A topic that we are quite interested in is the evolution of technology. As technology evolves media companies enjoy the bounty, because they bring in income from each upgrade. And the consumer often upgrades because they don’t want to be behind the times.
DIYdigi today has some interesting things to say about the evolution of technology while DigiRefer harkens to the past. Even DigiComArts gets into the technology dialogue by taking a look at how COVID-19 has impacted technology organization.
And of course there is room for the all important moviemaking process (also known as the Movie Process Website that recently collaborated with Thrillumentary raising a question about their interview with the star of the original 1968 version and classic “Night of the Living Dead.”
Everyday a computer screen or some means of writing, filming or recording faces the blogger, vlogger or YouTube creator. For some it is more easy than others in coming up with ideas. But for those or you who stare at a blank page and get “writer’s block,” here’s something to think about: blog ideas surround you. All you need to do is to think about what you’re experiencing at that very moment. For example, maybe you’re motivated by fame. Maybe you want to celebify yourself?
Bloggers sometimes confront developing new ideas in a way that involves fighting one’s self. Unless fighting with your current thoughts are a part of your inspiration, you can at times find yourself frustrated in a way that is not conducive to creativity. Just remember that inspiration can be found everywhere. Blogs like Manhattan Coronavirus are about what is going on with a writer every day that he stays in his home with his wife and their child. This means utilizing documentation which is one of the easiest ways to find concepts of interest.
What is the Answer?
Whatever is going on with you tune into it, don’t tune out. This doesn’t necessarily mean that documentation has to be drawn from “real life.” It can be what’s happening with a futuristic twist like today’s entry at Coronavirus After. But what I’m doing on this fine Wednesday morning is facing the reality that I need to come up with ideas for several blogs including an email newsletter tomorrow. So what do I do? The answer is that a write a blog entry like this one that addresses the very challenge I face by easing into the belief that…Blog ideas surround you.
Do you have a dream to be an ArtisticPreneur? Is your dream on hold during this time of the Coronavirus or has the disease acted to make you even more driven to achieve your dream. Different people react to pressure in different ways. Some find pressure defeating while others see it as an opportunity to thrive.
How Does it Work?
Pursuing the achievement of a big goal is sadly not a one size fits all. Think of how wonderful it would be if you were to want a career in the arts all you would have to do is climb the Artist Steps. Unfortunately it does not work like this.
It Can Be Your Friend
Truth be told COVID-19 is always looming for most of us. The worry of contracting the virus can be overwhelming. For many all aspirations go on hold. Don’t let this happen to you. Instead, wherever you may be: California, Florida or even New York, keep your eye on the prize. If for example you are in NYC think of the Manhattan Coronavirus as being your friend. Because hey, you got this.
Three things under a microscope? If you had asked me in my young adulthood where I thought I’d be now, it is very different than my original plans. Though, in many ways it is better than I could have ever imagined. Fatherhood has turned out to be an exciting journey. I never even thought about having kids. And even when I got married, kids were not on my mind. But as these things happen, 7 years into my marriage having a child became a wonderful reality. Another surprise were eBooks. I didn’t even read them before writing them, but thanks to Art Gush I am on an ongoing track of creating them.
Then there’s this little thing known as COVID-19. We are all being affected by it in one way or another all of the world. As a New Yorker I read the daily blog entitled Manhattan Coronavirus. It is interesting to have a window into other people’s lives. The digital diary of sorts that you are reading right now will also in time likely document real life things. Such as the title of this post.
This post is named “Three things to think about.” Thus far we’ve gone through the first thing which is Art Gush, the second thing which is the virus, and now the third thing is communication. Communication educator Yianni Stamas just uploaded a brief post about Zoom. Zoom being a new communication tool of choice. Do you use Zoom? Or do you use something else to communicate with the world and loved ones? I imagine given the current predicament we are all in due to an invisible enemy, our methods of communication could be changed forever. Putting it under the microscope is what our online journal entries will consist of.