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  1. Thanks, Daniel, Oswaldo & Diana! You’re on the roster, yay! Have an awesome semester!

    Great, Darrich! Population Advertisements looks awesome!! What’s the status? Is it rolled out now? Are you setting it up? Do you have the boards? The site looks great! The photography sometimes feels a bit stock or moderate quality, hopefully you can gather some clean, even stronger images over time. You should present it to the class at some point! πŸ˜€ Good luck, Darrich!

    1. Thank you Professor Zucman, I appreciate the comments and we will try to get some better images by hand by using the photography methods you showed us!

      We are finishing setting our company infrastructure up, getting all our permits, licenses, and handling legal work. We launch mid fall of this year and aim to roll out 20 signs initially. I’d love to present to the class later on this semester when the time comes, if it’s okay with you!

        1. That’s great, Euleth! Vlogging is fun (if you’re into that! πŸ˜› and it’s a great way to build a career. Take a look at Natalie Tran / Community Channel. She stopped blogging a year or two ago, but look at a couple of her later videos… and then scroll all the way back and look at her first videos from 10 years earlier. She was always funny and charming, but in the early videos you can see that her performance lacks confidence, the scripting is OK, the camera and sound are acceptable… and then year by year Writing, Performance, Editing, Camera, Sound, all just get better and better. Her production values at the end are really quite amazing. In her case she built a video career that way, but the skills she developed along the way are powerful skills for any career.

          Meanwhile, all you really need to do is grab a camera or your phone, point it at yourself and start talking… pop it up on YouTube… and repeat! πŸ™‚

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