Blogs I Follow
- I Want To Be A Voice Actor!
- The Return of the Modern Philosopher
- Unbound Boxes Limping Gods
- International Bellhop Travel Magazine
- Fluff & Nonsense
- Art Attack
- Listful Thinking
- Big Jew on a Diet
- Postcard Cafe
- Being Margaret
- LEANNE COLE
- Stuff My Brain Thinks
- My bag of pixels
- NOTHING FOUND
- Jen Spectacular Industries
- BECKY SAYS THINGS
- How my heart speaks
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Category Archives: Journalistic Practice
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‘It’s hard to talk about the sad memories; of watching someone bright, articulate and loved disappear in front of you and bringing those memories to the fore is difficult when all you really want to remember are the times filled … Continue reading
Penny farthings? Fascinated that people rode around on these. How do you mount them?! On a student budget and my inability to drive, it becomes difficult to find things to do as a student that don’t involve Jaeger bombs. My … Continue reading
1. The little things that crack a smile I can say that I want to be a journalist because I want to write, but there’s more to it then going through the motions of interviewing, recording and writing. A thing … Continue reading
TThis is a picture I took in college and I’ve always loved the detail. Anyway, this is my first post in a while, but I’m back. The thing I wanted to discuss was medicine, and in particular diabetes. I noticed … Continue reading
William Howard Russell was one of the first journalists that worked in the style of objectivity and was one of the first to go against the grain by sending detailed letters home telling the truth of the Crimean war, in … Continue reading
James Creelman was a journalist who practiced in an advocate style. Considering himself as a ‘yellow journalist’, he saw the yellow press as an optimistic and civilized force, helping to form public events. He expressed opinion and emotion and took … Continue reading