Monthly Archives: January 2013

Module 5: Major Blog- Nothing is Original

In the previous blog, the central topic was focused around the emergence of consumer-producers. There is a whole fleet of amateur directors, composers, musicians, songwriters etc, that have begun to┬ásolidify a place for themselves within the online world. Social media … Continue reading

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Module 5 Minor Blog: Online consumption/Production – Prefering One Sided Communication

I’m sure I speak for many of us when I say that online consumption takes up a good chunk of our daily time. (Especially in the wee hours of the night!) The other day I visited YouTube to check out … Continue reading

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Module 4 Major Blog – Smart Phones Dumb Users?

I concluded my last entry with a question: Do smart phones make us smarter? By reading my previous blog I would assume that my general animosity toward the trend of the smart phone is conveyed. In this case, it will … Continue reading

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Module 4: Minor Blog- The Smart Phone Market

Recently, I have come to a cross roads in life. For the longest time, three whole years to be exact, I was the proud owner of an LG Rumour flip phone. I first got it in highschool and it carried … Continue reading

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