Tag Archives: Media Convergence

“I can’t talk, I’m texting!”

I was in New York City this past weekend exploring the sights; my mom and aunt really wanted to see the Rockefeller Christmas tree and I like to use any excuse I can to travel and explore for a weekend, … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead to the World of the iPhone 20

Today I present to you a really cool video I first saw a few months ago when one of my Facebook friends shared it. The video was produced by the glass company Corning and shows us a potential future in which … Continue reading

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The Human Microphone #OccupiesWallStreet

I just searched “Occupy Wall Street” (OWS) on Google News and in a quarter of a second I had 29, 300 results. That’s a lot of news coverage on one topic. To say that mass news media coverage of this liberal American protest … Continue reading

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(Digital) Life After Death Creates Modern Day Ghosts

This week I hope to inspire you to think about something that’s most likely going to become a big dilemma for you and/or your loved ones in the future. If you are active on social media and you continue to … Continue reading

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A Message in a Bottle (Facebook, Skype, and International Communication)

This post was written on June 21st because I left for a trip to Europe and would not have had the time or the access to the Internet that I usually have to meet my regular Wednesday deadlines. This post … Continue reading

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