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For Media and Speaking Arrangements
A Behavioral Scientist by training, Regina Garson is the editor and publisher of the Magic Stream website. She is particularly interested in the issues of self-help, wellness, personal growth, computers and the Internet.
As a writer and editor, Regina has worked with and covered such issues as the Internet, career, workplace and professional development issues, women's history, workplace and political concerns, art, culture, race and diversity issues, emotional wellness, self-help and mental health outreach. She is widely recognized in areas as diverse as grass roots activism, humanitarianism, community service, website design, self help, mental health outreach, fitness, academic excellence, poetry and fiction.
She teaches at Virginia College in Huntsville, Alabama and is available, by special arrangement, as a speaker at your event, function or conference. For media and interview inquiries email: email@example.com . Some suggested topics in her special areas of interest follow. Do let us know if you have a specific request.
Speaking/Interview Topics Include:
Protect Yourself from Cybercrime:
It is a sign of the times. Crime is just as rampant in this new Web frontier as it was in the "Old West." You don't have to sit back and passively and be victimized though. Just as with any other proverbial "bad neighborhood," a little bit of street smarts can go a long way. Don't be a victim. Learn to protect yourself online.
The Internet and Healing:
For all those who claim that computers and the Internet have somehow compromised their life, friends, and family, there are still others for whom the Internet has made a world of positive differences in the quality of their life and relationships. Learn about the myriad of self-help resources out there and the many ways the Internet can enhance the quality of everyday life and the healing process.
Is telecommuting on the horizon for you? Have you always dreamed of working out of your own home? While the grass isn't always greener on the other side of the fence, there can be significant differences. Learn about the many pros and cons of telecommuting and some of the basics you need to know in order to be successful working from your home computer.
Writing for the Net:
Have you always dreamed of writing success? Or do you simply want to try your hand at writing in this new medium? Writing for the net has its own special set of rules and netiquette. Even the queries there are different. Learn how to master this medium and acquire the techniques needed for successful online writing and publication.
You know that the information you need is out there somewhere, but finding it online is not always easy. Finding the professional level information you need is another story altogether. This session on Deep Web Search Skills can be geared (as needed) to online newbies or to the professionals in your field. Access to a computer room is ideal, but not necessary for this session.
Editing Your Own Work:
So what is this magic that editors profess to practice? What are the rules? What tools do they use? We'll pull out some pencils and go to work in this hands-on workshop. BYOW - Bring Your Own Writing - Optional.
To make speaking or interview arrangements:
Dedicated to all those travelers
who share in the one journey
that can never be made alone
No claims are made as to the reliability of any of the information on these pages. Sources often disagree. Disagreeing sources are often deliberately listed so that users can easily access alternate opinions. Magic Stream is not a replacement for professional help, but a resource that enables
one to be a more intelligent consumer when it comes to issues regarding physical and emotional wellness. You can learn a lot by becoming
aware of different opinions and conflicting research. Don't be afraid to ask questions when it comes
to your health.
All writings, graphics, art and scripts are copyright by the individual authors.
Do not reproduce electronically or in print without permission.
Copyright 1994-2006 Regina Pickett Garson