At the beginning of each month, we spotlight a staff-favorite book that meets our objective of thoughtfully sharing stories to help our audience experience their world in a smarter, healthier, and happier way.Continue reading “Book of the Month – October 2019”
Have you ever felt like you were stuck? The days blend into each other and feel repetitive. Your life feels almost… lifeless.
This is what the main character of ME Productions’ latest film project, “Limbo”, experiences but amplified.
Tom McGovern is a comedic actor, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. He is gaining an audience through his highly entertaining SnapChat Sketches.
Below is an interview we conducted for the short documentary series, Experience.
It is undeniable at this point that professional wrestling is encountering major growth across all spectrums. This article will help explain some of it and point you in the right direction for how to keep up with all the great content that is being produced.
Below is a sneak peek at the upcoming original documentary series, “Experience”.
The ME, in partnership with ATM Productions, is creating Experience to bring to a larger audience the stories and experiences of various individuals.
The SIGMA Force series is written by James Rollins and is a personal favorite of mine.
Rollins uses a mixture of real science, historical facts, and fiction to create an interesting, often times thought provoking, and exciting ride in each one of the books.
Happy New Year everyone! The ME is gearing up for its biggest year yet. Stay tuned for new content on the important events going on in today’s politics and economics.
We will be starting off our new year of postings with what could possibly be our biggest and best yet; “Memorandum for Proposed Action to Revitalize the US Economy”, which will lay out reasonable and practical policies that the government can follow to give our economy that extra boost it needs. Coming soon!
BuzzFeed, posted probably the best article condemning the very idea of a console war and the impending one coming this holiday season. It boils down to what I feel so strongly about: There are no true winners in a console war.
Yes, consoles do die while in battle. But they aren’t long fought wars. It’s either a quick defeat or a long, difficult tussle that later no one really gives a shit about.
I remember 2006, my “first” E3. The first E3 where I paid attention to everything video games. It was that E3 where the rest of that generation of consoles were unveiled. While the Xbox 360 already had a head start, it was the Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 3 that had their debutant ball. And I remember the Carrie-like hell unleashed right after.
Sony’s arrogance lit up the internet with memes and Nintendo placed itself warmly…
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