Chris Routly (@chrisroutly)
I have no idea what I'm doing.
Chris McFadden (@cristoirmac)
Father, Husband, Director of Software Engineering @MessageSystems
Dad, Wireless Geek
Kim Auclair (@kimauclair)
Blogueuse, entrepreneure et conférencièce. Je suis présidente et animatrice de communauté Web chez Niviti. Je me passionne pour l'entrepreneuriat et le Web.
Murshid Jamil (@mjkibria)
Rummy Setty (@rummyonline)
Online Gaming has become a hub of gaming enthusiasts! With technology advancing at a very fast pace & Smartphone taking a toll over gaming gadgets, this is something to look for! Online gaming is mostly played through Desktop/ Smartphone and the internet. No matter you interest falls for skill games, action-packed games, puzzle or anything else, every game is almost available on the internet. That’s the power of technology. So, if you had not dived into the online world of gaming, charge your Smartphone and start playing.
Mauro Rios (@argkont)
Gavin Blue (@gavinblue)
Travis Smith (@travisorensmith)
mikey mike and the funki bunsh (@michael-cera)
idk how this works
Ian Hoppe (@thestrategerist)
Technology journalist for the Birmingham News, musician, animal owner.
American Expatriate living and loving Berlin.
Sandra Chevrier (@sandrachevrier)
Sandra Chevrier currently lives in Montreal, Quebec. She is a gaze collector, an idea chaser and a full time single mom.
The series "cages" is about women trying to find freedom from society's twisted preconceptions of what a woman should or shouldn't be. These women encased in these cages of brash imposing paint or comic books that masks their very person symbolizes the struggle that women go through with having these false expectations of beauty and perfection as well as the limitations society places on women, corrupting what truly is beautiful by placing women in these prisons of identity. By doing so, society is asking them to become superheroes.
Glitchen. Gamer. Reader. Knitter.
Mike Rea (@mikerea)