Facts About The Legal Cocaine-Like Drug

“Drug” is a powerful word, and it is also a word that has been taken for granted. When we think of drugs, we think of some illicit drugs as how Hollywood shapes our perspective. For many years we have been spoon-fed by our governments' propaganda about the dangers of drugs. Usually, the campaign only says … Continue reading Facts About The Legal Cocaine-Like Drug

Juul Epidemic from Marketing Perspective

It has been 4 years that James Monsees and Adam Bowen founded but Juul labs. Since then Juul has received a lot of lawsuit against them. Most of the lawsuit discussed how Juul advertisements are misleading and targeted to youth. One of the examples is “Case 5:18-cv-03760-EGS” issued to “UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE … Continue reading Juul Epidemic from Marketing Perspective

The Most Dangerous Drug In Disguise

Before saying anything I want you to play a little guessing game: Let’s say that we are making a simple scatter plot that contains 2 variable. The first variable is “harm to others” (Y-axis). The second one is “harm to users” variable (X-axis). Supposedly, what we mean by harm to others or users is how … Continue reading The Most Dangerous Drug In Disguise

Diving Into The Development of Privacy as a Luxury

We are currently living in a very complex civilization that uses technology as one of the core driving tools, and the advancement will certainly not go any slower. Today maybe we only used our gadgets for our daily personal life, but what future ahead is so much more than just gadgets. There are IoT, blockchain, … Continue reading Diving Into The Development of Privacy as a Luxury

Why Legalizing LGBT Is Not Enough To Support Equality

Nowadays, there are a lot of countries that legalized LGBT. So that’s really good, that’s the first step toward equalities. But I guess, like every other case, equalities are a very hard thing to achieve. On paper (written), there are many countries that equal and fair. Countries like United States, Netherlands, etc are fairly equal … Continue reading Why Legalizing LGBT Is Not Enough To Support Equality

Why Ideas & Programs Won’t Won Candidates

Monday morning, September 26, 1960, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon were in CBS broadcast facility in Chicago to debate in the first televised presidential debate ever. At that time, JFK was still a relatively young and unrecognize senator from Brookline, Massachusetts. At the other side, Richard Nixon was already the vice president of the … Continue reading Why Ideas & Programs Won’t Won Candidates