Monthly Archives: February 2011

Revolution in Egypt: the power of the people met with the power of the internet.

PBS just aired a Frontline special outlining the recent events in Egypt, showing intense images of police brutality and the unbelievable passion of the people. The people of Egypt overthrew their leader in a matter of days. This demonstrates how … Continue reading

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Tv News Reporting Vs. Print News Reporting

CNN news covered the devastation from Christchurch, New Zealand from a 6.3 magnitude earthquake on Tues. They interviewed a witness to the scene who broke down and explained the terrifying natural disaster. As the witness spoke, you could hear the … Continue reading

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Bernie Boston’s “Flower Power”

Bernie Boston captured this incredible historic image at a protest march at the Penatagon October 21, 1967. The boy’s name is George Harris, an 18 year old aspiring actor. In this photo he sticks carnations into the barrel of rifles … Continue reading

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Lou Grant

So I just finished watching Lou Grant episodes 1 and 9 for class and I have to say I was pretty surprised with how sucked in I was. I had heard of the show before I watched it but never … Continue reading

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