Friday, 23 September 2016

Can Young People Conduct a Media Business from Home?

Just if they have talent.

But until they've tried, that is strictly for them to decide. Even after, when they move out, parents can no longer decide for them. Nor anyone else, as long as they stay legal.

Now, I was a few months ago speaking of what the Wright brothers did before starting what became flight.

Here is another example.

New owners have requested a demolition permit for Walt Disney’s first home in California. The well-preserved 1914 Craftsman bungalow at 4406 Kingswell Avenue in Los Feliz belonged to Walt’s aunt Charlotte and uncle Robert Disney, who in July of 1923 invited their young nephew to board in their home (at a rate of $5 per week) as he pursued his dream of becoming a film director.

See the title of the article I cited, then click and read the rest:

The Home Where Walt Disney Founded His First Studio Is Set to be Demolished
July 19, 2016 Chris Nichols Architecture, Celebrity, Film, L.A. History, Urban Development

Plus, let's not forget how Lizzy and Hilde Kate are doing in the Lysiak home:

Orange Street News

Of course it may help that their father is also a journalist./HGL

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