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W2 SME: Aperture and Shutter Speed

This week I got to research some examples of wide and narrow aperture as well as fast and slow shutter speeds. In photography there is something called the exposure triangle. 500 more words


Homework for Sept 20

Hopefully, everyone is relaxing and enjoying the evening. The following homework will be due tomorrow (9/20). 48 more words


A Desk is a Dangerous Place from which to view the world...

John LeCarre said in one of his books, “A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world.” And most of us would certainly agree with that assessment. 341 more words


New OTTO 500 High-Temperature IP68 Speaker-Mic for Firefighters

OTTO, a high-quality 2-way radio accessory manufacturer from Carpentersville, IL recently introduced a high-temperature purpose-built shoulder microphone for the fire service. The OTTO 500 is designed to function in 500 degree heat for 5 minutes and also fully-submerged underwater for a half hour.  60 more words


SPOT ON: Why GDS's Social Media House Rules rule

For three years I was the sole voice of the council’s Twitter and for five years drew-up its social media strategy and tactics.

We started with one account and when I left there were more than 70 many of which I was really proud of. 573 more words


Webs of Copper, Webs of Glass

Over the past weekend I read a book called, Jefferson’s War, by Joseph Wheelan.  It is a surprisingly quick read, and a very interesting look at early United States history.  777 more words

Unlikely ways to use your comm experience

By Sarah Vlazny, Account Executive for PSU Engineering Abroad

Most rising seniors who study communications probably hope to get a job in the communications field— whether it be working in public relations, media, or advertising. 564 more words

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