Persuasion in American Hustle

The film American Hustle is about a group of people who con, manipulate, and lie to one another. The conning a...

Social Learning Theory and E/I Programming

As children grow up they learn the world around them through several sources such as parents, friends, and med...

Networked Culture & Creative Storytelling

In Jim Cambell Leonardo brings up a very interesting point in his article “Delusions of Dialogue: Control an...

Telepresence, Telecommunication, Telematic

In Roy Ascott’s article, “Is There Love In The Telematic Embrace?” he says that current technology is ma...

Technological Intrusiveness

A tiny aspect of modern technology that bugs me the most are the red badges with numbers in them that appear n...

Being A Part Of An Online Photography Community

Today we have blogger Katie Risor from Culture Under the Rocks giving us insight about the value of ...

Online Communities Are Great for Personal Growth

As a photographer it can be hard to find people close to you with whom you can have immediate access to and le...

About Entertainment

Movies and TV seem to encourage people to live life passively. To just sit there, hours at time, watching othe...

Response to "The Psychotherapeutics of Online Photosharing"

Using logos as a mode of persuasion in an article focused on psychology is very wise when appealing to scienti...

A Quick Glance Back At An Internet College Course

My Writing for New Media class has wrapped up. It was a great class and I learned a lot from it. One of the bi...

Division In The Internet Age

I know that we want this utopian ideal internet where it never matters what race, gender or nationality a pers...

Chinese Gangster's Cell Phone Photos

This is a series of cell phone photos posted on the anonymous photo website Imgur.com. It’s believed the...

Content is King . . . King Of What?

This past week I learned a lot about content licensing and sharing. I’ve never put much thought into it ...

Crap Detection

In a sea of information with so many interesting things to see, how does one filter out the crap? I see the in...

So far … Very interesting.

I’ve already been blogging for about a year now, mainly just writing down things I thought were interesting ...