The role of social media in the Arab Spring…

  Background: The “Arab Spring” in Tunisia, Egypt and elsewhere in the Mid-East heavily relied on the Internet, social media and technologies like Twitter, TwitPic, Facebook and YouTube in the early stages to… Continue reading

The Intern Diaries…. coming soon!

(AB)using Interns Everyday I am spotting a new ad for an organization seeking unpaid interns. (Especially on the number one media and entertainment source http://www.pedestrian.tv/jobs) I am not using my article to depict… Continue reading

Interview with blogger Alyssa Jones

We continually adjust to the world around us, that once childlike-innocence can quickly turn into ignorance if we don’t learn to keep up with the obstacles life throws us. Blogger and News Media… Continue reading

Morocco Journal

“How many camels for her?” the man said, thrusting his chin at my friend. We gasped. Clearly, we were not in Kansas anymore. Ah… Morocco. Singer Loreena Mckennitt once compared it to “a… Continue reading

Spirit of the Lake ⏆

Feast your eyes! When you put two implausible, creative minds together this is the result. Photographer Alexandra Valenti used her stellar vision to shoot Handmade Jewelry designers Leslie Crow’s new range. The stunning… Continue reading

Brian’s Class- 90’s remix final version

click here to listen to my remix 90’s remix

Tram Sessions proposal for Shant- ‘Live Music smooth rides for Melbourne commuters’

Jazz Draft for Mike

The Influence of Jazz “Hot can be cool, and cool can be hot, and each can be both. But hot or cool, man, jazz is jazz” – Louis Armstrong If we look beyond… Continue reading

The ”New” traveler… Facebook unveils 2012 ultimate travel destinations

It is that time of year when we began to plan our migration from Australia’s cold winter months to tropical paradise. Facebook status’s leak friends travel destinations and trip ideas which get our … Continue reading