Joshua Lockhart is an okay web video producer and a slightly above mediocre writer of online content. You can fawn over his work here: email@example.com
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If you’re just getting into the editing game, you may be confused as to what to do with the many millions of clips you have… well, we’re here to help.
Sending custom gifts will never get old, so we’ve put together a list of a few sites for you. From simple stickers all the way to custom 3D models, we’ve got you covered.
Our world is full of big screens and small screens, but the question is this: how do we optimize messages for the small screen? Here are seven tips to keep things clear, concise, and civil.
Humor – oh, dearest humor. Without it, life would be much more dull, and the basic human function of laughter would be absolutely useless. How boring that world would be!
There is a smart way to argue constructively online. Take the help of these five concepts and bring your best words and best behavior to the table. Increase the value of your online arguments.
Perhaps a runaway elephant stepped on your recently dropped phone in a parking lot adjacent to the local zoo.
Take a long hard look at how you watch your shows and listen to your music — are you paying for any of these services that are paid for and you happen to be borrowing?
The Lyft service, which utilizes normal drivers in their personal cars with easily identifiable gigantic pink mustaches on their front bumpers, is growing as users are taking both the time to ride and drive.
With any business, communication is key. However, communication doesn’t have to be all memos and emails – why not make it a little more interesting? Try using Snapchat for work!
With tools like 120fps frame rates on the iPhone 5s, action-packed GoPros, and even Google Glass, it’s becoming clearer that our personal lives will not only be documented with photos, but with video.
With The Onion’s new satirical publication, Clickhole, the social webs have finally taken a good look in the mirror. If you were unconscious to click bait, it’s time you woke up.
Thanks to the Internet, we work where we want to, when we want to, and how we want to.
Spielberg crashed his toy trains. Michael Bay blew his toy trains up. Either way, people who grow up and become multi-million-dollar directors all started when they were just kids.
An angry online sentence can ruin a perfectly good day. It can do more than that by bruising egos and damaging careers. Our communication should be more intentional and polite. Here are five tips.
When using Tinder, it’s just as important to know what NOT to do.