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  • Charles de Grasse posted 788 days ago

    Charles de Grasse

    Congrats on your success here! I have been busy with work, hence the lack of posting. I wish you continued success in sports writing or wherever your career goes. In my limited experience interviewing people (not sports related) I have found the question "what do you do best" very useful. It can be a hard question but it should be one an athlete (or anybody) will enjoy answering.

  • Bryan Chu posted 933 days ago

    Bryan Chu

    Hi Davis, thanks for reaching out. My biggest advice is to keep writing and to get on a beat when you go to USC or Michigan. While writing about pro sports is a lot of fun...in order to be effective (and to actually have your voice heard) you need to built relationships and know these athletes. Since you're starting out you need to get the experience covering the high school/colleges/minors, so you'll be prepared for the pro game. Would be glad to look at your stuff at the college level. In the meantime join AAJA. I started a national print/online mentorship program, and we might be able to find you a mentor later down the road. Hope that helps.

  • Anthony Kang posted 1129 days ago

    Anthony Kang

    Hey Davis, here are the steps to hyperlinking:

    1) copy the URL you want to link to
    2) highlight the words you want hyperlinked
    3) at the upper toolbar, you’ll notice an icon (about right in the middle) that looks like two connected, gray chain-links and click
    4) paste the URL where it says “Link URL,”
    5) then in the “Target” box underneath, choose the “Open link in a new window” option and hit update (no need to bother with “Title”)
    6) If successful, the highlighted words should be in red, blue or purple. And that’s it.

    Let me know if you have any other questions or if this was unclear.

  • Charles de Grasse posted 1136 days ago

    Charles de Grasse

    I saw the harsh reception you got at lookoutlanding. I don't like the passive-aggressive way some of the commenters there react, especially with unexplained put downs. You handled it well.
    If you post there again with a format closer to what they are used to you might gain a lot of fans. Aside from my qualms with some of their initial reactions to new posters, the LL crowd is open-minded and welcoming, especially to people who adjust to the expected style.

  • Ken Kelly posted 1143 days ago

    Ken Kelly

    Nice to see a fellow Mariner fan on the board. It's a plus that he likes fantasy football!

  • Troy Martin posted 1145 days ago

    Troy Martin

    Hey Davis,

    Thanks for the welcome! I've had a blast writing for BR, and I've enjoyed reading your articles as well.

    Keep in touch.

    Troy,

  • Ryan Locke posted 1145 days ago

    Ryan Locke

    Good stuff man keep it up I became a fan.

  • Mihir Bhagat posted 1157 days ago

    Mihir  Bhagat

    Hmm, interesting. I've only heard good things about all three of those schools. If you decide on doing business, check out these http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rankings/business-overall.

    Best advice I can give you is not to listen to others and simply pick the school that's best for you.

    Here's my e-mail if you have any questions or want any advice. mihirb.023@gmail.com

  • Mihir Bhagat posted 1157 days ago

    Mihir  Bhagat

    Yeah, well that's the goal. Do you have any ideas of what schools you may apply to? Just curious, why do you plan to major in business instead of journalism?

  • Mihir Bhagat posted 1157 days ago

    Mihir  Bhagat

    Hey,

    Thanks man. I'm a convergence journalism major with an emphasis on sports. The best advice I can give you is to major in what you're passionate about. Are you applying to college this Fall?

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