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Social Media Interaction

I have been working on a project with four other group members this semester and we have been basing our work around the organization VH1 Save the Music Foundation.  This is the awesome non-profit I posted about previously.  We decided to create a social media campaign for them and have done some great work.  I worked specifically on the YouTube and Flickr sections as well as creating the videos that are hyperlinked in this pdf.  Please check it out.

STM Plan

Everyone that is a part of social media whether it is Facebook, Twitter or something else has to interact in some sort of way.  The way that each individual interacts is specific to them and reflects a persons attitude.  Here is a video that I put together to exemplify the different criteria for interaction within social media.


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Posted by on December 13, 2011 in Uncategorized


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VH1 Save The Music Foundation

This is a non-profit foundation founded in 1997 as a public affairs initiative of the VH1 network.  The Foundation’s core mission is to restore instrumental music education programs, ensuring that every child has access to a complete education that includes the benefits of music instruction.

VH1 chooses ambassadors each year to represent the foundation here is a list of some of them: Vanessa Carlton, Matthew Morrison, Lupe Fiasco, Katy Perry, Gavin Rossdale, Jordin Sparks, A.J. McLean.

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Posted by on December 11, 2011 in Uncategorized


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Ryan Leslie

This is one of my favorite Artist/Producers.  It seems anything he does sounds good or has some new interesting hook that makes me listen to it incessantly.  I draw a great amount of inspiration from his work and just straight up enjoy watching his creative process.  Here is free publicity for you R Les.

This is one of his newest works titled “Fly Together”.  Enjoy

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Posted by on December 4, 2011 in Uncategorized


Finding Your Pie

There is a large world of pizzas out there, but when you find your favorite… you know.  The first time I bit into a Hawaiian pizza (ham, pineapple, cheese, sauce) I knew it was for me.  We just connected on a level that is unexplainable and have been smitten by each other since.

Finding a pizza that meshes with your pallet is harder than you think simply because the vast amount of combinations that can be put together.  The easiest way to start tracking down your soulmate pizza is to break it down into four parts.


  • Thick, Thin, Stuffed, Deep Dish                  


  • Tomato, Marinara, Alfredo, Barbecue


  • Mozzarella, Monterey Jack, Feta, Asiago, Gorgonzola, Cheddar, Provolone, Parmesan, Romano


  • Meat: Pepperoni, Sausage, Chicken, Ham, Turkey
  • Veggies: Tomato, Onion, Bacon, Peppers, Sun-dried tomato, Spinach, Pine nuts, Pineapple, Mushroom, Olives, Macaroni

~Try different combinations of these to switch up your pizza life~  ENJOY!

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Posted by on November 20, 2011 in Uncategorized


Hot Sauce

When your favorite food has become mundane and bland… there is only one option…HOT SAUCE!  Spice is a part of life as well as the culinary world and its works essentially the same when applied to either.

If your life is boring and you need something to break the monotony then maybe an impromptu vacation will do.  Change is the most basic form of spice.  It breaks the norm and can open a new world of thought and imagination… bet you never thought hot sauce could be so profound. Here is a list from a fellow sauce lover at

10. Melinda’s Habanero Mango Sauce

Perfect combination of sweet and spicy, Melinda’s Habanero Mango sauce is a great introduction to hot sauces! The brand has an amazing variety of sauces to try as well.

9. Blair’s Original Death Sauce

This is HOT and not for the faint of heart. Death Sauce will definitely get your heart racing!

8. Sambal Oelek

Normally used as a condiment, sambal oelek is based on chili and is popular in Indonesia. Served alongside rice, chutneys and breads, this is a sauce that makes food hot, but not too hot. Look for it in the imported foods section of your grocery store, or a gourmet foods store.

7. La Costena Green Sauce

Made from green chilis, La Costena Green Sauce will spice up your dishes with a layered flavor of roasted peppers and garlic.

6. Valentina

With a citrus flavor that is predominant, much more than the spice, Valentina is a sauce for when you want a slight heat but more flavor!

5. Tabasco Sauce

A classic sauce on every table, Tabasco will impart your food with smokiness and some heat, but nothing too blasting.

4. Frank’s Red Hot

Nothing says grilling and wings more the Frank’s Red Hot Sauces. They come in a variety of flavors and are great marinades and as finishing sauces on the grill, especially for those unusual grill offerings, like squash and eggs.

3. Tapatio Picante

In business since 1971, Tapatio sauce brought spice into American homes and will continue too. You can purchase it by the case or bottle.

2. Cholula

A balanced sauce of flavor and spice, Cholula has been in the US for the past 12 years. It’s great on sliders, pizza and wings!

1. Sriracha

There is even a book dedicated to this Asian hot sauce, where you can find 50 recipes to make everything from breakfast to drinks! Sriracha is one of the most popular sauces from Thailand and brought to the Western world to share the hot sauce love!

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Posted by on November 8, 2011 in Uncategorized


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Here is an amazing app for any iOS device in Prezi form.

P.S. click the word Prezi

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Posted by on November 1, 2011 in Uncategorized


Last Minute Halloween Costume Ideas

Great last minute Halloween costume ideas from

  •  Carry a quarter and a hammer. What are you? A Quarter-pounder.
  • * Dress in pink and carry a feather. What are you? Tickled pink.
  • * Dress all in black, tie a shot glass around your neck. What are you? A shot in the dark!
  • * Wear all black and put a postage stamp (enlarged if possible) on your chest. What are you? Black mail.
  • * Wrap yourself in wrapping paper with a tag: “From: God, To: Women”. What are you? God’s gift to women.
  • * Attach suger-cubes (or candy) all over yourself. What are you? Sugar-Daddy or Sugar-Momma.
  • * Tie an old CD around your neck and carry a lighter. What are you? A CD burner? (DVDs work well too)
  • * Draw the letter C seven times on face and arms (use safe ink!). What is it? The Seven Seas.
  • * Get a small weight (e.g. dumbbell) and stare at it intently. What are you? Watching your weight
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Posted by on October 29, 2011 in Uncategorized