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The centralisation of the web and the constraints on academic speech

A great essay by Ethan Zuckerman, which raises the crucial question of infrastructural dependency within the digital university. We can overcome this partly through cultural change (e.g. 624 more words

Thinking

Why we need to embrace technology inside and outside of the classroom, no matter how we feel about it

Teachers have always been caught in a struggle to maintain the interest of their students. The issue of classroom management is a common thread throughout the history of the profession; how does a teacher successfully engage with their audience? 2,315 more words

Publishing Blog

Publishing and Power

Several past blog posts here have discussed the mass of information present in the current age. This post will look at the benefits and detriments of such interconnectedness upon social discourse and innovation. 378 more words

Publishing Blog

The Age of Digital Print: A Work in Progress

The history of publication in the modern age can be categorized into three different stages, the first two being verbal communication and print. The third stage we are currently still experiencing, and seeing evolve and expand around us; the age of digital publication. 425 more words

Publishing Blog

Fighting Fire with Fire: Reclaiming our Minds Through Design

Note: I’m also experimenting with writing on Medium, so you can find this post there as well!

For years now we have been hearing about the need for people to… 608 more words

New Media

Healthy Ever After: Do's, Don'ts & Benefits Of Fasting [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

In this edition of Healthy Ever After, Erica Campbell focuses on the significance of fasting. If fasting is a new or unfamiliar concept to you, it might be confusing to figure out what exactly it entails and why people do it. 185 more words

Get Up!

The Economy of Journalism

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After listening to Nicco Mele’s podcast, I gained a better understanding of the pressures that the Journalism industry is facing with regards to its economic model. 767 more words