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How to Use Visual Storytelling to Connect Your Brand With New Audiences

FULL TEXT OF MY PR NEWS INTERVIEW: What are some of the most effective ways that PR execs can use visual storytelling right now? Embed visualization into the culture of … Continue reading

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How George Stephanopoulos helped me make a Clinton/Monica graphic for Newsweek

(That’s when I smiled… I was amused at George’s mechanical movements as he strutted down the imaginary hallway robotically moving his arms to indicate Clinton’s button collection.) Newsweek’s National News … Continue reading

June 1, 2012 · 2 Comments

My latest Huffington Post article talks about how we need five communication literacies to capture and hold people’s attention in a pretty communication-saturated world .

April 28, 2012 · Leave a comment

I’m teaching summer school! First time…

Download flyer: SOCIAL MEDIA JRN 492 WHAT YOU’LL LEARN LINK TO MORE INFORMATION AND LIFELONG EDUCATION FEES AND REGISTRATION

April 19, 2012 · Leave a comment

UPI, old technologies and my only Titanic graphic (not 100 years ago, but close! ;)

So, the Titanic sank 100 years ago, and it feels like that long ago since I made my only Titanic graphic! So much has changed in how we do them. … Continue reading

April 15, 2012 · 1 Comment

Do you tell stories the way you sing Karoke? Three things that can help.

So, if anyone can tell a story, what’s the big deal? Well, we can all sing, too, but have you every heard your buddies on karaoke night at your local … Continue reading

April 8, 2012 · Leave a comment

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  • Eleanor Parker Dead: 'Sound Of Music' Actress Dies At 91 December 10, 2013
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Eleanor Parker, who was nominated for Academy Awards three times for her portrayals of strong-willed women and played a scheming baroness in "The Sound of Music," has died at 91.Family friend Richard Gale said Parker died Monday morning due to complications from pneumonia. "She passed away peacefully, surrounded by her child […]
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  • Simply Three Makes 'The Christmas Song' Both Modern And Classical (VIDEO) December 10, 2013
    It's not unexpected that we get a multitude of submissions sent in to us here at The Huffington Post. What is unexpected, however, is this submission above performed by Simply Three that is simultaneously so modern and classical in its rendition of the iconic tune "The Christmas Song" and that is sure to fill you full of holiday spirit.Click p […]
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  • Senate Republicans Block More Obama Nominees December 10, 2013
    BY ALAN FRAM, THE ASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans blocked a batch of mostly minor nominations by President Barack Obama late Monday in the aftermath of last month's Democratic move weakening the minority party's traditional ability to block most presidential appointments.The action demonstrated that the GOP was intent on exacti […]
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  • NSA Spying Has Tech Companies Worried About Their Most Precious Thing December 10, 2013
    Big technology companies are seeing signs that the public's worries about government spying are a threat to their future profits, analysts say.These concerns haven't started to hit their bottom lines quite yet. But critical international growth, particularly for businesses selling cloud-based products, has become more challenging after the disclosu […]
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  • Nobel Prize-Winning Writers Say NSA Surveillance Power 'Is Being Systemically Abused' December 10, 2013
    Some of the world's most famous writers have signed an open appeal against the National Security Agency that says the U.S. government's mass surveillance chills freedom of thought.Nobel laureates Orhan Pamuk, J.M. Coetzee, Elfriede Jelinek, Günter Grass and Tomas Tranströmer are among hundreds of "writers against mass surveillance" worldw […]
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  • Antarctica Hit Record Cold Temperature So Ridiculously Low It Hurts Just Hearing About It December 10, 2013
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Feeling chilly? Here's cold comfort: You could be in East Antarctica which new data says set a record for soul-crushing cold.Try 135.8 degrees Fahrenheit below zero. Better yet, don't. That's so cold scientists say it hurts to breathe.Read More...
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  • Homophobic RNC Committee Member Accuses Gay Colleagues Of Manipulating Health Benefits December 10, 2013
    WASHINGTON -- An official associated with the Republican National Committee made head-turning comments at a GOP holiday party last week, accusing gay individuals of pushing health care reform because they die earlier in life. Speaking at Berrien County Republican Party Holiday Reception last Thursday, RNC Committee member Dave Agema said that while working w […]
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  • Aubrey Peters, Teen Hero, 16, Fatally Shot In Indiana Home December 10, 2013
    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A man was charged with reckless homicide Monday following the fatal shooting of an Indiana teenager hailed as a hero in 2010 when she helped save two children who fell into an icy reservoir.Aubrey Peters, 16, was pronounced dead at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis late Sunday, hours after she was shot in the chest inside a Nobles […]
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  • Netflix To Debut Mitt Romney Documentary December 10, 2013
    "Mitt," a documentary about former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney's (R) pursuit of the presidency in 2012, will debut on Netflix's subscription streaming service, according to the Hollywood Reporter.The film, set to be released January 24, follows Romney and his family from 2006, when he first decided to seek the Republican nomination […]
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  • Lauren Bush Lauren, FEED Projects CEO, Talks Ending World Hunger December 10, 2013
    Founded in 2007, FEED Projects is the vision of CEO Lauren Bush Lauren. While a student at Princeton University, Lauren traveled the world as the U.N. World Food Programme Student Ambassador witnessing the effects of world hunger firsthand. She came back to the U.S. inspired to take a leading role in the fight. She joined HuffPost Live to discuss her advocac […]
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