“I don’t want to tell anybody. Tell your parents, tell your sister. Nobody else.”
My wife had been adamant from the moment we had heard from the Make-A-Wish Foundation that our application had been approved and Sereen was going to get a wish granted. The Oncologist had encouraged us to do it…
Seriously, though, last year was a parade of remarkable films; that’s not something you would conclude from these nominations.
War Horse???? It’s ET with a horse. Horse runs home.
Midnight in Paris? It’s a postcard extended to two hours.
Social Media Breakfast #43 speakers ready to roll today. David Brauer taking a pic of me taking a pic!
Happy Holidays from the USASearch Team!
We’re happy to let you know more about our on-demand indexing features. You can now let us know where your new content lives (by submitting your new URLs, RSS feeds, or sitemaps), and we’ll immediately display it on your results pages. You’ve been asking…
According to BGR, the iPhone 5 is scheduled to launch in Fall 2012. So what does this mean for the publishing industry? It means there are going to be a lot of iPhone 5 articles coming out over the next 9 months, assuming that’s when the product will actually launch. This is great news for…
Committing Semi-Random Acts Pf Journalism At A Polling Place Rally (Taken with instagram)
By Connor Simpson
If you follow any of your student councillors on Twitter, you should be at least vaguely aware that Sunday’s council meeting was exciting (for a change). There sure was a lot of hullaballoo on the internet! The week leading up to it had students speaking out on Facebook and asking all sorts of questions. They all seemed jazzed with the result, and there was even some “electricity” surrounding the meeting, so we’ve decided to explain what exactly went down. Some of it is important (some of it’s not).
Last week a collection of students (and some councillors) decided to start a Facebook campaign advocating that the Student Union’s budget be made available to the public, or at least accessible to UPEI students. There was a call-to-arms Facebook status being copied and pasted around UPEI students walls that gathered a few likes and comments of support. It read:
$700 of your dollars will go to the UPEISU over four years. Do you think that the SU budget should be accessible to the students and be able to see how they’re spending your money? Post this if you are concerned about SU finances.
The rub: the budget was already available to any curious UPEI student who was curious enough to actually ask to see it. If you were to go to the VP Finance’s office, whoever was acting in the position would gladly walk you through it. There were vague plans for accessibility to come up in an SU meeting before this people’s revolution (we’re told), but the Facebook campaign pushed it to the forefront of everyone’s mind. (That some councillors posted this to their status without knowing the official policy is…)
It’s January 14th and I’m at the beach.
I love California.