Monthly Archives: April 2011

pro-bono Marketing

I’ve thought about the idea of “pro-bono marketing” recently. Basically, just like pro-bono legal services, it involves providing one’s advocational skills to clients on the basis of “the public good”, and just like pro-bono medical services, they provide means of

pro-bono Marketing

I’ve thought about the idea of “pro-bono marketing” recently. Basically, just like pro-bono legal services, it involves providing one’s advocational skills to clients on the basis of “the public good”, and just like pro-bono medical services, they provide means of

New Media, Personalities and Permanent Campaigns

Much has been made about perpetual or permanent campaigns since Patrick Caddell first proposed the idea for the Carter administration in 1976; Sidney Blumenthal would coin the term and flesh out the concept in his 1980 book “The Permanent Campaign”,

New Media, Personalities and Permanent Campaigns

Much has been made about perpetual or permanent campaigns since Patrick Caddell first proposed the idea for the Carter administration in 1976; Sidney Blumenthal would coin the term and flesh out the concept in his 1980 book “The Permanent Campaign”,

Specialty fragmentation of microblogging: Possible?

From the beginning of blogging in the late 1990s with LiveJournal, Blogger and other services, the trend toward fragmentation by niche specialization began to slowly progress, with many bloggers coming to form communities of bloggers around specific causes or identities.

Specialty fragmentation of microblogging: Possible?

From the beginning of blogging in the late 1990s with LiveJournal, Blogger and other services, the trend toward fragmentation by niche specialization began to slowly progress, with many bloggers coming to form communities of bloggers around specific causes or identities.

New portfolio project added

I just finished my last video of the 2010-2011 school year, in which I covered the 2011 Health Expo held on the Warner Robins campus.

New portfolio project added

I just finished my last video of the 2010-2011 school year, in which I covered the 2011 Health Expo held on the Warner Robins campus.

The “dislike” button: further ruminations

ReadWriteWeb posted an editorial piece on why the “dislike” button is not coming to Facebook. I can see the author’s point about how the button could have adverse effects upon brands (I’m assuming the “Ripoff Report” sort of effect, in

The “dislike” button: further ruminations

ReadWriteWeb posted an editorial piece on why the “dislike” button is not coming to Facebook. I can see the author’s point about how the button could have adverse effects upon brands (I’m assuming the “Ripoff Report” sort of effect, in

Can drama be “video-clippable”?

From the beginning of the cinematic industry in the late 19th century, the general length of a complete cinematic storyline has changed. Progressing from the longer-form theatre films which, after the landmark films of D.W. Griffith, became the norm for

Can drama be “video-clippable”?

From the beginning of the cinematic industry in the late 19th century, the general length of a complete cinematic storyline has changed. Progressing from the longer-form theatre films which, after the landmark films of D.W. Griffith, became the norm for

Thoughts on video editing

When I started my Journalism class this Spring semester, I did not anticipate the complexities, or the range of emotions which one can feel when creating and perfecting a video project. It was not easy, as I had to learn

Thoughts on video editing

When I started my Journalism class this Spring semester, I did not anticipate the complexities, or the range of emotions which one can feel when creating and perfecting a video project. It was not easy, as I had to learn