Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Sims – Produsage at its Finest

The Sims, a computer-based simulation video game published by Electronic Arts (EA), is a perfect example of produsage. I have been an avid Sims player since the original came out in 2000. Throughout my discussion, I am referring to The Sims 3, … Continue reading

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ProdusageForDummies on the wiki

As I was reading the required pages of Axel Bruns’s produsage concepts, I realized that his use of words is confusing and hard to understand. It was clearly written for a more sophisticated, knowledgable audience. While I understood the concepts … Continue reading

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The Past is the Key to the Future

After putting together a list of my accomplishments thus far in Weblogs and Wikis class, I have become aware of what I have learned and what I would still like to know more about or do more with. I also … Continue reading

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A look back at what I’ve done so far …

General Signed up for WordPress, Delicious, and Flickr. New to all of them, previously blogged on Blogger. Revived existing Twitter account. Used before, not much. Signed up to edit the Weblogs and Wikis wiki. Totally new to wikis – other than … Continue reading

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Social Media Marketing Part II: How?

Using social media such as Facebook, Twitter, social bookmarking, blogging, etc. to enhance marketing strategies is a smart idea for most businesses. See my first post on this topic Social Media Marketing Part I: Why? for more information about why … Continue reading

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Edited Wiki Page: MobileBlogging

I looked around at the pages on WeblogsAndWikis for quite some time, trying to decide what I should write about for my class assignment. I came across an existing page titled MobileBlogging. Since I have a smart phone, a netbook, … Continue reading

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So I have a confession to make – I, like probably many others before me, thought a wiki was just an encyclopedia of information compiled by anyone. This is probably due to the fact that Wikipedia is by far the most … Continue reading

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