Video production for non-profits (and other businesses)

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I consider myself a social reporter for a local non-profit where I live. I attend events, take photos, make notes, interview people here and there

Algorithms = math = huh?

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As an arts student, numbers aren't my strength. Science in general can mystify me. Once, many years ago, I listened to the Stephen Hawking book

Phoning it in—mobile usage and non-profit websites

An article on MarketingProfs says "marketing spend on mobile display ads and search will surpass $1 billion on 2011." This is not surprising, giving stats

Don’t underestimate the power of comedy

I love Stephen Colbert. If I wasn't in a wonderful relationship, and if Stephen was a little more physically hot (instead of merely intellectually devastating)

Interviews & earwax

People relate to emotion. In times of great emotion, physical attributes of whatever caused it are usually imprinted in your memory—music, smells, the location and

Leaving Currency Marketing

Listening to the radio quite a few years ago, I heard someone quote David Lee Roth about leaving Van Halen. Reportedly, DLR said "I never

What Hemingway taught me

I've never read Hemingway. In college I aimlessly took courses on history and English poets. Recently a conversation about a trade show in Florida brought

Typo!

I received an email from Warren Macdonald, an inspirational speaker I heard a few years ago. I just emailed him, because I found this in

New projects

I'm excited to be working on revamping some e-books for my good friend, Derek. He runs what I like to call his "empire"—five or so

World of Potter

First amusement park tip when you're mentally a teenager living in a 40-something body, is do the things you know won't make you sick first.

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