My name and face on a Times Square e-billboard! That’s not something I ever expected. Click on the photo to see a transcript of the webchat. In my webchat, “Intro to DIY Mobile Journalism,” I explain how to use a smartphone to collect soundbites, nat sound, video clips, B-Roll, and offer tips on which apps… Read More One of the perks of being on a ProfNet #ConnectChat
Below are highlights of the work done by students who participated in the American Indian Journalism Institute in June. We worked long hours for 10 straight days, but it was fun. It was amazing to watch how quickly these energetic budding journalists took to creating video packages. AIJI has been helping young people realize their dream… Read More American Indian Journalism Institute 2012
I’m so tired about bloggers blogging about the pending death of blogging. There are so many bloggers now that bloggers can blog about the best blogs on the web, and there will be readers for THAT. But, seriously, isn’t it ironic that bloggers are writing about this, considering that 26 million more blogs were created… Read More Blogging will never die
When I became a vegan in early January, several friends warned me to be wary of soy products. My doctor, however, told me I had nothing to worry about. But more than a month later, I began feeling tired. On a particularly lethargic day, I happened to see my gynecologist, who told me to immediately… Read More My vegan experiment is over (No soy una pendeja!)
Please read my blog entry on the Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cindy-rodr/what-america-can-learn-fr_b_354259.html Add a comment as well. Thanks so much!
I am completely obsessed with Michael Jackson. Since his death, all I listen to his music. Even if my iTunes is off, I am singing his songs aloud. Every day, a different song becomes the soundtrack to my day. Today, it’s “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.” Thursday, it took a few hours for it… Read More Never can say goodbye
All you Che lovers who weren’t even born when the revolution went down, but are still idealistic enough to dream about economic parity in the Americas: Guess what? The “revolución”, which has been mass marketed, is now being repackaged with the face of Che’s niece, Lydia Guevara. Here she is in a PETA ad, speaking… Read More ¿Que viva cual revolución?