Sunday, December 12, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 12 December 10

Sister Feng in New York City! (more below...)

It's that time of year when Pop Culture most remembers THE BEATLES ::: this is the month they went viral in the USA (I'll be posting on this during the week- you won't want to miss it!) and also the month John Lennon was killed.

Do we need local teevee news at 0430? CBS6 starts it Monday. I think it's a great idea! I'm up at 0430, and catching up with news and weather at that time is perfect for me! This will definitely get me off to a better start, so when I'm out on my morning run, I'll be able to frame up a few story ideas. Usually I rely on radio news, because I have no time to WATCH anything between 0600-0700!

Sister Feng’s New York Job Interview With Sinovision - Chinese internet celebrity Sister Feng interviews for a job with Sinovision, an American Chinese-language television station ::: "The news director that interviewed her praised Luo Yufeng as not being the way China’s media publicized her as being but rather an independent-thinking, frank and sincere, clear-eyed, and quick-thinking person." Fauna has posted background videos as well as translationss of Sister Feng’s latest [Sina Weibo] microblog messages!

Last Tuesday, the students at I.S. 192 in Queens, NY got a visit from Fabolous for the New York After-School All-Stars (ASASNY) program. Loso spoke to the students on proper internet usage on social networking sites like Facebook & Myspace.

Here is a poem about Jerusalem.

Dragonblogger ::: 14 Reliable Alternatives to Google Adsense

Do you really want to waste your time with Adsense, etc? Here's where the money is! A Newbie's Guide to Publishing :::The Bestseller Shift - In just a week, Amanda Hocking has sold over 10,000 ebooks. Who is Amanda Hocking? She's a self-published paranormal romance author. Check out her blog.

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