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New look, new posts

September 21, 2008

It’s been quiet around here lately, but it’s not due to me having a lack of things I want to say. It’s all down to time and energy, of which I have had little when it comes to blogging. It’s the classic bloggers dilemma, so there’s little to say on that.

I will say that I recently submitted the first draft for Media Makers: Graphic Guide Adventures #4 and I’m very happy with it so far. Writing about media literacy and media empowerment for kids is a difficult task – one I definitely underestimated when I started this project. But it’s getting there and I’m totally having a blast putting my media studies background into my writing. Will have more on that as it develops.

Another development, as you may have noticed, is a new look for my site. I’m kinda digging this look right now, but will continue tweaking it in the coming weeks. So, if you find something that’s broken, let me know and I’ll try to figure out what wire goes where.

Until then, I leave you with this in-depth report from the Onion on Disney’s new line of genetically engineered child stars. I, for one, am very excited. After the jump.


Disney Lab Unveils Its Latest Line Of Genetically Engineered Child Stars

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