Rawlo on LIB with Hot New Track, “LIB: Life is Beautiful”

first_imgWho would have imagined that Red Eyez entertainment’s producer, engineer, singer and songwriter Rawlo Vinobles, commonly known as Rawlo the 7 Star General, would be at the top as Liberia’s biggest musical promoter?This cool cat has been making a impact for the past three years while striving to do what he says he came here to do, and that’s promote a signature sound.“I came here based on a invitation for a particular purpose, to change the Liberian sound. Vicky Freeman from Fabric Radio and Studio 57 invited me and I came,” Rawlo stated.According to the corn-rowed musical wonder, things were shaky between him and his receiver due to what he described as a misunderstanding.“That was the first company that brought me here. We fell apart because they didn’t understand me, or where I wanted to take Liberian music. Now I’m living my dream without them,” he said.Now out with a banging party song called “LIB: Life is Beautiful,” Rawlo has contributed his vocals and instrumentals into another masterpiece.“Whenever I ask people for the meaning of LIB, they say (Life is beautiful). I decided to give the full meaning of LIB and that’s how I came up with the song,” he explained.According to Rawlo, anything that is as beautiful as the sound of music should be sexy and appealing to the ears.“I came up with the sexy tone, while the beat is laid back. When I created the beat for the song, the first person that came to my mind was Cypha D’ King. I really needed to get him on the track and actually he did,” he says.  “I want to thank him for turning up and not disappointing me, as well as Santos, who brought the reggae vibes.”Also, “LIB Life is Beautiful” has a collaborated mixture of different sounds from rap, hip-hop, RnB to reggae.At a time when Liberia finds itself barely bereft of happiness due to the Ebola outbreak, this track reminds us why life is so beautiful despite the chaos around us.Meanwhile, as the saying goes, “every good thing has to come to an end,” and this could be Rawlo’s last year in Liberia.“I came here for entertainment, but this will be my last year here, sorry. I came for a purpose, and my purpose can never be fulfilled without money. I’ve decided to complete my mission. The signature sound that is making noise in Liberia came from me with the help of Freeze. I thank God that today we’re making a lot of noise in the country, and I feel my work here is done,” he says.Furthermore, Rawlo says Red Eyez Entertainment has been of great help in his career, and says he couldn’t have done it without them. “The amazing thing about Red Eyez is, the CEO has allowed me to flow and do what I’ve wanted in the year I’ve been with them,” he says.Meanwhile, as Ebola continues to claim lives as fast as water fills a cup, Rawlo and a few other entertainers are doing their best to keep their fans away from it.“I’ve made a couple of tracks towards Ebola. There’s an all star Ebola track by T-Bund Studio getting ready to come out. Some producers and engineers like me have teamed up including King grind, Stone Gray, Luckshine and myself. I always talk about Ebola on social media and still preach awareness,” he noted.Rawlo will be missed but not forgotten if he decides to leave. While he’s still here though, he plans to continue his legacy until his signature of sound can be left behind.“Sincerely from my heart to the Liberian industry, this is the game: if you don’t invest money into it, nobody else will.  I urge all investors to come, and that artists start to travel out. To my fans, thanks for supporting me and not letting me down,” he says.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Maradona offers to coach Argentina for free

