Sometimes it is not a matter of what is said (or being the first to say it) but a matter not being the only one saying it.
I began blogging with the hope that it would reacquaint me with writing. I had taken a long hiatus – Almost 10 years! – from writing, frustrated [...]
“Bloggers are not writers,” Rebecca states in reaction to Jaron’s assertion, “blogging is not writing.” But his words are taken out of context. He’s talking about journalistic writing – Modes of recording observable, quantifiable facts – retraceable truths.
Bloggers can be writers. Bloggers can imagine (and thus [...]
[This is the speech I wanted to give to a group of grade 4 – 12 students but didn’t because I thought an outline would suffice.]
How many of you have heard of Twitter?
Who can explain what Twitter is?
Do you know what it’s called when you post on Twitter?
Now, can anyone [...]
On Wikipedia, media theorist, Marshall McLuhan, is credited with coining the term “Global Village” in the early 1960s. Back then, the Village was built with radio and television broadcasts. Today the Village is being built with Internet and Web technologies. Regardless of the technologies, Global Village still refers to the collapsing of [...]