Three Trends That Need to Die NOW
2) The use of the word "green" as a verb to describe the taking of ecologically friendly measures. "We're greening our office." "We have to green America's highways." It's as bad as "growing our revenue," another phrase I can't stand.
3) Professional pictures of people's feet that are somehow supposed to represent their personality. Hasn't the so-called "statement" of Chuck Taylors with a tuxedo been done to the point where it is no longer a statement, and therefore no longer worth the stupid photo? I actually like the photography of some of the people who shot these, so where oh where is this demand for foot fotos coming from? It's almost as bad as the now tiresomely ubiquitous "jump shot." What am I not getting here?
I'm going to Pennsylvania this weekend, primarily to escape technology and its seductive luring of me to blogs that threaten to drive me mad with all the chomping choruses of "om nom nom."