first_img0Shares0000Diego Maradona, here with gilfriend Rocio Oliva, cheered on Argentina in Russia © AFP/File / Roman KruchininBUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Jul 3 – Diego Maradona wants to return to the position of Argentina coach and is willing to work for free, as Jorge Sampaoli faces pressure to resign following their World Cup travails.Speaking on his “Hand of God” television show, the 57-year-old Maradona, who coached Argentina for two years from 2008-10, said it was painful to see the current state of the national team. “I would return to leading the national team and I would do it for free, I wouldn’t ask for anything in return,” Maradona said on his programme, which runs on Venezuelan channel Telesur.Sampaoli is resisting intense pressure to resign following Argentina’s 4-3 defeat to France on Saturday during a World Cup campaign that was fraught with tension and disputes.The coach is believed to have lost the support of his players with some claims attributing team selection and tactics to captain and star Lionel Messi.Sampaoli, though, has another four years to run on his contract, meaning the Argentine Football Association (AFA) would have to pay a reported $15 million (12.9 million euros) to sack him.“Hopefully God will give me the strength to return to the bench,” said Maradona, whose own World Cup coaching campaign in 2010 ended in an ignominious 4-0 thumping by Germany in the quarter-finals in South Africa.“I’m 57, watching my country, which was beaten by a team that isn’t one of the best in the world — it really hursts to see everything that we’ve built destroyed so easily.”Maradona was a genius as a player, leading Argentina to World Cup glory in 1986 and again to the final four years later.But his coaching career has been far less glamorous despite his stint in charge of the national team, in which he presided over a record-equalling 6-1 defeat to Bolivia.His last two jobs were in the United Arab Emirates, most recently failing to guide Fujairah to promotion from the Emirati second division last season.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Chelsea survive Slavia scare to reach Europa semi-finals

first_imgBut having been facing a rout, the Czech visitors restored their pride with two early second-half goals from Petr Sevcik as they threatened a remarkable comeback.Chelsea, however, held on and the London club will face Eintracht Frankfurt for a place in the final after the German side beat Benfica 2-0 to go through on away goals after the tie ended level at 4-4 after two legs.Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri made five changes from the team beaten 2-0 by Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday and put Eden Hazard on the wing with Olivier Giroud the Blues’ central striker.The Londoners doubled their aggregate lead just five minutes into the second leg of this quarter-final tie thanks to Pedro’s neat finish after a one-two with Giroud.Minutes later, Chelsea had another goal.Pedro produced a contender for miss of the season when presented with a tap-in from close range that came back off the post only for the ball to fly into the face of Slavia defender Simon Deli and rebound into the net for a bizarre own-goal.Pedro then turned provider, squaring for Giroud to score his 10th Europa League goal of the season.Chelsea were cruising at 3-0 ahead on aggregate and it seemed Tomas Soucek had done no more than score a consolation goal when he rose unmarked to head in from a corner.Chelsea though were soon three goals ahead again when Pedro bundled the ball in.But Slavia rallied impressively after the interval, with Sevcik’s 20-yard shot beating Kepa Arrizabalaga at the Chelsea goalkeeper’s near post.And soon afterwards, in the 55th minute, Sevcik produced an even better effort from similar range that flew into the top corner to give Slavia hope of a remarkable recovery.But that was as good as it got for the visitors, with Sevcik scuffing a shot that might have seen him complete what would have been an astonishing hat-trick.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Pedro celebrates scoring Chelsea’s fourth goal in their 4-3 (5-3 on aggregate) Europa League quarter-final win over Slavia Prague© AFP Adrian DENNISLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 18 – Chelsea were given a fright by Slavia Prague in a 4-3 home win on Thursday that saw them to a 5-3 aggregate victory and a place in the semi-finals of the Europa League.Already 1-0 up from the first leg, Chelsea were cruising when they scored three more goals in the first 17 minutes at Stamford Bridge courtesy of Pedro, an own-goal by Simon Deli and Olivier Giroud and were 4-1 ahead on the night at half-time.last_img read more

England could reach Euro 2016 final, Pele tells talkSPORT2

first_imgBrazilian legend Pele has cast his predictions for Euro 2016, claiming England are good enough to reach the final of the tournament this summer.The Three Lions start their campaign on Saturday, taking on Russia at the Stade Velodrome looking to start the tournament in positive fashion, and you can listen to live commentary of the clash on talkSPORT.Roy Hodgson’s men are favourites to progress out of their group, and if they top the table, there is a good chance of a fairly easy passage to the quarter finals.However, they are not considered likely victors of the entire competition due to the strength of their biggest rivals.The likes of Germany, Spain and France are expected to progress further in the tournament that England, but Pele believes the Three Lions can reach the final – along with likely finalists La Roja.Speaking to talkSPORT2’s Ian Stafford, the three-time World Cup winner said: “Normally you have the big names, [like] England and Germany.“England has lots of new players, but I think maybe they’ll be one of the teams in the final.“But to win the tournament is very difficult to say now.“The level is very, very equal. You have to be the team that has a little bit more luck than the other ones.“If I have to imagine one or two [winners] in this moment, then Spain and England.”Following the clash against Russia, England take on Wales and Slovakia looking to progress from group B as table toppers.last_img read more

