hello sorry im new to this. i was wondering how do i become able to post blogs on the film page. Ty
Technically I think anyone can post to the #film page. The tabs under the tagged film section has spots for “Featured,” “Popular” and “All” posts. The post under the “Featured” tab are the ones that editors of the section have promoted (posts that have the little blue tag at the bottom of them). The “Popular” tab are featured posts that have the most “notes” (reblogs and “likes”). The “All” section is just a collection of different posts that haven’t been tagged but pertain (at least somewhat) to the section. I can’t speak for all editors of the section but usually what I do is go to the #film page, click the “All” tab and browse what’s on there. When I see something original or different or something that just tickles my fancy I promote it. I assume your question is more along the lines of how can you get featured on the film page, to which I can only say keep posting original and exciting material that you come across or come up with and hope it gets seen. (Disclaimer: a lot of this answer persists of educated guesses)
I’ve lived in the Greater Cincinnati area my whole life, I’ve been to King’s Island countless times and I’ve ridden The Beast almost every time I’ve been. However, I never maid the time in my more formidable years to read these books. But, for under six dollars from Amazon, that is all gonna change. I may have slightly bigger plans for one or both of these books. Stay tuned.
What do you think is the best way to deal with the increasing number of under 13s using social networks like Facebook?
This is a tricky question to answer. Obviously social networks are not going anywhere and have been embraced by people of all types, including multiple age ranges. While those “types” do include children under 13, it also includes pervy adults who could abuse said networks in an attempt to gain access to potential victims. Not having any kids myself I’ve never really given much serious thought to the issue of how to “deal” with this and similar situations, but it only makes since for the parents or guardians of said children to get involved on a fundamental level. Just like I learned how to deal with the general public by watching my parents, following their example and branching out under their supervision, the internet needs to work in roughly the same way. Parents need to take an active interest in the sites their kids are visiting and what kind of material they are being exposed to, otherwise they really only have themselves to blame. Sure, kids will still “be kids” and venture outside of the specific boundaries their parents theoretically put in place, but that is where parents having face-to-face discussions with their children about the dangers of certain activities and what to do if faced with them would be a great benefit. Again, it’s a tricky question to answer because there is a lot of “lawlessness” still present on the internet (part of what makes it great, in my opinion), but strictly forbidding children to go online or join social networks isn’t the best answer either.
what's 1 goal you hope to accomplish this summer? :]
I realize I’m answering this kind of late but I actually have a few goals I hope to accomplish before summer’s end. None are really that big (catch up on the entire run of How I Met Your Mother, play through most of the Mario games I own, read a couple of books) except one that is kind of always a work in progress: write something. You see, I’m still in school, finishing up an English major and, while I’ve done plenty of writing in that endeavor, I’ve written ridiculously little personal projects. Right now I have a couple of shorts I want to write and hopefully shoot and post to the web in the near future but my main project has been a script idea I’ve had in my head for some time now. Initially this summer my plan was to have a working version of said script, a couple times revised, ready by the time classes started back up but have found myself hit with a large amount of laziness. If I can begin to get that cured up who knows. I still have a little under 2 months so hopefully I’ll make them count.
By: T.J. “where are you taking my bunny?” Mulligan
I think it is time for a personal confession: I don’t hate Michael Bay. Sure, from all of the interviews I’ve read and seen from him and all the comments I’ve heard him make he seems like a bit of a douche and I probably wouldn’t be fast…