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Strava

     This week my lectures centered around the idea of ethics and security in new media. It made me think about my own usage of new media. 765 more words

New Media

Facebook quizes

We probably all do them, the Facebook quizzes that pop up in your timeline when a friend shares it.   Looks like fun to see “what city you should live in”, “guess your age”, “which Star Trek character are you”, “Which Star Wars character are you”, “What kind of dog would you be”, “Which Disney princess are you”, “Do You Know Your British Slang”, “Are you a Redneck”and on and on and on – quizzes only limited by someone’s imagination and the time it takes to put it together.   562 more words

Carpe Feline

#Digital: Why more #data and more #pixels

A few years back most people would go on a “pay as you go” mobile phone deals. Contracts where too expensive and the talk time and texts where rather limited. 560 more words

Digital

What is too much for online sharing

The New Republic has an article about “Undersharing on Facebook Has Become a Bigger Crime Than Oversharing.”  I am confounded how an argument can be made that by not sharing one’s thoughts, it is causing more problems.   1,030 more words

Current Events

The "Sharing too much Culture"?


Can you remember the days you’d go out for a meal, and when it arrived just eat it? Me neither. The days when creating a collage of cute photos and uploading them with a ‘happy birthday to __’ caption were unheard of? 616 more words

Marketing

Life through a filter – Is what we share online real?

Look at your smart phone photo reel. Now look at the photos you post on your social media platforms. Does it give off the same impression? 730 more words

Sharing is Caring: Interacting in the Digital Age

AKA: School’s Out #partytime #sleepingfordays #mastertash 

How are you all? I hope you’re well. And I mean that, truly I do.

Social media is meant to be a two-way street after all… I’ve gotten so used to just talking, writing out my own opinions and thoughts in these blog entries. 577 more words