Digital Marketing

The 10 best podcasts for journalists in 2016

It’s no secret that the podcasting world has seen a great renaissance in 2015. Downloading your favorite podcast to take anywhere on your smartphone or tablet has never been easier. Podcasts are an indispensable journalistic resource and will be increasingly so in 2016. The modern journalist simply needs to keep abreast of the devices, software, and trends that shape today’s…

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Pain walks with me

Pain is the way our soul expresses need. This raw emotion is complex and simple at the same time. Simple because it is innate and human. Everyone will experience it at some point in their lives. Pain becomes complex as it works its way deep into our hearts and souls, changing who we were and challenging us to emerge as…

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Legal Law

The future of law school

I grew up in the 1980s when it seemed like everyone wanted to be a LA Law lawyer. The 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s (through 2007) were the era of Big Law when the promise of a $ 100,000 to $ 160,000 salary was apparently extended to anyone who graduated from one of the top 20 schools and many people who…

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Search and Rescue Dogs: Everyday Heroes

Dogs have been our companions for thousands of years. For hundreds of years, they have been even more than that. We have long taken advantage of the keen senses of smell, the willingness to work for us, and the loyalty of dogs to help us when we get lost. Dogs love to work and are willing to do it for…

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Philadelphia Flyers – Setting records is just beautiful!

In a recent game, The Flyers showed the NBC television audience, as well as many fans across the country, what the rest of the NHL has experienced throughout the entire season and that is that this team is extremely dangerous when is understaffed, who would have thought? Team captain Mike Richards just set a modern-day NHL record by becoming the…

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