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Mid August Update

How do I feel today? Well, trying this new blogger thing. I did have a website, well I still have the domain: movingroovin.com. Need to figure out how to use that address with blogger.

Originally, I started my website through Apple's iWeb software. However, this past June they phased it out. Now it's iCloud, but it's not a website what-so-ever! I am looking for a place where I can create a photo gallery, film clips, videos and blog, of course.
I'm giving this a first try and see how I like it.

My goal is to blog once a week.  I also blog for the Dogpatch Neighborhood Association. Our next meeting is Tuesday, September 11, 2012. More info., www.mydogpatch.org.  

I will continue to focus on film articles, events, film festival events, art, social media platforms and all things I find interesting.

I think right now the best way to go is to really stay with technology.  For instance, I Tweet, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google +, share articles, Vimeo, LiveFrye, too. I find it being a 'rush' of information and I get mentally excited.

Stay tuned for more...

~vanessa
@sfmovingroovin
sfmovingroovin@gmail.com

This is a photo taken early June 2012! Fog rolling in.


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