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Go Your Own Way

Published on December 20, 2012 by in Columns

In last week’s column, I reflected on what television has become over the last decade—a trend that has become even more solidified in 2012.  With the rise of DVRs and streaming video-on-demand, we’re seeing a pronounced rise in serial dramas, shows with complex storylines and impeccably-developed characters.  As television shows are devoured, in many cases,

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The Bullies on the Bus

Published on June 28, 2012 by in Columns

It isn’t often that we see humanity at its worst and at its best in a 24-hour span.  When it happens, it makes news.  That’s exactly what happened last week to Karen Klein, a 68-year-old school bus monitor in Greece, New York. A 10-minute video hit YouTube last Wednesday.  It showed four male students, reportedly

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Kickstarting Success

Published on April 12, 2012 by in Columns

The internet has changed everything. Yeah, yeah, I know.  It isn’t exactly breaking news.  But this week, I’d like to share with you how the internet is helping artists to create their art, and how the internet has become a virtual fundraising tool—with sites like KickStarter.com and IndieGoGo.com. The same premise drives both sites.  Artists,

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