I always like to use biggie quotes to create a bit of a mood. This is one of those times I will use it even though my mind has already been made up. The quote that is my favorite of all time is: “It wasn’t easy for a young buck to become a big shot.
This is one of those quotes that I can’t help but to echo. It’s not the quote itself that is important but how it is used. I want people to be able to use it in a way that makes a difference, so I often use it with my own comments. I used this quote in this article because it sums up my feelings about the death of big media.
Big media is dead for a reason. It is the reason that there is a lot of bad press about the new media phenomenon. A lot of online content is created by people who don’t know how to write, how to design, how to think. These people are being paid to write about things that don’t make sense and they are being paid to do it without any real understanding of what they are looking at.
So big media is doing a lot of damage. The problem is that the people who are creating the content can also make it. I dont know how many times I have read on here that someone who writes for big media and is a big journalist has gone to the same college as someone who writes for a website about a movie.
People who write for big media are supposed to be experts in the field they are writing about. Big media is the new journalism. They are the new media. They are the ones who are doing the writing and the presenting. They are the ones who are doing the research.
It’s a trend that continues every year. In the case of big media, a journalist wrote about X movie and now they are writing about Y movie. They are the ones who are doing the research.
Now, in the case of big media, we are still working on making sure they are doing the research. However, when they get too close to the truth, they tend to be a bunch of whiners.
This is why we have big media. We are still working on getting the truth to the people who have been dying to read about it. But when the truth doesn’t match up with the hype, you tend to become a big whiner, rather than a big whacker. It’s a trend that continues every year.
When the truth doesn’t match up with the hype, you tend to become a big whiner, rather than a big whacker.