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Uncovering Burma: Parts 3 and 4

Author’s Note: We cycled through Burma for five weeks. The following 10 part series is our account of how recent political changes in this historically isolated country are affecting the lives of its everyday citizens.  Part 3: Off-Roading on Burmese … Continue reading

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Uncovering Burma: Parts 1 and 2

Author’s Note: We cycled through Burma for five weeks. The following 10 part series is our account of how recent political changes in this historically isolated country are affecting the lives of its everyday citizens.  Part 1: The Anime Convention … Continue reading

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The True Cost of a Photograph

Everyone has a camera nowadays.  Even if you don’t want one and never use it, it’s on your smartphone.  If you are travelling, then you at least have a point and shoot. If you’re an avid photographer, then you spent … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Time Crunch

From the beginning, this project has had to overcome the conflict of having two goals, two bottom lines that would oft refuse to go in the same direction.  We have always wanted to have our cake and eat it too: … Continue reading

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The Secret to a Good Story

We took our first real foray into investigative journalism in Romania, where we spent a month writing our first feature story about the education of the gypsies. The piece came out jam packed with information and horribly boring.  It read … Continue reading

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