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Now Providing Creative and Technical Services through Thumbtack

Thumbtack

I recently stumbled onto and signed up for an account on the site Thumbtack.com as a service provider, where I have posted an abridged version of my portfolio and my service offerings. So far, I’ve received over 10 quote requests from potential clients in less that 36 hours, so I am definitely impressed by Thumbtack’s […]

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The Responsibility We Take on As Storytellers

I have been thinking a lot about what it means to be a storyteller, and the importance of this role since the dawn of time. Many quotes come to mind not the least of which include: History is written by the victors. But more importantly is the idea that this is fallible and tainted, as […]

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The Role of Transmedia Storytelling for Affecting Change Toward Equality and Human Rights

Blog Action Day 2013 Human Rights

Transmedia Storytelling gives us, as authors and content creators, not only the ability to create engaging entertainment properties that cross platforms and media, engaging audiences and creating, in best case scenarios, participatory storytelling, but also can be used as a methodology employed for good – specifically for the fight for human rights. In order to […]

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What I’ve been Up to Since I’ve Sucked at Blogging…

Annenberg Innovation Lab CRUNCH hackathon

Since I’ve been slacking on blogging for quite some time, I’ve decided to do a quick post to validate myself by giving you all a load of excuses…however I see them as legit and hopefully you will too. I’ve been up to a lot, especially this last month… 1. Wyrd Con IV This was my […]

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Witchfactory Makes the Move to Downtown LA!

This entry is reposted from the Witchfactory blog, because I’m too busy and/or lazy to rewrite content that is redundant. View the original post on Witchfactory site. Remember the 4th of July, when most of you were bar-b-queuing in your backyards, watching fireworks, and drinking Budweiser out of cans? While most of you stateside folks […]

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