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Social Rhetwork: Format and It's Impact - What I have to Say about Writing, and What Your Writing has to Say about You

Podcast created by Chris Anderson for ENG 210:  Intro to Rhetoric and Writing.

In this podcast, I reflect on the threshold concepts which have influenced my writing process. 35 more words

ENG 210

Social Rhetwork: Net Neutrality, and How Chairman Pai Avoids Talking about It

Podcast created by Chris Anderson for ENG 210:  Intro to Rhetoric and Writing.

This podcast closely examines the terministic screens used by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai in his discussions about Net Neutrality. 21 more words

ENG 210

Social Rhetwork: Why Sophists are Plaguing our Academies and What Aristotle is Doing to Stop Them

Podcast created by Chris Anderson for ENG 210:  Intro to Rhetoric and Writing.

This podcast provides an explanation of the three primary Ancient Greek schools of thought. 24 more words

ENG 210

The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More by Chris Anderson

The New York Times bestseller that introduced the business world to a future that’s already here–now in paperback with a new chapter about Long Tail Marketing and a new epilogue. 108 more words

Business Ownership

Introducing ... The Audacious Project, a new model to inspire change at scale

How can nonprofits, social entrepreneurs and individuals join forces to impact the future? TED Curator Chris Anderson unveils an exciting new collaboration to fund bold ideas. 2,471 more words

We Humans

Profile: Heavy Metallists Owl Maker

Connecticut’s Owl Maker just released their heavy metal infused debut Paths Of the Slain digitally via their Bandcamp page and will be following this edition with a physical version later in the year. 988 more words

Interviews

Part 3: "The Long Tail" by Chris Anderson

We, sometimes unknowingly and unwillingly, demand everything. We demand to be liked, we demand to be interested, we demand whatever we want. There’s a video I recently watched called “Millennials in the Workplace” by Simon Sinek. 1,529 more words

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