Author Archives: Samantha Baker

Magazines addicted to Pinterest

Posted by Samantha Baker

With the sudden increase in users on Pinterest, magazines and other news outlets have been scrambling to get onboard with this hip site. Now, I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m really curious as to why magazines and other news outlets are so interested in this addictive website. Continue reading

Literal Translations of Grammar

Posted by Samantha Baker

There are times when learning grammar that no matter how many times you go over a rule or concept, it just does not seem to stick. This often becomes frustrating. Well, I’m here to tell you that there is a solution to ease your frustrations. Continue reading

Twitter and Media Law

Posted by Samantha Baker

Since Twitter’s creation in March 2006, it has been the catalyst of multiple lawsuits, proving to be more controversial than other social networking sites. Despite Twitter’s controversial 140-character format, it leads the pack in regards to defending free speech in comparison to more established companies. Countless people consume and send-off tweets on a daily basis, making it impossible for Twitter to not have an impact on media law, whether that impact is positive or negative is subjective. Continue reading