WATCH: Neymar DESTROYS a drone with nothing but a football

first_imgNeymar has celebrated turning down Manchester United by showing off his insane football skills once again.The Barcelona star, who today signed a new contract with the LaLiga club, decided to film himself juggling with the ball.However, his crowning moment in the video is when he absolutley thrashes the ball against a drone flying in front of him, sending the remote controlled flying crashing out of the air.His sweetly struck volley was hit perfectly, and is sure to make you jealous of one of the most naturally gifted players in the modern game.You can watch the video above…last_img

Work program provides a second chance

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – At 38 years old, Henry Aguirre is learning to live a new life. He loves the freedom he feels when he wakes up hungry in the middle of the night and can walk to his refrigerator for a snack in his own apartment. More than anything, he loves being a father to his seven children. He can buy them presents with hard-earned money from his two jobs, and they are getting used to having a father involved in their lives. “My goal is my kids,” said Aguirre, with tears in his eyes. “It’s hard, because a lot of people mistake me as being a mean person. Honestly, I never shed a tear my whole life until last year. I had a lot of hate.” For most of his life, Aguirre has been either in prison or on drugs and involved in gang life. Now he is finishing off his last year of parole after his most recent prison stint for kidnapping and robbery. This time, though, he doesn’t plan on returning. With the support of his employer, Los Angeles Freightliner, he’s been able to get on his feet. The company hired Aguirre two years ago, after El Monte police Detective Kurt Timken recommended him for the job when Timken met Aguirre during a fundraiser for a family whose 5-year-old daughter was killed by a gang member. Aguirre now helps manage credit accounts as a credit and core operations clerk for the truck parts manufacturing company in Whittier. Company executives admit they were taking a chance when they hired Aguirre. But he was so successful that they have since hired four other parolees. Conan Barker, president of L.A. Freightliner, said hiring parolees increases the company’s liability if they commit crimes at the workplace. “Beforehand, we wouldn’t hire ex-cons because of the legal liability,” Barker said. “California laws make it hard to do this. It’s no surprise that businesses don’t participate in programs like this – liability.” The company has taken an organic approach in supporting the parolees. L.A. Freightliner Parts Manager Kent Larson goes beyond his job duties to keep an eye on Aguirre and other parolees at the company. They have become friends. “Before Henry, I was a little skeptical about hiring a parolee,” said Larson. “Now that I’ve hired five parolees, I see that they’re above everyone else. They’re here every day. They know they have to work harder than the next guy.” Barker agreed that working with parolees has been a benefit to the company. “It was driven by a desire to do something good for the community,” Barker said. “There’s a support group here now. Henry’s a great role model. He came in at entry level and worked his way up. It shows the other guys that they can do this.” L.A. Freightliner has given the men one of the hardest things to get for people with criminal records – a job. That job, coupled with support from managers and co-workers, has helped the five parolees become productive citizens. Many other parolees struggle with drug and alcohol addictions, not having Social Security cards and driver licenses, back child support payments and, above all, finding a job. These difficulties make it easy for them to fall back on old habits, said Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Division of Parole Operations District Administrator Jerome Marsh. The recidivism rate for parolees is more than 50 percent in California, according to state statistics, and policy makers and legislators struggle with ways to reintroduce former prisoners back into society as productive residents. “The prisons are full,” Marsh recently told about 60 newly released parolees who attended a Police And Corrections Team meeting in Santa Fe Springs. The meeting brought the parolees in contact with dozens of local employers and social service agencies. “The goal is that you folks make it here in the community,” Marsh told the men. “We can’t do it for you. “The time you spent in state prison is actually a liability when you come out, because the things you did in jail – and you all know what I’m talking about – aren’t useful here.” Aguirre is learning to live in the outside world – to pay his rent on time, to spend time with his children, to keep away from old habits. “After a year \, I felt like I wanted to go back to prison for a vacation,” he said. “That’s why a lot of people end up going back. When it gets too hard on the streets, it’s a relief.” But Aguirre loves his freedom – and his job – too much. “I can’t wait to come to work,” he said. “I’m hooked.” sandy.mazza@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026last_img read more


