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Welcome! MMC5006 Introductory Post

My name is Arielle and I am a recent University of Central Florida grad and a current University of Florida graduate student. You can learn more about me… 53 more words


Get Caught Wearing Your Helmet!

This is one occasion when you’re going to want to get caught by the police.

In an effort to promote helmet safety, London Police officers will be handing out vouchers for free Frosters to children spotted wearing their helmets when riding their bikes, or skateboards throughout the summer. 105 more words

e-Bulletin for 08/25/2016

In this issue

  • Transportation Planning Capacity Building and TOD Peer Exchange
  • World-wide Animated Bike-sharing Map
  • Changing Standards for the “Ideal American Home”
  • Boosting Sustainability Via Olympics…
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the most overused image in business communications

By business communications, I mean advertising and marketing, those things. Their purpose is to draw your eye, capture your interest, and hold it long enough to sell you something, right? 175 more words


Ah, the American Press

Do these newspapers have any editors on staff? Or are all the editors too busy reading the comics to edit?

The News Media

Kita adalah Anak Allah

Ps Kitty

Yesaya 61: 1-3 (1) Roh Tuhan ALLAH ada padaku, oleh karena TUHAN telah mengurapi aku; Ia telah mengutus aku untuk menyampaikan kabar baik kepada orang-orang sengsara, dan merawat orang-orang yang remuk hati, untuk memberitakan pembebasan kepada orang-orang tawanan, dan kepada orang-orang yang terkurung kelepasan dari penjara, (2) untuk memberitakan tahun rahmat TUHAN dan hari pembalasan Allah kita, untuk menghibur semua orang berkabung, (3) untuk mengaruniakan kepada mereka perhiasan kepala ganti abu, minyak untuk pesta ganti kain kabung, nyanyian puji-pujian ganti semangat yang pudar, supaya orang menyebutkan mereka “pohon tarbantin kebenaran”, “tanaman TUHAN” untuk memperlihatkan keagungan-Nya. 188 more words


Lagging behind: The repercussions of Digital Illiteracy

Whilst the majority of us couldn’t go a day without the internet and its memes, for 3.9 billion people it remains a mystery (International Telecommunication Union 2016). 625 more words