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Putting internet in perspective

This video of 2009 is outdated, but still gives a good insight into how the WWW has outgrown the world population.


Open for communication

One of my personal goals as an academic is to maintain open communication with my students, both during and after classes. In our Asian learning style, our students don’t usually like to openly ask questions or even communicate with the lecturers. 591 more words

WEB 2.0

Twitter and Micro-blogging

When writing content for a web page you need to make sure that you do not overload the viewer with information.  To organize information you should created separate pages, or at least break up long paragraphs with headers or bold emphasized words.   197 more words


Andrew Keen is not invited

While reading the debate on Web 2.0 between Andrew Keen and David Weindberger I became quite emotional.  I wanted to reach through the screen to shake some sense into Keen, I almost yelled at my computer, and I definitely shook my head at every Keen response.   383 more words

Social Media

Week 3 Reflection

Week 3’s learning involved a dialogue on the importance of securing and restricting our digital identity. The web video vodcast focused on the ramifications of having your digital identity stolen, providing the example of journalist Mat Honan. 601 more words

Digital Identity

Social Media and Web 2.0 for Development

“Web 2.0” – you have probably heard it and wondered what it really means. Is it a buzz word? Or could it be something important for your work? 753 more words


Piranha Games shadow banned on Reddit


Sounds like Nikolai Lubkiewicz could’ve taken a class in social media.  This story is an example of how some people still have not realized that we are in a Web 2.0 world.  213 more words

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