Is it time to bury your cellphone?
A gravedigger in Spain was suspended after a photo of him posing with an exhumed body circulated on social medial. "It was
The question, then, is the same for RBF sufferers and selfie addicts alike: How did that face get there? What forces, events
Even as a funeral director, I myself once felt uncomfortable with the idea of deathbed/funeral selfies. But as I've seen more and more people take these photos, I've slowly become more open.
But for many, social media has not only made the grieving process more social, it could one day change the way we conduct
If my own 50-year-old Dad had a problem with a harmless selfie of us taken at a Jets game, how would an older or sick person feel if you Instagrammed a picture of them while they are at their lowest most vulnerable place?
2. Healthcare.gov. The part this poorly-designed site played--or failed to play for that matter--in the introduction of Obamacare was damn-near disastrous. We live in a world where babies know how to use iPads. Figure it out, America.
Ever since Myspace and the growth of the front-facing smartphone camera, people have been snapping selfies pretty much everywhere. It's really not ok.
Kevin Rudd, an Australian politician, is no stranger to selfies. Seriously though, did we need to know that you suck at shaving
"This was a funeral selfie am I going to hell?" one teen trout pout poser asks. Well, we can pretty much categorically answer you here: Yes. Yes you are.
Maybe. If there's an event during which selfies are more inappropriate, we can't think of it. Fast Company's Jason Feifer