Monthly Archives: September 2015

My hyperlinked journey: writing my context book report

I’ve had this blog post on my mind ever since I was writing my context book report, so I thought I would finally would write it. As I stated in my book report Carr argues in The Shallows that our brains … Continue reading

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Little library by the lake!

Recently, I visited some friends in Sweden. One on of our walks we came across this library: It doesn’t say “Free Little Library,” so I assume that it is not official, but it works in the same way. I thought … Continue reading

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Creativity

In my last discussion post I latched onto the word change as the main theme throughout out readings for initial module in this course. While listening to the lecture and doing the readings for the participatory module the word creativity … Continue reading

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Context Book: The Shallows by Nicholas Carr

Nicholas Carr in The Shallows: What the Internet is doing to our Brains takes his readers on a journey through the history of the brain. His quest is to discover if and how the Internet, which is always on and … Continue reading

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Change

While doing the foundational readings for this course I took some time to reflect upon how I use or don’t use social media in my life. How is it over time have I come to embrace Facebook, so that it … Continue reading

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