Monthly Archives: January 2016

PC = Political Correctness

Being on social media is a head trip like no other. You get into people’s heads quickly on a variety of meaningful, as well as meaningless topics. There’s a lot to be learned about human nature in 140 characters or … Continue reading

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Experimenting: The most beautiful thing about creating something

By definition an artist is not a follower. Artists are trendsetters who color outside the lines and raise the evolutionary bar. Trendsetting artists create messages that allow their followers to think and to dream about their own lives and aspirations. … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Traditional and Digital Media

In its prime traditional media was a Biblical force. There was little reason to question it. Very few did. There was little reason to ignore headlines. They were powerful and academic. There was an absolute authoritative voice behind the investigative … Continue reading

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