We’re creating this post to continue the discussion started today (April 8, 2015) on our “Breaking 50 Shades” HOA where we explored the ways in which this phenomenon used “traditional” values and ideals of love to go viral, as well as the role controversy played in its propagation and an in depth look at the triggers and factors at play in the 50 shades phenomenon.
Join #CodeBreakers Ammon Johns Kristin Drysdale and David Wells in the final episode of the season, where we’ll tie together the common elements explored in our first ten episodes. We’ll also discuss the transition to the second season and the adaptations we’ll be making in the new year.
Meet the #CodeBreakers :
(In alphabetical order)
Super Power -> Communication
Super Powers-> Strategist, Visibility Control, Protector of Lawns
Super Power -> Humor, Wordsmith
Super Power -> Engagement, Funnies and Gamification
Super Power -> Psychology and Psychometrics
Super Power -> Philosophical and Sociological Analysis
DENNIS N. DUCE
Super Power -> Engagement, Creativity, and Misspelling