Monthly Archives: February 2013

Round Up Time

I have put this off for far too long. On the plus side, I did add some pages to my thesis… When it comes to the internet I have to admit that beyond course lead searches, I am fricken boring … Continue reading

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The Aggregate Never Ends/Weekly Review

The future of blogging, in terms PR and ease of marketing, is the topic of this blog post. Consider these two methods of information communication for the average consumer and marketer. For starters, I would like to look at two … Continue reading

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Quick Look at a Marketing Process.

Blogsvertise.com specializes in bringing together willing bloggers with willing advertisers. I feel there are some very important connections to be made with this website and Jill Walker’s essay. I am thinking I will get to that tomorrow though. Online advertising which we are … Continue reading

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Photoblogs => right back to Jacobs

As an academic reader of Jacob’s piece, comfortably situated on my couch next to a snoring dog, I completely agreed with the troubling aspects of market and business interest on the future quality of blogs in terms of information and … Continue reading

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Connections and thoughts in the latest round of chapters.

A-List Bloggers and Cocooning I wondered in our Wednesday meeting last week what the effects might be to have bloggers who, in the process of looking for greater notoriety, blog to A-list blogs with a format and message meant to hopefully … Continue reading

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Weekly Review

A bit of a mixed bag this week. Between grading papers, and revising a failed lesson, I found that my usual group work vigor was much decreased by the online atmosphere. The ease at which I knew could simply hop … Continue reading

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Work in progress-but initial thoughts on a pseudonym blog

Looking at Rant Raves and Obsessions work on a few issues of internet anonymity, I figured I could pick up the torch and give some of my thoughts as to the use/content/tone of a academically driven pseudonymous blog. To be honest, there … Continue reading

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