Wednesday, 7 November 2007

Man alive, there is quite a lot to a portfolio having had a closer look at one of the absolutley amazing ones from last year....think I need to seriously start getting organised!

Tuesday, 6 November 2007

This past week I have taken to ensuring my CV is completed and done to the highest of standards.
I have also been keeping myself up to date with what is going on in the rest of the world through a variety of newspapers ranging from the Daily Express to the Guardian. One thing I have become aware of is the lack of world wide issues being on the first few pages of every newspaper i have read. What i mean by this is for example, the constant coverage of the Madeleine pursuit..which to be honest is not that much of a pursuit. In fact the coverage is identical from day to day. Would it not be more beneficial to the campaign to not make it a constant front page feature and only bring it back out when some real developments are actually made. I suggest this from my own personal thoughts and feelings as the constant non event that is the Madeleine Campaign is beginning to bore me. Don't get me wrong I would love nothing more that the little girl to be returned home safe and sound, but in the grand scale of things, she is one little girl.
All over the world little girls are dying from genocides in Africa to floods in Mexico. These aren't documented quite with the coverage as Madeleine, I realise papers publish what sells.....but is this unchanging story really selling? Would other pressing issues sell more?

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