Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Face Inside

Picture this. A crumbling concrete building, twisted iron bars hanging off the side, broken bricks piled all around, a cracked sidewalk out front, and graffiti staining the surrounding urban canvas.  An elderly woman sits inside.  This is her slum.  Her … Continue reading

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Be Like the Rain

Duane Noriyuki, a former LA Times reporter, explained to a room of around 30 New Media Communications students at Oregon State University that their future job working in media was to be like the rain. “The rain does not choose … Continue reading

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The Pink Blackberry

Constantly connected, constantly communicating, constantly being fed information…this is our life.  It never ends. Here are a couple recent examples of how this flow of content has impacted the world of social reform… One Example: There has been non-stop coverage … Continue reading

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