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Sometimes it’s best to kill two birds with one stone. No, I’m not condoning killing birds. While taking a gentle walk through your new neighborhood, heading a few blocks to a local cafe or coffee shop, take along your camera. Not your cellphone version, but your DSLR. Granted you may need coffee to get things […]
The most ignored destructive force in the United States is its mindset of violence. It's about to get worse.
Three hours in the afternoon of 30 August 2009 at Charles de Brouckère Square in Brussels, Belgium.
Having been a professional broadcaster for 10 years, it was a no-brainer when back in 2013 there was a call to be the Voice of NPR. Who could resist? So, with required scripts in hand, I cranked out the following demos. Of course, I was not the one selected, though it was encouraging to have […]
One way to combat many forms of plagiarism is to recognize several things upfront regarding the academic researcher.
Journalist Credibility and the Fourth Estate I’m all for forgiving someone and restoring that person to a forgiven status so that the person might be grateful and able to successfully move forward. Yet, admittedly, after having seriously forgiven someone, at times, I have moved forward with some distrust, slightly wary, unable to truly forget. Again, […]