“Manifest” is looking for student writers worldwide!

29, May 2009

Manifest is ready to take go to the next stage of development.

The first phase, which you will find in the archives section was to demonstrate that it was possible to publish, for free, a quality magazine.

The second phase seeks to take advantage of several developments, the tumult in the newspaper industry and the increasing interest for print-on-demand and publishing through hand-held devices such as the iPad and Kindle.

Manifest is looking for students worldwide, who are interested in writing and being published.

  • A student is anyone with a .edu email account

For more information or to submit your article contact me, Wahyd Vannoni, by leaving a message in the comments section with your name and how you see yourself participating.

twitter: @mediacodex


Be published on “Manifest”!

28, September 2008

"Manifest" in Rome, Piazza NavonaSend your essay, research, interview, poem, haiku or any original writing to:

info AT mediacodex DOT com.

“Manifest” is a web-based quality magazine.

“Manifest” is and will always be free for download.

Find past issues in the “archives” link.

Manifest in Piazza Navona, Rome, Italy

China Internet Penetration

11, April 2013

Videographic comparing US, EU, China internet penetration

Visitors by country

24, July 2009

Published on: Jul 24, 2009 @ 20:46 Edit

free counters

Boston Tweet-up in early August

22, July 2009

Following the great success and interest in our first Social Media seminar, I am planning to organize a tweet-up in the first half of August.

Please get in touch with me by email or leave a message below, and suggest topics of discussion as well as preferred day/time.

Wahyd Vannoni
Director of New Media / Coach


The Speech Improvement Company, Inc.

1614 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02446

Phone: +1 617-739-3330
Fax: +1 617-232-9430


Connect: http://www.linkedin.com/in/vannoni

Seattle Sketcher on the move

27, April 2009
Gabi Campanario has been featured on ManifestN5 and sends this update.
“You may know that my blog is moving to The Seattle Times, where I’m joining their team of talented bloggers. This is a huge deal for me and hopefully a good thing for sketchblogs in general. I appreciate if you take a minute to register and leave your feedback on the new blog’s home.”


Sailing to new shores at the Seattle Times

Sailing to new shores at the Seattle Times

Morning Essentials

27, April 2009

Morning Essential

Taken at Cafe’ Fixe in Brookline, MA.

Manifest N17

16, April 2009
Manifest N17

Manifest N17

In this issue:

  • Editorial: a business model for airlines and airport operators
  • 30 thoughts in 30 minutes by Beth Adams
  • Publishing your first novel by  Calin Neacsu
  • How Social Media Really Works by Matthew Haughey