first_imgA group of Donegal people are attempting to swim to Dublin.They won’t be using rivers but rather the Finn Valley Leisure Centre in the Twin Towns.The challenge takes place in the leisure Centre on 30th May in aid of Our Lady’s Childrens’ Hospital Medical and Research Foundation of Crumlin.The challenge is to swim the distance from the leisure centre to Crumlin Hospital. Participants are collectively attempting to reach the target of 8600 lengths of the pool. This equates to a distance of 215km’s.People can pledge to swim any number of lengths on the day. We will have a whiteboard on poolside with a countdown of the remaining lengths.The challenge is open to any age and the customer will inform the event personnel how much they have swam once they are finished. People can raise their own sponsorship and also anyone can donate on the day at the centre.The idea came from local Crumlin Research Foundation fundraiser Niall Mulrine approached Martin McDevitt, Pool Operations Manager of Finn Valley Leisure Centre on how to raise funds for Crumlin Research Foundation.Martin’s idea on the swim to Crumlin in lengths of the pool came from a project they worked on before swimming the length of nearby river Finn.The money raised will go directly to the Children’s Medical and Research Foundation of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital of Crumlin.With the huge task of improving Crumlin still ongoing, there’s good news, and some very worrying news too. New children’s heartThe good news is that the recently renovated Children’s Heart Centre is now benefitting hundreds of children and their families. With 25 spacious new bedrooms, two isolation rooms, a kitchen, showers, toilets, and a tea-room for parents. This state of the art unit is the kind of facility that our young patients, and our highly trained and qualified team of cardiac doctors and nurses fully deserve.The really worrying news is that Crumlin are now a full €1 million short of the funds needed to upgrade the Outpatients Dept. The situation is desperate. Outpatients was built almost 60 years ago to cater for 500 children a week. Today, there are 1500 going through per week.With everyone helping to fundraise, the Heart centre can become the state of excellence our local and national children need.HEARD THE ONE ABOUT THE DONEGAL FUNDRAISING GROUP SWIMMING (YES SWIMMING!) TO DUBLIN was last modified: May 27th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CHILDREN’S HOSPITALdonegalFinn Valley Centreswimlast_img read more

