After working on this blog, I’ve become much more interested in social media and digital technology. And while I wrote this blog for a class project, I’m planning to continue writing on the topic. However, to broaden my scope a little bit, I’ve decided to write a more general blog on social media and technology, which you can find here.
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If you live in Pell City, Alabama, then you can. Continue reading
One thought entered my head when I read that kindergarteners in Maine were going to be receiving free iPad2 tablets. Seriously? Continue reading
Apple Stores are pretty successful. They have a very distinct feel to them, and they give Apple users a place to go to check out/try out new items, get their existing products repaired and meet other Apple fanatics. So should Microsoft follow the same model? Continue reading
It’s pretty widely known that celebrities have taken to Twitter to directly communicate with the masses. Continue reading
I recently read a classmate’s post about how she prefers to have a pediatrician who uses electronic medical records (EMR). I thought this was an interesting idea, and a great way to track your medical history. I imagine it’s especially useful when you’re tracking your child’s vaccinations and other milestones. Continue reading
Here’s another way people are leveraging Twitter – in advertising to “democratize” art criticism. Continue reading