Journal. 7. A taste of global picture

One could really learn the most when the knowledge is well established through daily examples. I found this is quite fascinating. The last week, reading more about technology based storage of information/ data, I thought about buying kindle from the Chapters.I might actually get one for the convenience, installed dictionary function. This could actually improve my English a bit faster (I hope). Continue reading “Journal. 7. A taste of global picture”

Journal. 6. Your product explains itself

Lecture: Feb 24, 2015

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From ‘50+ Web Ways to tell a Story‘ by Alan Levine, I learned that, indeed, the content production has become much easier than before. Here, I have a surprising example of my grandmother. Grandma started her Facebook account a few months ago, and she is 84 this year. Of course, she got the account through my aunt’s help, but she is able to interact with her families (us). I was really surprised and happy for her. Continue reading “Journal. 6. Your product explains itself”

Journal 1. Identity in cyberspace

The profound scream from Christopher Knight :” With no audience, no one to perform for, I was just there. There was no need to define myself; I became irrelevant…” really leaves me a thought about this publishing course (cited in Finkel M. The strange & curious tale of the last true hermit. 2014. p 5). It’s really an era where people could present themselves in the cyberspace 24/7, and other parts of the earth would see what they have published, review, and criticize it.
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