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Angela Yuriko Smith
Angela Yuriko Smith is a professional writer with extensive experience in newspapers and online publications. Her work has been featured internationally, including a live interview on NPR. Currently she is working on her blog :Dandilyon Fluff, and finishing up a book on viral marketing. She has recently published her first work of fiction, End of Mae.
Machinima isnâ€™t just for music anymore. People from all different walks of life are finding ways to take advantage of the virally spread mini movies, the latest being writers. I discovered that on a personal level recently as I was looking at ways to promote my freshly released book, EndRead More →
Yesterdayâ€™s bands were limited by money. Awesome music is worthless if you canâ€™t show it off, but how can you show it off while you still need your day job? The average cost of creating a well-done music video can be prohibitive, especially for a band that may be talentRead More →
Machinima, once banished to the realm of the basement dwelling geek, is now being let out of the closet and into the company of professional society. No longer relegated to fanboys, the cinematic art is finding a new life as a highly effective method of marketing. A few factors haveRead More →
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