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What technology means to me

It’s reflection time again for my Weblogs and Wikis class and I have found myself working in Prezi to create an artifact that represents the different dimensions I have learned throughout the semester. I started compiling the materials I’ve learned … Continue reading

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How Technology Shapes Our World

Advancements in technology have shaped the way we live our lives, in significant and meaningful ways. I could spend days, and numerous essay posts, talking about these changes, but I am going to try to hash out a quick and dirty … Continue reading

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Flash Mobs: Crossing the digital/physical divide

According to Wikipedia, a flash mob is “a term coined in 2003 to denote a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and sometimes seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then disperse, often … Continue reading

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What happens when you Google yourself?

It is an interesting experience to type your name into a Google search. I can honestly say my palms were a little sweaty as I did just that. Not that I have anything to hide, or that I feel like … 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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What do Plato, Jill Walker Rettberg, my American Lit professor, and Robert Frost all have in common?

I can relate to Plato’s frustration of oral communication turned into written word. As Jill Walker Rettberg points out in chapter two of her book Blogging, Plato expressed his disdain for writing because of its lack of ability to respond. … Continue reading

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