It didn’t take long to wait. After the Nike, which "took the Internet by storm" with Colin Kaepernick’s activist video and which was the subject of countless articles and columns in traditional media, here comes a new example of a global brand that bases its campaign on a controversial and sensitive social topic.
Within the globally popular Netflix series "Black Mirror", a new, but also special episode "Bandersnatch" was broadcast on the eve of the New year. The peculiarity of this episode is in its interaction.
One of the presents I got for New Year's Eve was a book of poetry, at least that's what it said it was. I have to admit that I'm not exactly an avid reader of poetry, to say the least, which is why, out of all the presents, this book was the first thing I reached for. While I was flipping through it, I came across a short poem with an interesting title – "I am the Best".
Two mutually unrelated events especially caught my attention in the last month of the now already last 2018.
A reader of our blog drew my attention to a post on social networks about the death of a man who, according to these posts, was a successful internet entrepreneur. One of these online published obituaries ends with a sentence stating that the respective gentleman "made the Internet a better place to live" by his work.