It’s easy for me to say that you can do whatever you want when I don’t know you at all. That’s a weird way to start a post. Hello, how are you? Do you have any idea what it’s like to live in the U.S. this year with all the nonsensical political discourse going on?… Continue reading On following the news cycle
The news is easy to follow if you have internet or Twitter and even easier if you have an interest in the matter. My favorite story in the last week or so was that of a young girl covering her local news and she even broke the news of a homicide (go her!). Go… Continue reading What news can you tell?
So they say writing is nothing and will lead to no jobs. This is not incorrect, but for literally every job on the market you need to know how to write and even better if you can do it well. Not just write, but compose documents and make sense of it enough to make someone… Continue reading Write to write
Maybe I’m only speaking for a small group here, but I don’t feel like current events is part of a kid’s everyday life. There used to be a time when major networks made more of an effort to promote this. This is not a hate post or anything on the topic, I’m just saying I’ve… Continue reading Current Events
I don’t always like the media. They are always pounding and hammering on issues that are not at all important sometimes, other times they are just annoying. Depends who you talk to. Of course, I am sorta the media in that I write online and share my work with others. As much as anyone else,… Continue reading Making sense of the media
In today’s society, we seem to not think twice before we post online. Some of us do, most of us say we do then forget this when the moment arrives using the logic that it can just be deleted later on. That’s just it, what you put online is online. End of story. But, that’s… Continue reading The Convergence of Media