UNDER CONSTRUCTION!

Hey, thanks for stopping by. This site has been down for a few years. I decided to revive it. I’m not going to have time to fix it up just yet so I”m going to let the 200 blog posts index with search engines in the meantime. I’m also not sure of exactly what I want to use this site for. You have any ideas?

3 Inspiring TED Talks for Start-Ups

I found an article while sifting through Read, Write, Web yesterday. It was a great selection of TED talks for aspiring leaders and start-up companies. I picked three out that are definitely worth your time. If you have never been to TED.com then I suggest you head over there after watching these videos…

Building Internet Communities With Effective Taglines

Building Internet Communities With Effective Taglines

It’s very exciting to plan, create, and maintain any internet community. For those of you who are just starting out, I am excited for you! It may be useful to keep in mind that most successful blogs and networks go through many phases and transformations before they start producing major results. For those of youContinue Reading

Artist Spotlight: Wahkiba Julion

Artist Spotlight: Wahkiba Julion

Hope for Haiti Benefit

Hope for Haiti Benefit

Nicole D’Alonzo, founder of Charity Moxie, hosts another amazing event. Supporters from all over the country gathered to raise funds for the continued rebuilding of Haiti. Check back often for more info on Nicole’s philanthropy…until then, CLICK HERE.

Suddenly Love

Suddenly Love

A must see blog…New Brunswick artist and community activist, Suzanne, takes you on a wonderful journey of her Rutgers and New Brunswick experiences. ¬†CLICK HERE FOR SUDDENLY LOVE

Smash

Smash

An amazing blog that will always have you coming back for more. Enjoy Ashley’s art, antics, and social media tips for driving traffic to your content. CLICK HERE FOR SMASH

moxieSHOP

moxieSHOP

CLICK HERE for moxieSHOP

Rutgers Future Scholars Program

Rutgers Future Scholars Program

________________________________________ CLICK HERE for the Rutgers Future Scholars Blog! [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL7Dk7qc5C0&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] “RFS Program Synopsis” “Each year, the Rutgers Future Scholars program introduces 200 first-generation, low-income and academically promising middle school students from school districts in our four Rutgers home communities of New Brunswick, Piscataway, Newark, and Camden to the promise and opportunities of a college education.Continue Reading

How the Internet Enables Democracy – Craig Newmark