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  • How Do We Keep Up?

      In a world that is constantly changing, how do we keep up?  Especially in a field such as digital media, how do you make sure that you don’t become obsolete within…

  • You Wouldn’t Steal a Handbag

    Chances are, if you are a young adult between the ages 16 and 28 (give or take a few years), you have probably illegally downloaded something in your lifetime. In fact, in…

  • Top 5 Futuristic Video Tech

    Since the first video camera was introduced way back at the end of the 19th century, it has evolved and reformed so much that cameras from then and now don’t even seem…

  • Learn Warp Stabilizer

    One of the Premiere Pro plug-ins I use most often is probably the warp stabilizer. It is a great tool to use in order to make shaky video clips more stabile through…

  • Somebody’s Watching Me

    Before reading this blog, I must ask that you you begin listening to the song posted below. Once the song starts playing, please continue on: Now that you are in the proper…

  • In Search of: Relationships

    According to Pew Research Center, 1 in 10 Americans use an online dating platform. One estimate has shown that there are over 2,500 dating sites in the U.S and that number continues to…

  • You Won’t Believe What I Wrote About…

    When was the last time you read anything out of a newspaper, or even bought or picked up a newspaper for that matter? I can’t even remember the last time I saw…

  • Dreams

    Once you become a senior in college, everyone loves to ask you, “What are you going to do once you graduate?” It’s like the grown up version of asking someone want they…

  • Christian Media: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

    Since the beginning of Christianity, art has played a huge role in shaping Christian culture. Beautiful murals, songs, books, and poems all written about faith and Christ. Unfortunately in recent years (recent…

  • Failure is an Option

    American culture is so wrapped up in success that even the smallest failures are ridiculed or looked down upon.  From the beginning of elementary school the idea that failure is not an…