April Entertainment News

This weeks news includes entertaining rumors about new films in production, celebrity entertainment news and global political news reactions. Twitter is a great place to catch up on what’s trending, Google Alerts is another good way of monitoring news and MSN helps find gossip about celebrities and movie entertainment.

Both Facebook and Twitter are great places to find out what is going on around the world.

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MMC III Spirit Cooking, Media and Operation Acorn

look over there squirrels?

Operation Acorn was wrapped up recently and spirit cooking has been making the news again. This had me thinking (cooking up your brain) about search results and songs that have been sprouting up again (Spirit in the Sky). If you enjoy listening and would like to share with all your mates, cool. Either way thanks for listening. The download link is below.

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An Enjoyable Reality Check

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Hopefully this reads as an enjoyable reality check for a variety of people. There is a fine line between speculating and measuring the line between reality and truth. 

You are only at where you are at, for example the truth is that I am here and you are there, where as it’s also a possible reality we are here hopefully on the same page. We are all here for our own reasons. You might be a helper through compassionate associated reasons and I appreciate you visiting Media Marketing Communications #MMC.

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WordPress 2017 Theme Review


This year WordPress.org came out with its new template 2017. This framework is much better than all the other default themes. If you use WordPress.com the theme is still not yet available. That said WordPress Com has also made some nice updates to the customise options for on-page web design. The responsive updates on blogging templates look great on the front end, however behind the scenes (within the code) there is usually all sorts of errors. In this article I submit a quick review of WordPress 2017 and describe some of the features I noticed whilst playing around within the admin panel.

Hi my name is Robert Bridge and I have been using WordPress for over ten years. Before WordPress days I’d use Blogspot (Bloggers) and Myspace to blog about things I wanted you to know about. I still use Google blogs and am curious to how I can semi host hybrid blogs on all servers. That includes Tumblr. So if you have found a way of doing this please let me know in the Facebook comments below.

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Elastic Plaster to Smooth Things Out

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The elastic plaster or Elastoplast as peoples here in the United Kingdom like to call them. Hi my names Robert Bridge and I here to make things better.

It’s like a wound that won’t close, or cut held together with a shoe lace. Were lucky living in a sticker society. Years ago things were much more Taboo. Yet today we can look back on leeching with intrigue, forgetting of course the natural progression of our beloved NHS. If only a plaster could make things better.

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Understanding Agendas

understanding agendas

There are a number of agendas out there from a variety of organisations. Some of the reasons are just though selected from a small number of cases in a broad global occurrence. These occurrences may challenge the groups and organisations to help, to over throw (take away its power and authority) or to justify their(re) own existence. In this article I give my personal opinion on observations on a topic which I have noticed has entered into the World Wide Web reaching a number of people. Many of whom will be scared of from freedom through teachings, this includes organisations as high up as the White House, Houses of Parliament and all the worlds countries recommendations. when a large percentage of the population become effected by change in society, culture and consciousness more organisations sprout up from obscurity who are looking for funding for example. They may be able to facilitate short term improvements with annual funding, though I am adamant this funding will be the downfall of these organisations. Internally I am sure there is a crossover of members and paid servants who are able to navigate the improvements and talk about change in a more solid format. I wish not to step on any toes of organisations built to provide work in society, however I do hope to reiterate what I have already mentioned in this long introductory paragraph.

When things go wrong for individuals there is always a monopoly of organisations that profit and depend on a percentage of people coming through there doors. The consumer world we live in is cleverly marketed and introduced at various times in many just organisations that depend upon this type of education owing to the understanding of the current culture.

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Robert Bridge Media Marketing Communications: Linguistics the Techniques used for Thinking and Exercising to Improve Writing Stories

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Exercising improves writing, public speaking and making nice power-point presentations. The words you can choose carefully and structure talks for a universal audience. Some of us do this by simply improving your knowledge of linguistics. People ask me ‘Robert’ how can I improve my marketing skills. Understand this I say marketing requires thinking around the large amount of techniques out there. Once you get your stories inline with your brand you can then take it to the bridge. The media is a choice and if your writing is a good fit for them it will be a good fit for you. Advertising is a big thing. Recently Kellogg’s decided to pull the plugin on advertising on the Breitbart website. After doing some research they found the left wing type sites are the best people to target. They eat much more cereal and like the Kellogg Brand because it’d been around lurking since day one.

[clickToTweet tweet=”I reading Robert Bridge – Media Marketing Communications. Is nice it is. ” quote=”Media Quotes from #mmc via @robertbridge” theme=”style4″]Media marketing communications requires ample amounts of vocabulary and a good understanding of the variables. Firstly choose your words very carefully. Find something new to say instead of saying stuff that has already been said. If the article has already been written and your quite good at explaining stuff there is still a chance that someone online has already stringed together the same sentences. You can check if anything you have wrote is already found online over on CopyScape. The simpler you make your article you increase the chance of a higher retention rate from new readers. If you are talking within a technical group or forum remember you may need technical jargon but still keep it simple don’t overload your words with a bundle of unconnected information. If you speak in your voice consistently that is fine however most of us at least try to use correct vocabulary, pronunciations, citations and adjust our basic verbs. Your voice may be colloquial (local) online or in the city so you may have to dumb down your English slang.

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Ideas In Art and Images further Investigated

My home page on Bing is showing a beautiful picture of Bali which is a bright Twitter blue coloured.

I know a couple of people who visit Bali regularly, so perhaps I ask them if they have seen it for themselves. Another idea would be for me to go there myself and see it with my own eyes. Truth can be distorted through a camera lens, filters on Instagram for example can improve extenuating circumstances. I have a Microsoft App on my phone which allows me to frame images once or twice and add descriptions then attach Wingbat images which are basically fonts only the letters are replaced with familiar symbols.

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SPECRE 1977 Sione Family Film Based In London


Robert Culp is the star of this early supernatural film directed and produced by Gene Roddenberry. Robert is a criminologist. Somewhat of a modern day Sherlock Holmes.

In the spirit of the time The Professionals leader of CI5 Gordon Jackson is the head of Scotland Yard in this 70’s flick classic. The 1970’s film industry blossomed all kinds of supernatural mystery movies.

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