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A shley Blume , a novice blogger, asks a question on my LinkedIn network this morning, and she embodies what I spent my weekend researching. "What is everyone's thoughts on blogging? Is it a waste...
Click the title to read on about my discovery experiences over the weekend and this morning. I pose essential questions for deciding whether blogging is for you or not. I'm thinking about writing a piece on curation--websites like Scoop.It. Anyway, I think it's a good read, and I would love your feedback.
When Christopher Columbus lands on the Antilles in 1492 under the imperial Spanish flag, he reports his discoveries of the “new world” back to Ferdinand and Isabel. In reality, Columbus never knew in his lifetime that the land he lit upon was not the East Indies, nor could he have fathomed our contemporary criticism of the terms “discovery” and “new world”(25). His letter to the Spanish Royalty reveals much about European cultures in the Fifteenth through Seventeenth centuries. He describes riches to be shipped back, savages ripe for conversion, and land waiting to be claimed for Spain. Columbus gifted the native people with European “trifles of small value” as he “perceived that they could be much more easily converted to our holy faith by gentle means than by force” (25). While he sees the people as “ingenious,” Columbus also observes that they “would be good servants and I am of opinion that they would very readily become Christians, as they appear to have no religion”(25).
Click the title to follow the link and read on. Be sure to look for Part II as well written the following day (6/22/2012). This is my daily blog, and I always appreciate your visits. Thank you so much for reading!
Technology was also bringing people to traditional sources of assistance, he told the Young Minds forum on Thursday. 'People connect at all levels, and that's got to be the goal,' he said. Professor Jane Burns, who helped ...
I first met Steven Bathiche when I took a trip to Microsoft's campus to check out what the company had been doing in the research and development department. Microsoft PR had sworn to me that I would be blown away by the "cool things" the company was doing, and I wanted to see for myself
Thanks for visiting. Please click the title above to read on. There are also videos where you can watch how it works. I'm excited to see how it compares to the iPad (or if it does).
Alternatively, research in social cognition has commonly centered on individual data management and recall, and has underemphasized the essential duty of communication in structuring knowledge. The study of communication is oftentimes ...
Memes have been around for many years now, having evolved into many forms ever since its inception. But it does not seem like they are going away anytime soon. The very first internet meme that went viral is widely ...
Reynolds CenterSocial media ethics for journalists: Part 1, the dilemmaReynolds CenterThe rise of social media raises a host of questions for business journalists, both in our personal actions and how we do our jobs.
MoneyWatch) A lot of folks are up in arms over bad grammar invading the workplace. A Wall Street Journal notes what appears to be a growing shift toward informal writing, courtesy of email, social media, and smartphones. Now, I've got a loyal reader who emails me whenever she catches a typo that gets past our awesome, but human, editors. When she's too busy, there are plenty of readers to back her up. So I wouldn't say that civilization is regressing to the "ugh, me hungry, me want food" stage just yet.
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I wrote a blog on how Twitter can affect us in positive ways, writing-wise. If you're interested here is the intro--Many in my English teaching profession bash Twitter, saying that tweeps mangle language, encourage poor writing, promote the trivial, etc. While these concerns are real, this isn't reality for all. Twitter is not writing's satan. If one is looking for rich development, in-depth analysis, synthesis of sources, and so forth, Twitter fails. However, working on the sentence level, where most need help, confining what might be said in 250 words to 140 can be positive. This is only effective if one avoids the cheats and short cuts of text messaging...
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Pardon me please for being overly personal and sentimental here, but have you ever been so moved by a thing that you cannot exorcise the demon until you've written about it? Alright, perhaps you find...
Click on the title if you dare read on. This is a post written for my blog that I post to daily. Be sure to click the RSS feed or bookmark the page so you can return for more articles. I know that this takes up your valuable time, and I appreciate it. I always keep the content relevant, current, and informational, and the entries usually enclude multimedia content. In case you get lost between here and there, the link is: http://darinhammondbyui.weebly.com/social-media-science-technology.html#.T-eKUStYvSA I hope you enjoy and that you will continue to follow.
Have you ever wondered what makes Youtube videos go viral or where the idea of "viral" in this sense came from? This article will provide a context that offers an answer. If you missed part one yesterday (find below this post), please read it first, or at least watch the video. The language of Susan Blackmore, I think, is more precise in describing memes than the authors discussed yesterday. Blackmore is the speaker in the Ted Talk. In The Meme Machine, Blackmore says that memes perpetuated in a culture are efficient in positioning themselves to be replicated. Successful memes in the “meme pool” are effective at getting themselves duplicated” (10). The agents are humans, computers, televisions, soda cans, T shirts, etc.—anything that can transmit a bit of culture.
This is my blog entry for 6/22/2012. Please click the title above to read on, and thank you for visiting. If you haven't read Part I (6/21/2012), you'll find it there as well. The two are intended to go together. Thank you so much for reading.
Researchers at the University of Southern California's Viterbi School of Engineering published a study June 18 in Frontiers in Neurorobotics showing that a specially designed robot can outperform humans in identifying a wide range of natural materials according to their textures, paving the way for advancements in prostheses, personal assistive robots and consumer product testing.
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Social Networking Influences Real-World Relationships According ...MarketWatch (press release)"It is fascinating to see people gravitate toward social media as an accepted form of communication," shared Michelle LaFrance, spokesperson for...
Several forces, including concerns about corporate image and branding in an increasingly sustainability-focused marketplace and growing interest in staying on the cutting edge of technology, are driving many in the ...
In his article Toward a Cognitive Science of Christianity Justin Barrett discusses the hypothesis that there are basic common cognitive structures characteristic of the human mind that provide mental tools enabling religious ...
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