Kate J Hollingsworth

art + travel + photography

  • A Weekend Walk, Part II

  • A Weekend Walk, Part I

  • right now.

    The following two pictures are pretty much completely unrelated. 1) Starting a new marketing job specializing in social media strategy next week at The Michael C. Carlos Museum here at Emory. Soo excited! 2) My dad and me at the Georgia Aquarium, watchin’ some fish. I love this photo by @pjholling. : ) This semester […]

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  • Summer Endings

    Some more pictures around the downtown office. It feels like summer has only just begun, and already it’s time to ship back out for school. Summer 2010 was filled with authentic experiences – a rad internship… traveling solo… and so much more. (Experience points +30! Level up!) It’s been a good summer. : )

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  • QR Codes as Conversation Catalysts

    Imagine the power of placing instant, strategic information in someone’s hand. Quick Response (QR) codes literally contain that possibility. By downloading an app on your smartphone, you can now scan this special, two dimensional barcode which then translates into information such as text, a url, contact info, etc. So, for example, if you scan this […]

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  • Summer Intern Blogging – Video Networking

    New blog post for Engauge, as part of my summer internship: “Three Types of Video Networking Sites” Here’s an excerpt: “Sharing information is at the heart of social media. Today’s social networking sites harness the power of word-of-mouth and digitize it online. News, music, photos, videos, and more disperse throughout today’s social sphere as people […]

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  • Midtown

    Some pics from around the Midtown office. Love that area. : )

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  • Study Abroad 2009 in Retrospect

    As for myself, I got off that plane with expectations. Or… presumptions. “Greece” in my mind was a world of white – white marble, white houses, white togas.  But this real Greece, this true Greece of today? It is gritty.  The people, with genealogies old as the land itself, have that intrepid attitude, spirited and […]

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  • German Poetry, Anyone?

    I like poetry. I’ve heard that German poetry is really good. That there’s something about a cacophonous language with a bit of word order freedom that makes for unique verse. That’s what people tell me anyway. Knowing about zero German, I read the words in translation. I love that translations of so many things are […]

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Kate J Hollingsworth