Togo into Afcon quarters for first time

first_img31 January 2013Togo qualified for an Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) quarterfinal for the first time ever after playing to a 1-1 draw with Tunisia in Nelspruit on Wednesday to finish second in Group D behind Cote d’Ivoire – who had to come back from two goals down to draw with Algeria in Rustenburg.With Group D completed, the quarterfinal clashes for Afcon 2013 have been confirmed. Hosts South Africa will face Mali in Durban on Saturday, while Ghana will take on Cape Verde in Port Elizabeth. The following day, Cote d’Ivoire tackle Nigeria in Rustenburg and Burkina Faso play Togo in Nelspruit.Togo coach Didier Six was thrilled with his team’s progression to the knockout stages of the tournament. “It was very important to qualify from a tough group and for a small team like Togo this is wonderful,” he said. “I am sure out there in Togo, Lome and other places, there are big parties now.‘We are happy’“It was a very tough game, up against a good side with an experienced coach who has a lot of experience at Afcon. Togo played with guts, commitment and belief and we are happy that it paid off and we are still in the tournament.”Sami Trabelsi, Tunisia’s coach, reflected on the match: “It was the game we needed to win and we dominated. We tried to go via the sides because we knew Togo was strong in the middle and in the air, but it did not work for us as we would have liked.”After brushing aside questions about the referee, Trabelsi added: “I think it was balanced and we were the better side in the second half and tried to control the game, even if Togo had their sharp attack and the chances they created. We believed up to the end we could win, but as l said, unfortunately it did not work for us today.”Late goalsIn Rustenburg, Algeria missed a penalty, then slotted one and struck again six minutes later to lead 2-0 against Cote d’Ivoire. The Elephants, though, netted two goals within four minutes of one another with just 11 minutes left in the match to share the spoils.For the Desert Foxes it was an unsatisfactory result, underlining what had been a disappointing tournament for the Algerians, who were ranked second on the continent behind the Ivorians before the event started.“In this game, we did not show what we wanted to do. I wanted to end with a victory. Cote d’Ivoire are the favourites of the tournament,” Vahid Halihodzic, Algeria’s coach, said after the match.“I had a discussion with the players about how I wanted them to win the match. We were not far from achieving it. We had two penalties; scored one and wasted the other.‘A good match’“Overall, it was a good match,” Halihodzic said. “Tonight, we were effective against the best team. However, we leave the tournament with huge sadness; this is not we expected.”Cote d’Ivoire coach Sabri Lamouchi commented: “We expected a difficult match. Algeria has opened the scoring from the penalty and we responded well. I appreciate the fact that my players fought till the end.“Congratulations to my players for this spirit and also to both teams for a great game.”‘A dangerous game’At the Mbombela Stadium, Tunisia played a dangerous game with a very square back four, who were caught out badly twice before being made to pay. Unfortunately for them, Serge Gakpe was not blown up for being offsides – he was – in the 13th minute when he ran onto a delightful ball from Emmanuel Adebayor before beating goalkeeper Moez Ben Cherifa with a left-footed shot into the far corner.Adebayor could have made it 2-0 in the 20th minute, but failed to hit the target as the Carthage Eagles’ defenders were caught out again.In the 29th minute, Tunisia were given a chance to equalise when referee Daniel Bennett blew up Dare Nibombe for holding and shoving an attacker to ground in the Togolese box. Khaled Mouelhi duly dispatched the spot kick into the keeper’s bottom right corner of the net to make it 1-1.No penaltyWhen Oussama Darragi went down in the box, the referee opted not to point to the spot. He could easily have done so as replays showed the striker being kicked on the right foot from behind.Just before the hour-mark, Adebayor was dragged down by Oualidi Hichri in the Tunisian box. It looked a clear-cut penalty, but Bennett again chose not to award one.Tunisia forced a couple of good saves out of Kossi Agassa before their offsides trap was exposed again. Adebayor’s header beat the goalkeeper, but struck the crossbar and the North Africans breathed a sigh of relief.With 10 minutes remaining, Adebayor again went down in the Tunisian box under a challenge from the goalie, but Bennett was unmoved, much to the despair of the Sparrow Hawks.Second penalty for TunisiaThen, astonishingly, a clumsy challenge from Nibombe on Saber Khelifa led to the referee awarding a second penalty against Togo. Mouelhi went to the keeper’s top left this time around, but his shot struck the post and the scores remained level.Agassa needed to make a couple of good saves late in the contest to keep the score at 1-1 and ensure Togo’s best ever result at the Africa Cup of Nations.Adebayor, Floyd Ayite and Gakpe were superb for the Togolese up front, while Vincent Boussou directed the defence well.For Tunisia, Mouelhi, despite his penalty miss, played a good game and always offered his side a target up front. Oussama Darragi tested Agassa with some good shots, while Saber Khelifa, too, asked questions of the Togolese defenders.Good football, poor resultsMuch like in the 2010 Fifa World Cup, Algeria played decently enough without getting the results they were seeking. They hoped to atone for two earlier defeats in their final group clash against Cote d’Ivoire, who had already secured their place in the quarterfinals.In just the sixth minute, the Algerians were awarded a penalty when Soudani Al Arabi went down in the box. Ryad Boudebouz took the spot kick, but his shot smashed into the bottom of the keeper’s left hand post and away from goal.Both teams threatened, but neither could manufacture a goal in the first half. After the break, though, both teams found a way through.Opening goalThe Ivorians conceded a second penalty in the 64th minute when Arthur Boka was blown up for a hand ball, which prevented an Algerian cross into the centre of the box. Boudebouz was handed the responsibility for the spot kick again and this time he beat Daniel Yeboah high to the keeper’s right.In the 70th minute it was 2-0 when Al Arabi got onto the end of a pinpoint cross from the right and headed convincingly past Yeboah. It looked as if the Desert Foxes were on their way to victory.Seven minutes later, however, Dider Drogba pulled a goal back for the Elephants with an emphatic header which left Rais M’Bohli with no chance of stopping it.2-2Shortly after that, the scores were level. Wilfriend Bony let fly from distance with a right-footed pile driver. When the shot took a deflection the keeper was wrong-footed and what had looked like a consolation win for Algeria was now a draw.Drogba, though, had a chance to win it late for the Ivorians, but his shot from close range was far too close to the goalie.Al Arabi, the scorer of Algeria’s second goal, was a thorn in the flesh of Cote d’Ivoire’s defenders all night, while Adlane Guedioura excelled on the flanks. Boudebouz showed some good touches, but his night was blighted by a penalty miss.For the Ivorians, Drogba looked like the commanding striker he can be for the first time in the tournament, while Arouna Kone probed and probed without being rewarded with a goal. At the back, Kolo Toure, after some indifferent form earlier in the tournament, turned in a solid showing.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

