Kanye Perusing Pirate Bay

By Kevin Keegan So some interesting news this week arrived via a post by none other than the hip-hop artist, Kanye West. Never short of headlines, his latest blip on social media is especially ironic considering the industry from which he claims his fame is also the one he appears to be cheating. Day 3 pic.twitter.com/zPw0eFEFGF — KANYE […]

The Ugly Side of Social Media

By Kevin Keegan I wanted to discuss a recent issue or more accurately, another casualty due to the current state of social media. Stephen Fry, renowned British actor and comedian, as well twitter user that has garnered over 12 million followers, has quit the social media service after backlash from a comment he made in jest […]

Social Media Trumped

by Kevin Keegan Social media has become a consistent platform that can make or break political campaigns. This trend was most apparent in the both the 2008 election and 2012 re-election of President Barrack Obama. But no candidate or politician has used social media with such frequency or reach as 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump. Photo […]

Stay In School

It’s been years since I’ve posted on my blog. I apologize for that. I actually have many new projects coming, including some logo design and what will hopefully be a very fruitful video project that I’m anxious to get underway. Currently I’m in school at Kennesaw State University finishing up my second degree in Communications. […]

Canon SL1 ISO Test

I’ve taken some shots comparing the ISO performance of Canon’s newest DSLR, the Rebel SL1 / 100D, and the older, but formidable, 60D. A lot of speculation has been circling around the SL1’s “new” sensor.  This is mainly because they share a pixel count, a pixel count that hasn’t seemed to change much over the […]

Field Notes

I’ve always liked taking notes, doodling, or the simple act of archiving my thoughts for future use. It’s a genuinely appealing thought to me. I don’t have the best memory and digital distraction is already creeping into every facet of our day to day lives. The need for recording these thoughts is an absolute necessity.