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I’ve live Tweeted my class notes twice and have experienced both Twitter Fatigue and Rejuvenation. I notice that after about 30 minutes of chronicling everything that everyone says in 140 characters, I become exhausted and bored. Maybe I’m just not … Continue reading
This blog was created a week after the first day of class and I won’t even attempt to recollect everything that we learned about. The reading for the week was Zandt’s Share This and Jarah led us in an activity … Continue reading
Last class, we spent a lot of time mulling over the ways in which we can now read books. We can read them in the traditional form, on a Kindle, nook, or iPad, and on the computer. I think our … Continue reading
We live in an information saturated environment. We only pretend that information is free flowing and unstoppable. Acknowledging physical limitations is not enough. We must look at our hands and see the blood that drips from them. Every notebook gathering … Continue reading