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Storytelling with Data Visualization

I had the pleasure of attending a Guardian Masterclass in London — one specifically about Data Visualization for journalists, designers and marketers. Presented by both an editorial director and an art director, it covered both the story and the graphic design aspects, and the core theme of the course addressed a simple question – does your data tell a story and can you visualize it? 16 more words

Social Media, SMO

Essential Oil Guide: FAQ and Getting Started

I feel like there is so much to share about essential oils (EO) that I don’t really know where to start. In this little post I will try to address some FAQ and then give you a quicky guide to getting started!   485 more words


Very Very Gaming Show - Episode 9

We’re back with a new episode. Adrian returns to the age old debate: story or gameplay? He argues that shooters, shmups and rail shooters like Soukyugurentai aka Terra Diver, the Panzer Dragoon series, Rez, Axelay, etc etc have a certain magic all their own that transcends narrative. 148 more words


Stuck in a Book

I just finished listening to Joshilyn Jackson read her most recent novel, Someone Else’s Love Story, and I’m stuck in her voice. It has earwormed its way into my brain and will remain there, earnest and Southern and sweet. 499 more words

Chew On This! How palatable is your social media content?

The golden age of traditional marketing for restaurants and food industry businesses is quickly dissolving into the distance. Therefore, the industry and has started to embrace social media as a legitimate tool. 391 more words


The Old Man and The Boy - "An Angel Without Wings"

He was sitting on a bench just watching the ocean roll in and out.

A storm was brewing off the coast and as the sun began to set you could see the lightning display on the horizon. 5,246 more words

Being A Southerner

A Letter to my 18-Year-Old Self

Hey Luke,

You’re probably in a game of Halo 3, but put the controller down for a second. Your level 50 isn’t going anywhere. You aren’t that bad, despite what professional gamers will tell you. 439 more words