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Final Thoughts on Digital Communication

Advances in technology have provided a completely new medium for literacy. Personal computers and the Internet dramatically increased the amount of information that can be conveniently and quickly accessed. 680 more words

Reflections On Digital Communication


This week, spring bloomed here on the East Coast (at last!) and I had a flurry of conference calls with Hollywood folks (new project!). With Southern California and movies on my mind, I scrolled through the WordBowl archives to revisit a flash fiction piece inspired by a word suggestion from Los Angeleno(a?) Jan Ostergard, which I share with you below.  616 more words
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"End of the Line"

Check out our media from April’s Untitled event! The theme of the night was “End of the Line,” and we were at St@rtUp Harrisburg.

Listen to the podcast now. 66 more words


Airport Sleepers

For the longest time, all I ever really wanted to be was one of those people you see sleeping in airports. You know the ones–curled up into little balls, hoodies bunched up under their heads, scarves over their eyes, carry-ons looped protectively over one of their arms. 459 more words


Taking A Moment to Celebrate My Mom's Art of Storytelling 

My earliest memories are of my mother reading to me. She loved reading. She was fast. She was versatile. She could read and cook, eat dinner, virtually anything she could do with a book in her hand. 480 more words

A Life In Pictures

What would I consider to be my most prized possession? That’s an interesting question. I’ve certainly got a fair number of possessions, mostly objects whose value doesn’t extend beyond the surface. 1,609 more words


S9P1: Episode XXVIII – The Demise of Katherine

Following the death of Mihai, Katherine felt as if her heart had been ripped from her bosom.

All she could think of these days was how much she and Mihai had been through in their lifetimes and how much she missed him. 151 more words

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