Big Things in the Works

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I keep saying that I have a lot of big things going on, most of which I will only be able to reveal when the time is right.  Fortunately, this time around there are a few things that I can report on.  I just got back from training for the MTV Choose or Lose Street Team '08, and some of my photos were recently published in a local magazine, Dollars & Sense.

(Picture from Street Team '08 Platform) 

I'm still trying to iron out some of the details for how what I do with Street Team '08 is going to be incorporated into this blog, but you'll be able to observe my weekly reports and everything I do through my think.mtv.com profile.  In case you haven't seen it yet, the Boston Herald recently reported on what I'll be doing for MTV.

I'm a little bit ashamed of one of the quotes.  I said, "I'm going to be a one-man media outlet for Massachusetts youth".  I was trying to talk about how I'll be producing audio, visual, and written media for MTV, which is what is so cool about new media, but it just ended up coming off as arrogant, and complete against what new media is about, which is multiple voices and collective strength. 

That's it for now, but I'm probably going to compile all of the media reports about me at some point, and there will be a few more articles in future so stay on the look out.

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RickB said:

Dig the orange hair!

Gracias RickB. It's my natural hair color ;)

nezua said:

i hate that...i do that too. i get excited and end up saying stuff that echoes in my head for days! oh well. have to slooooooow down sometimes. its hard.

congrats on tus fotos!! thats killa, killa!

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