Previously on WhatWouldWesleyDo: Biding more time
Because it’s a holiday and I don’t like working on holidays I will be brief. Check out my new blog Everyday Journalism, if you already haven’t.
I will post something new today about a provocative, riveting topic of my choice and you need to read it.
Also, we are still catching you up on the podcast so here is episode five:
Previously on WhatWouldWesleyDo: Back!!
I should be posting regularly so soon it hurts. Till then here’s another mega dated episode of the podcast…
Well wait, in the interest of branding, I’ll tell you about my new blog first. It’s a lot more focused, structured and sensical (and it’s for a grade) so I will have to post more frequently for that particular blog. It’s a journalism blog designed to explain reporting tips, journalism ideals and principles, and media interpretation, in order to help educate readers on what it is they are ingesting.
It seems like a pretty good undertaking, because I haven’t found anything exactly like it and apparently blogs can help people get jobs. Anyways, check it out: everydayjournalism.wordpress.com. It is boring and plain right now, but I’ll add some life to it as things smooth out.
What is colorful, fun and riveting is the podcast… make sure you hop on that ASAP, STAT and all those other quick acronyms: Read more…
Previously on WhatWouldWesleyDo: Podcast on hold, so how about a movie review?!
Through a series of events, including being laid off, I’ve ended up back in school as a journalism student at Eastern Kentucky University and am required to write a lot. I’ll refer you all to my blog for that when the time comes, but in the mean time, I’ll post here some so I can be non sequitur to life without anyone bothering me/being graded on it.
But we need to start with baby steps, so here’s episode three of the BSHU Alumni podcast. I’ll post one a day until we are caught up and in the meantime check me out on twitter along with my wonderful and diligent c-host @PopeSnogginheim. (That was an incredibly patronizing way to describe the Pope, but I’m not creative today).
Anyways, welcome back and here you go… a new (to you) podcast:
Previously on WhatWouldWesleyDo: Another Podcast down!
I’m almost there. Just wait. I’ll surprise you soon with something big. Until then, enjoy the blog and the podcast, whenever we get it back…
Long story short, @PopeSnogginheim and I are not very coordinated or forward thinking with a podcast and we have no more bandwidth to publish our musings. We will be back up by the end of the week, but in the meantime, we are dead — podcastically. We shall be resurrected, but in the mean time, I saw the movie Contraband.
More or less it was entertaining, but I wouldn’t guarantee you’ll enjoy it. Contraband‘s has good intentions are no match for the basket full of plot twists the movie tries to force into an hour and fifteen minutes. Trying to combine every movie of it’s genre into one is nice, but everyone is better served if a movie has only 18% ADD. Between that and how hard the movie tries to pack plot twists and a bunch of other crap into a little basket, it’s lacks the freshness of what it sets out to be.
Visually it’s pretty well done. I’m not a huge expert on cinematography, but some of the footage and angles are dope or something (*shots fired at hipster film fans*). Read more…
Previously on What Would Wesley Do: An outdated post about something nobody cared about in the first place that is now totally irrelevant eight months later
I’ve not blogged since May 2010… it’s December 2011. So what has happened in that time? I got an internship with the Courier-Journal, lost my job at the hospital that allowed me time to blog and write for the Kentucky Kernel, I stopped writing for the Kernel, and sold my soul to Amazon… sort of. Here’s the last thing I did before I went under:
^^^^That was a video me and my Chips Quinn classmates Marie and Sophia did as we were learning multimedia. The training was fun, interacting with my teammates was funner and having the knowledge is the illest thing ever… it helps me do stuff like this:
^^^^Hopefully you enjoy and hopefully I stay up on this blog thing.