Chasing Content – Best of Last June

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As we start off this new month, let`s take a moment to look back at the month that was.

Today we stroll down the Silent Cacophony highway and take the “June 2010” exit for the monthly feature I call “Chasing Content.”

You can read all of the posts from last June or just these gems,

Christine Nesbitt – It was a honour to meet Gold Medal Olympic Athlete Christine Nesbitt. I absolutely loved watching her win at the 2010 Winter Games held in Vancouver. I was able to do a quick interview with her at the homecoming celebration the City of London, Ontario held for all of our athletes. You can read the article and download the podcast for free.

The Freedom of an Open Door – A very short story I wrote. It’s a bit sad, just warning you.

Lissa Monet – She was awarded Female DJ of the Year at the Stylus Awards 2010 and we were there to cover the whole event for DOPEfm. Last night, she took home that same honour for the second consecutive year. She also nabbed a trophy for mixtape of the year. Way to  go Lissa!

Stylus DJ Awards – Here is the complete coverage that Daddy J and myself did for our hip-hop radio show, DOPEfm. You can look forward to coverage from the 2011 Stylus DJ Awards on our show this weekend and on the blog here next week.

The Illusion of Permanence Online – I have had a few of my favourite websites go down unexpectedly and in the process have lost access to some great resources. The key point here is that if you find a great resource online, you have to save it somehow. Either print it off, or save it as a file on your computer and on a thumbdrive.

Colour Wheel Lesson – Here’s a great resource that used to be readily available online. I’m glad I printed this lesson off years ago so I could share it as part of my Teaching Tip Tuesday series.

As always, I`d love to hear your comments on this or any of my posts.

Thanks for Chasing Content with me!