A video I shot and co-produced with Pueblo Chieftain reporter Peter Roper won second place in the multimedia category of the annual Better Newspaper Contest at the 2017 Colorado Press Association convention. "Remembering Hiroshima's Empty Streets" featured World War II U.S. Army veteran Bruce Elson recounting his experiences in the Japanese city of Hiroshima after … Continue reading Award-winning videos from 2016
Let’s be honest here: the NES Classic Mini was a bit of a debacle; scalpers seem like they’re the only ones able to obtain one and, quite frankly, the supply was never truly made to meet the demand. It’s entirely possible that the NES Classic was a market test for the SNES Classic mini, or similar devices, but I feel as if that would be a bit counter-intuitive. Far be it from me to make that assessment. Nintendo has been around a long time and, for all we know, this may well be part of a larger marketing plan.
If such a device DOES come into existence, I’m sure it would be packed with the classics: Super…
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Bill Walsh, copy editor and witty authority on language, dies at 55 https://t.co/1QZiHZ7X0x— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 15, 2017
I learned a lot about customizing WordPress Page templates over the past week while making some changes requested by our advertising team to their dedicated contact form. We use a self-hosted WordPress site, with lots of help from the aptly named Formidable plugin, to give us flexible and powerful responsive contact forms, for everything from news tips to … Continue reading Now I Know: WordPress page template customization and more
Up to $2,500 to be Awarded in Southern Colorado
Pueblo, Colo. (January 31, 2017) — This week the Southern Colorado Press Club (SCPC) announced it will be awarding grants of up to $2,500 to support the projects of individuals and/or organizations in Southern Colorado whose mission aligns with the Club’s priorities. Types of organizations who may qualify include, but are not limited to, schools, community centers, and libraries. Individuals can also apply, and do not need to be affiliated with an organization to qualify. Qualified projects should be short term, with a completion date no later than June 28, 2018.
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This past weekend saw the debut of the Arizona Game Fair at the Mesa Convention Convention Center. The table top convention took held court in the “A” building of the convention center, the smaller building of that is not connected to the main building. The main room held several vendors and plenty of tables of table top gaming.
The really cool aspect of Arizona Game Fair is that if you didn’t find a game you wanted to join, you could start your own thanks to the convention library. The library had hundreds of games that you could check out and start your own gaming session that attendees could join. Just down from the main room was the “RPG Room” where the in depth gaming takes place.
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Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma has teased an alternate ending for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In an interview with IGN Portugal, he said that a different ending will be shown “if you meet certain criteria.” “If you do a few things, you may see a different ending,” Aonuma teased
How do you all feel about this news of multiple endings? Let me know in the comments! I’m personally excited over this and this will inspire multiple playthroughs
CBS, Paramount Settle Lawsuit Over 'Star Trek' Fan Film https://t.co/I0updmKUyq— Jayson Peters (@jaysonpeters) January 20, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js