Dec 1, 2013

Online Content Creation Services


Have you recently created a website or blog, but find it difficult to make time to write articles, take pictures, create audio files, and/or shoot, edit and upload video? We're here to help with online content creation services.

Article Writing / Photography
Constantly posting high quality articles on your website/blog with relevant and interesting photographs is the best way to increase traffic to your site, and it's also a great way to make sure your site ranks high in search engine search results. With over five years of experience in online article writing, we're ready to offer article writing services on virtually any topic. We could either write an article for you to post on your own site and/or social media, or we could publish and promote your article on one of our well established blogs.

Audio Clips/Recordings
Creating informative and/or entertaining audio media for your site is also a great way to add variety to your website/blog. We can help you create content such as audio interviews, or cover live events such as panel-discussions or music concerts, and help you set-up the audio files on your site for easy streaming and downloading.

Video Production/Video Editing
In addition to our Video Production Services, we also offer Vide Editing Services. If you have video clips you've recorder with your own camera, and are looking for ways to get that video online, we can help. We'll take your original footage, transfer and convert it, edit it, and find solutions to help you get your video on your website/blog.

These are just some of the many ways we can help you strengthen your online presence, please feel free to contact digital media specialist Christian Salinas with any questions you may have regarding these and other services offered by Border Perspective @ 956-437-4378 or

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Feb 22, 2013

Franky's Oscar Picks Part II - 2013 Edition


By Guest Blogger Franky C. Cabrera

Best Visual Effects:

  • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
  • Life of Pi
  • Marvel’s The Avengers
  • Prometheus
  • Snow White and the Huntsman

I swear I couldn’t be more torn here. On one end, Life of Pi demonstrates precisely what big budgeted visual effects can accomplish for storytelling through artistic means. Like Hugo last year, it’s part of an emerging sub-genre of 3D films that exhibit a sense of careful artistry in its 3D implementation. Renown and veteran directors challenging themselves with a 3D feature is probably the most exciting thing to come out of Hollywood in a while (here’s to hoping Danny Boyle or Aronofsky tackle it next…). Now with that being said, does this render classic Hollywood blockbusting features and the extravagant big budgeted chaos, completely obsolete and unworthy of enjoyment for us film buffs? The Avenger’s says NO. NOT AT ALL. As a matter of fact, bring on those beautifully rendered explosions and the best looking green super hero monster half a million can buy! I frankly, can’t get enough of it. I’d argue that the craftsmanship of some of those impeccably designed battle sequences possess the same, if not JUST as much artistic merit to them. The special effects were impossibly good, to the point that I couldn’t believe what was besetting my eyes as I sat in the theater with tears streaming down my face because all those fight sequences I realized with action figures when I was a kid were now happening in real time right in front of me. And it’s all mostly thanks to the visual effects crew. I was prepared to call one film “spellbinding” and the other “marvelous” when I started writing this and now I can’t really tell which adjective I originally intended to describe which. Both are Visual Effects masterpieces and compelling arguments for the continued expenditure of masses of money that could be spent feeding 3rd world countries.

Who I would give the Award to: The Avengers, no, Life of Pi, no no The Avengers, oh wait definitely Life of Pi, ok ok The Life of Avengers Pi. There.