Monthly Archives: April 2011

Free

This blog is all about authentic fullness of expression. Here is a piece of poetry that I have put together. Hope you enjoy. It is entitled: Free. He saved me My mess tried to pull me back in my old … Continue reading

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Show 8 on Raw TV 2010

I absolutely enjoyed the show with Ben Dunn and his wife. Their noble service inspired me much. To see that they actually minister to people one on one is amazing. I thought that their interview was also very clear and … Continue reading

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Raw Tv show: homosexuality

I though it would be interesting to share my involvment with Raw Tv from last year. On the third show there was an episode that was talking about homosexuality. I have to admit, it was a tremendous success in my … Continue reading

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PR Open Mic? What for?

It seems to me that PR OpenMic has a lot to offer to PR students because of its width variety of resources regarding public relations. One of the ways which it can benefit PR students is by being able to … Continue reading

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Podcasting

One thing that I am grateful for this semester is to have learned how to do a podcast. The concept of podcasting was completely foreign to me and then I realized how uncomplicated it was. Even how interesting it was! … Continue reading

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Foursquare? What is that?

At first, I was thinking to myself what’s the point? Everyone will know where you are and there could even be some stalker benefiting from this. I am talking about Foursquare. The idea of having to check in on a … Continue reading

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“Social media: Friends or Foe”

Okay first off, I have to say that the way they formulated this podcast was pretty original. Having a employer push back for answers in order to know why blogging is important for his company is pretty clever. The interaction … Continue reading

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