The Founders – Geocaching’s Lost & Found Video Premiere

first_imgEnjoy watching the first video in the Lost & Found series. We’re discovering the lost stories of geocaching. It’s our way to celebrate ten amazing years of family-friendly geocaching adventures.“The Founders” video showcases the three innovators who launched Geocaching.com. Learn a little bit about Jeremy Irish, Bryan Roth and Elias Alvord.  Hear how the company started and where they hope the geocaching treasure hunt takes us all in the decades ahead.Tell us what you think!More Lost & Found videos will be released each week.  See a glimpse of what’s ahead in our Lost & Found Video Trailer.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedAnnouncing the September ‘Featured Geocacher of the Month’September 27, 2011In “Community”Geocaching in the News – A Story Worth TellingJanuary 8, 2013In “Geocaching.com Videos””The Geocaching Year in Review” A Geocaching.com Lost & Found VideoDecember 28, 2010In “Lost & Found Stories”last_img read more

Editors Timelines – More #timelinetuesday action!

first_imgAnd sometimes timelines are simply short and sweet… A lot of editors like to colour code the tracks of their timelines to keep things organised and on track (pardon the pun). In these two tweets editor Shane Ross shares how he does it. More scenes from the editing bay! Check out these video editing timelines for a close up look at the post-production process.This picture of the opening sequence to Oscar winning Gravity, by co-editors Mark Sanger and Alfonso Cuaron, kicked off a surprisingly popular post featuring a collection of screengrabs from numerous feature film and network television editors. So it seemed like it might be a good idea to bring together another roundup of some of what is now might be a good idea to bring together another roundup of some of the best of what is now know in the business as #TimelineTuesday.If you want to learn more about what film editors actually do then check out this round up of insights over on my blog. Plus if you’re after some technical details and a look inside some professional edit suites check out this post featuring photos from inside Ron Howard’s cutting room for his latest feature film, In The Heart Of The Sea.Video Editing TimelinesWhat’s interesting about this first image, again from Ron Howard’s editing room, is that the subsequent Twitter conversation points out that they seem to be editing on a pre-version 6 copy of Media Composer. Apparently stability is more important than the latest bells and whistles.In this next tweet, documentary editor Steve Audette reveals the timelime for part 2 of the PBS and Frontline documentary Secrets of the State which you can check out here. For a full rundown of the gear in his suite, check out this post.This image comes from editor Walter Murch’s FCP7 timeline for the feature documentary Particle Fever. You can find an in-depth write up on Walter’s process and thoughts on how to handle an ever changing storyline, over on Digital Films. This next timeline is a helpful look into structuring a feature film – scene by scene.center_img Some timelines are just a bit overwhelming…The FCP 7 sequence I inherited for my next potential clean-up job. I’ve never seen anything like this. EVER. pic.twitter.com/TiPoaNwaKI — Zack Arnold (@BurnedEditor) September 26, 2013On the other hand you can learn quite a bit from editor’s who share the progress of their timeline construction from start to finish, which is exactly what editor Dan Wolfmeyer has done in these four tweets.last_img read more