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Crossing the Digital Divide at UT Arlington

Posted on August 23, 2012 · Posted in College

Last week was my first week of classes here at the University of Texas at Arlington but in the weeks before that first day I have been busy researching how I might use technology to keep me organized and informed while on campus. I’ve been told going to college is..
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A New Chapter for My Passion

Posted on August 17, 2012 · Posted in College

If you havent figured it out yet from the image above I have enrolled at University of Texas at Arlington. With a goal to achieve a BA or BS in Urban Planning and Environmental Design. To some of my friends that may sound like something out of left field but..
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The Big City and My Ford Fiesta

Posted on May 23, 2011 · Posted in Technology

love living in a big urban area like Dallas, but one of the most dis-pleasurable things for me personally is parking the big cars us Texans are known for. If Big Hair is what Dallas is known for around the world, big Trucks and SUV’s is almost just as synonymous..
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Spark Club July

2 August events in Dallas to check out

Posted on July 20, 2010 · Posted in Events

[dropcap2]I[/dropcap2] am a man of the city if you haven’t guessed it already whether by meeting me in person or by trying to follow my Gowalla stream (gowalla.com/williamedia). Every month I spend countless hours running around town attending events that I enjoy that also expose me to something new. This..
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Mind of Its Own Trailer – Its a Local Movie

Posted on June 2, 2010 · Posted in Culture

[dropcap2]W[/dropcap2]hen it comes to fresh produce these days popular culture tells us local is better, like Farmers Market fresh. How about movies though, cinema is traditionally passed down from the chosen Hollywood mountain top like an American Mount Olympus.

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Condition:Human – Watch this

Posted on May 17, 2010 · Posted in Culture

[dropcap2]A[/dropcap2]bout a year ago I was wasting away one of those cool Texas evenings on the always stimulating Vimeo.com/HD Channel. If you love internet video this is where premium HD content lives and breaths. On that evening I ran into this Canadian northern jewel of a production company with its new project trailer entitled condition:human.

Found Object Art sponsored by La Reunion, TX

Posted on May 12, 2010 · Posted in Culture, Events

ome take old stuff and make it functional again others tap into that primal creative talent and produce interesting sculpture, both are valid efforts in this world. Recently I went to the La Reunion sponsored event at the Nasher Sculpture Center on Saturday to view some of that very kind..
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Web Therapy Online in 3 Minutes

Posted on May 2, 2010 · Posted in Culture

would like to introduce you to a new show Web Therapy out of LStudio.com. I discovered it after recently voting for cnettv.cnet.com in the webby awards. It already has three seasons so apparently its just new to me. Lisa Kudrow takes on the main role as a budding internet entrepreneur lending her therapeutic..
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Trinity River Toll Road Modification

Posted on April 29, 2010 · Posted in Culture

ack in the day when Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert and Angela Hunt were debating against a Toll road in the Trinity River Floodway the Dallas Morning News(DallasNews.com) put out a artists rendering of what the proposed highway would look like. Well I noticed the rendering was missing many of the..
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PodCamp AZ 2007 Ad

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PodCamp attendee and internet queen iJustine(http://ijustine.com/) held a contest leading up to the 2007 PodCamp in Arizona where the winning entry would be used in the web based ad campaign to promote the event, this was my submission.