Monthly Archives: October 2010

There is No New Media…

….just new consumption. Whether or not an action is taken upon something is not what is dependant on if it evolves or not. In other words things change if we are up with the change or we have no idea … Continue reading

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Pecha-Kucha

    I can’t seem to remember exactly how- even though it was only a few moments ago- I found Pecha-Kucha. I just got so sucked up in it and all of a sudden the pieces fell together with no effort. Realizing … Continue reading

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Who the **** Are You?

*recall The Who‘s song. I really want to know. Aside from being a cool song it is a relevant topic in new media today. Personal information is at a premium in today’s world. Looking for a job? The perspective employer … Continue reading

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5 Life “Hacks” for Students

A life hack is anything that solves something in a non- obvious way, and at lifehacker.com there are countless clever hacks to make your life more productive, less expensive, or at least just more interesting. Here are my fave top … Continue reading

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Wiki Wiki Wiki

Every time I see the work Wiki, I think of when DJs would “scratch” to begin a song. (I included a link to what scratching is, since lately I have noticed some of my references are from a time that … Continue reading

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