8 things I learned from daring to have an opinion on the internet

Author Kyle Perkins

by Kyle Perkins.

As most of you now know, the other day I wrote an article that somewhat went viral. These are eight things I learned during that experience.

1. You’ll lose friends.


No, this is not a joke. If you have an opinion on the internet and it reaches enough people, opinions are going to be divided(Unless it’s about setting dogs on fire). With that, comes heaps of betrayal and people that you thought were your friends, suddenly turning on you because they thought your back would make a good stepping stone. It really is a marvel to see someone that completely agreed with you on the exact subject of your article the day before, turn their back on you the second their circle shifts.

This happens all the time though and it isn’t new. Take a look at anything Donald Trump says. Half the country have their shotguns…

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Just wanted to say thank you.

by Kyle Perkins.     So, the other day I made a blog post about something that was bothering me in the indie book community… I expected that post to maybe reach a couple hundred peo…

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The human mind, torrenting, hard drives, and why I need a life. — Author Kyle Perkins

By Kyle Perkins. Okay, well, where to begin? To understand what I am about to say, you’ll need to understand torrenting. I will explain this in the most basic way possible so that anyone can understand.Alright, all set? Good. Just kidding. Okay, so say you have a movie, and you want to share that […]

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Rejection Sucks.

By Kim Carmichael     Seriously, there is no better way to talk about rejection than starting with the fact that at its very core it sucks.  It bites the big one.  Rejection can go f itse…

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