of media. But there’s always a catch. I scrolled through the official images of the new emoji. Wow, five new shades of tan and brown, and they’re pretty realistic too! — thought Sadie, full of hope and uncharacteristic optimism about a more culturally open internet. Of course, as my eyes landed on the last emoji, my optimistic spirit was instantly crushed.

  3. “Just Choosing” Isn’t That Simple.

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    March 9, 2015 by inkedinbold

    I am going to start off this post by stating that colors are just wavelengths of light perceived by our brains. The next time someone implies that pink is “for girls”, go ahead and use that as your comeback, because science always wins.

  4. The Internet Has No Welcome Parties

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    March 2, 2015 by inkedinbold

    Hi everyone! I’m Sadie, and today I am entering WordPress. I’m going to keep this post very direct. Here’s what …
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