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Post-Private

We no longer share exclusively with family and friends. We post our every waking movement on social media; photographs of intimate moments once saved for family albums are now available for a much wider audience of those familiar to us, as well as strangers. 1,045 more words

Photography

In sight/In mind: Daniel Canogar

Daniel Canogar
Storming Times Square, 2014

Sep 1 – 30, 2014 in Times Square
11:57 pm – 12:00 am, daily

In our everyday existence, we face any number of challenges from the banal to the life threatening and – in dire circumstances of upheaval – to the truly horrific. 2,542 more words

In Sight/In Mind

Robin F. Bachin’s Building the South Side: Urban Space and Civic Culture in Chicago

Robin F. Bachin’s Building the South Side: Urban Space and Civic Culture in Chicago offers a comparatively static but multifaceted account of how different social groups envisioned, constructed and contested the physical spaces of America’s Second City during the Progressive era. 1,209 more words

Book Review

Reddit overtaking a Journalistic growth

Which would you consider to be more of a journalistic source?
New York Times or Reddit?

Traditionally, I suspect you would choose New York Times. 451 more words

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Public Sphere dan Gereja : Antara Realita dan Amanat

Umat musllim mereka punya fatwa yang sangat berpengaruh dalam membentuk tatanan masyarakat secara umum. Pendapat umum dari masyarakat muslim bergerak mengikuti fatwa yang dikeluarkan MUI sehingga masyarakat akan mempunyai pandangan yang sama dalam memandang suatu persoalan. 502 more words

Politics

Review: Blair A. Ruble’s Second Metropolis: Pragmatic Pluralism in Gilded Age Chicago, Silver Age Moscow, and Meiji Osaka

Blair A. Ruble’s Second Metropolis: Pragmatic Pluralism in Gilded Age Chicago, Silver Age Moscow, and Meiji Osaka is an ambitious work of comparative history, but one whose analytical reach exceeds its methodological grasp. 1,066 more words

Book Review

The Phone of Silence

Smart phones are amazing, they allow us to stay connected, informed and entertained regardless of where we are. As a result of this ease of access the rules of when and where it is appropriate to use them are becoming non existent. 916 more words

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