10_Media Activism and Internet Use by People with AIDS

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Unformatted text preview: Media activism and Internet use by people with HIV/AIDS 617 Blackwell Publishing Ltd/Editorial Board 2003 with this theme is Living in the Bonus Round The Online Diary of Steve Schalchin, the Life of a Somewhat Famous Songwriter Living with AIDS ( http://www.bonusround.com ). This site is about the career and life of HIV positive singer and songwriter, Steve Schalchin. To describe the beginning of his Internet site, Steve writes, I began this diary in March 1996 as a sort of a goodbye letter to the world. In 1997 The Last Session opened off Broadway. It was the diary that grabbed the attention of the NY Times. At that time very few musicals had web sites and no musical had come in with the Internet site as a major part of its story. . . . We have been featured in the NY Times, People Magazine, the LA Times, NY Newsday, and AIDS publications such as POZ and ARTS & UNDERSTANDING. I even spoke at HARVARD UNIVERSITY in 1997 and played two sold out concerts in Harvard Square....
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course ENG 000121 taught by Professor Mcgrand during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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