What is Tout?
It’s a video-sharing platform that allows you to capture 15-second status updates that post through Twitter and Facebook.
It also allows you to pause the video and switch frames, so you don’t have to use an editor. Continue reading
We got a note from the students over at Central York High School that just made my day Friday.
Anywho, you can read it for yourselves.
A lot of them seemed SUPER enthused about getting out of the cubicle.
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I detest typical “Year in Review” posts:
“I GOT ENGAGED.”
“I HAD A BABY.”
“I BOUGHT A HOUSE.”
Yep, I’ve done none of said things. I’m still living in my awesome bachelorette pad apartment in York city. I don’t have a ring on it. And there certainly isn’t a fetus growing inside of me (that I’m aware of).
But hey, I still had a pretty awesome year full of adventures, successes and things that made me think.
Here’s a list of the good, the bad and the ugly from 2012: Continue reading
He never showed up.
That, for some reason, is where it became real to me.
Somewhere between the piles of flowers, makeshift memorials, and barrage of funerals at St. Rose of Lima church, it hit me hard in a Sandy Hook hair salon on my last day of reporting from the Connecticut town.
Marci Benitez, a hair dresser at Fun Kuts, planned to cut 6-year-old James Mattioli’s hair on Saturday.
The appointment came and went. Benitez thought the young boy’s mother had forgotten, until she saw his name on a list released Saturday. Continue reading
Well, today was tons of fun. (So was Friday, and the pie party, but I’ll get to that in another post.)
A Spring Grove Area High School junior from our Teen Takeover staff hung out with me all day for part of her graduation project.
She decided to shadow me after attending my #boyer101 session earlier this year. My presentation, apparently, hadn’t scared her off.
Here’s how the day went down: Continue reading
Confession: I didn’t even go to high school football games when I was IN high school.
I didn’t care.
I was that newspaper nerd with a helicopter mom who wasn’t allowed to be out past dark.
I also had like … two friends (who also, by the way, weren’t allowed to be out past dark). I lived life on the edge. Continue reading