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Weekly Blog #11: Election 2012 – Vote 2.0

April 26, 2010
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When courting votes in the 2012 election, the campaigns cannot lose sight of social media as an opportunity to influence voters.


WEEKLY BLOG #10: War 2.0

April 25, 2010
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The unfortunate issue about war it that, war is a political event controlled by the state. The state has a vested interest in what is said about its conduct during war. Will the state release control of the conversation?


Response Blog #2: Nike Tiger Woods ad

April 24, 2010
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Brands sought Tiger to connect his talent to their products performance and quality. The media focused on his personal life.


Personal Blog #5: Anticipation

April 14, 2010
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I HATE THIS! Please stop dangling the carrot in front of me. I want it soon or don’t tell me about it.


WEEKLY BLOG: #9 – Global Voices: Dominica – What’s Going On Here!

April 13, 2010
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People around the world are seeking platforms to exercise their free speech.


Personal Blog #4: Take your seat at the table

April 7, 2010
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I felt more like a part of a crowd, strangers gathered together for one purpose – eating.


Weekly Blog #8: Wikipedia, the Breaking News Channels

April 6, 2010
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The Wikipedia community not only adds to the knowledge of the site, but also enriches the experience. The community is the segment that polices the information on Wikipedia.


WEEKLY BLOG #7: A trusted body of knowledge?

March 31, 2010
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A wonderful starting point to whet the research appetite, but I would never end my research with Wikipedia.


Weekly Blog #6 – Persuasive Games: Food Import Folly & Point of Entry

March 23, 2010
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Games are a conversation between game developer and game player.


Weekly Blog #5: Google + Massive Amounts of Personal Habitual Information + Commercial Interest + Government Access = Potential Evil/Potential Good

March 17, 2010
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Lucky for us mere mortals Google has pledged “Don’t Be Evil,” both in their code of conduct and their corporate culture.


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