Archive for September 2012

The Digital Age

Over the last few days I’ve been experimenting with more efficient ways to both transcribe my notes/interviews and deliver them to the various mediums I use. Still a firm believer in the tried and true method of pen and paper, but in this day and age the use of technology provides a higher level of accuracy and efficiency. Read more

Tune Out the Noise

As a Journalist you must always remain unbiased and factual. In the pursuit of the truth you need to keep emotion out of the equation. Read more

Smile for the Camera

“It is easier to ask for forgiveness than it is to ask for permission” Not sure who is credited with the origin of this quote but today is the first time I’ve ever had to really use it. Went out into the world today to take some photographs for my Photojournalism class. Read more

Thick Skin

I’ve heard it time and time again. “Not everyone will agree or even like what you have to say” “That to make a career out of this you must develop a thick skin”. Read more

Imagine That

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There once was a time, before the Internet, before Twitter, Facebook and Instagram; Where people had to huddle around the radio or sit in front of the television to catch breaking news. Shows would be interrupted, radio broadcasters would deviate from their scripts. People would stop what they were doing because the news was just that important. Read more

You won’t disappoint me, I can do that myself.

In a city so small (In comparison to where I’m from) it should be easy to stand out in a crowd. It should be easy to showcase any and all talents. The sad truth is so much is uninspired. So much of the same that everyone is looked over. Read more

On the Grind

Today will be my official foray into the world of Blogging. Read more

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