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Thoughts & Stories on Content Marketing

I like to think of content marketing as a vision and the communication of that vision. Words, pictures and videos help bring the vision alive. The visual aesthetics come after and work harmoniously with the communicated vision. 527 more words

DigiMark 2.3


“Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.” ~ Confucius


The tongue is as ignorant as the mind.

A boast is just a hoax of the mind.

The truth is prevalent to the viewer and distressed to the seeker.



One day this past week I was working at the computer and after juggling three phone calls in a row a client in our waiting area said “I wonder who had the first secretary.” It was an interesting thought. 907 more words

Life Is A Melting Pot

Interview | Tom Chivers

Published in The Scribe, Issue IV

As an independent publisher and literary arts producer, with a focus on new experimental writing and spoken word, Penned in the Margins is one of the most exciting presses out there. 1,007 more words


Theatre | Hedda Gabler

Having had the pleasure of seeing some of the cast last semester in Tg’s production of Shakespeare’s bloody Titus Andronicus, I was intrigued to see what Open Theatre would do with Henrik Ibsen’s natural realist masterpiece, Hedda Gabler. 768 more words


Theatre | The Laramie Project

A poignant piece of theatre, made from brutal, political material, The Laramie Project was the first production by the newly created Stage@Leeds Company, headed by Steve Ansell – and it did not fail to move the audience. 517 more words