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A Reporter's Best Friends

A recent analysis I read online [1] detailed the best reporters as smart, quick, honest, personable, curious, and courageous. In the same vein, in my Public Affairs Reporting class we have been taught to be fair, accurate, interesting, thorough, and human. 348 more words

Brian Williams

Disarm at TodaysArt, The Hague

23-25 September 2016
“Disarm (mechanized)” by Pedro Reys are a collection of mechanical musical instruments made in part out of firearms, including revolvers, shot-guns and machine-guns, given to him by the Mexican government in the city of Ciudad, Juarez, after they had been rendered useless by tanks and steamrollers. 404 more words

In The Netherlands

How to create and organize video content with impact

It’s no secret that video and social media have changed the landscape of marketing communication forever.  Today, people on average spend between 30 to 40 hours a week watching video content on their mobile devices, laptops and tablet PCs.   1,975 more words

The MEconomy

The afterlife of good ideas

I posted a piece on PEM’s blog about a project I worked on in 2013 that has been enjoying a remarkable resurgence. Check it out… 34 more words

Thinking Tools

Progress Report // 9.3

Homework is starting to pile up.

I’m procrastinating a lot – though that is not much of a surprise. It doesn’t really help that this week I was assigned a VLOG on viral videos, which took me on a trip down memory lane. 55 more words


Progress Report // 8.27

This week I started my first Junior semester at Middle Tennessee State University.

I’m involved in a lot of great classes, in which I am getting an opportunity to try a lot of new things. 63 more words