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CyberScribbles is written by Paula McHugh.  CyberScribbles’ blog is a service for readers of her print column that appears weekly in the Beacher, a newspaper in Michigan City, IN. Of course, anyone is welcome to read the blog, but only sincere comments are welcomed.

While you are here at WordPress, take a peek at CyberScribbles’ sister blog, rAZmatAZ.

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5 Responses to “About”

  1. I am really happy to have contacted you then! Psychology is my passion. Women and Gender Studies my minor. I hope to go to George Washington U. for my PsyD Fall 2009. I graduate this June and am very excited for what lies ahead. However, what I really want to do is be a motivational speaker and write books. I want to help people. It’s what I’ve always wanted. And I feel that by being a public speaker, I can reach larger amounts. The same thing goes for writting books. If I can help 1 person live a better life, I’ve served my purpose in life 🙂

  2. Would you be interested in writing about my site, Speechable.com?

    Some photos just scream for a speech bubble. With Speechable.com, you can add speech bubbles to any photo easily, without photoshop, and then link, share or comment on them. No registration required. You can even recaption other people’s photos.

    Normally, to add a speech bubble to a photo, you need a program like Adobe Photoshop and usually requires several steps. Speechable makes it super easy. To use Speechable, upload a photo, then select a balloon and add text. Use the buttons below to resize your font, and resize the balloon by clicking its lower right corner. Grab the top line of the balloon to move it.

  3. Hi Paula,

    Since you were kind enough to note Fancast in a previous post about all the content on Fancast, we wanted you to be among the very first to know that a new and improved Fancast is launching (later today!) – and it’s one we think you and your readers will really enjoy. We will, of course, have the same great content (thousands and thousands of hours of free full length TV programs and movies) but they come in what we think is a much better user experience.

    Everything from…
    *a new video player
    *an embeddable player
    *a new movie page
    *a new trailers page
    *a new clips page
    *ability to get/send email alerts to remind you when a TV show or movie is on so you will never have to miss it
    …those are just some of new features we are launching.

    We heard your suggestions and we made it happen.

    We are looking to have everything perfect for just after Labor Day, but, as a Fancast veteran, we wanted you (and your audience) to be among the first to tell us what you think about the new Fancast.

    We are very serious about reacting to the ongoing feedback we get, and we think you will be pleased with the new version. But we’re not done yet. Take a look at the changes we made and please let us know what you think, and if there’s anything we can do to improve it even more.

    We are listening to you.

    Robin (for Fancast)

  4. Just a quick note of thanks for the kind mention of (Roughly) Daily; I’m honored and delighted that you enjoy it.

    I’m grateful too for the fact that the ping led me back here– where I’ll be a follower henceforth.

    All the Best,
    (Roughly) Daily

    • You are very welcome! Namaste, Paula

      CyberScribbles Family-friendly website picks from The Beacher Weekly Newspaper

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