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Outen: Do It Yourself

“The Federal Writers’ Project Slave Interviews,” by Thomas F. Soapes makes me wonder how trustworthy interviews, documentaries, and other historical publications are. We all know that interviewers, writers, and directors place their own bias into their published works. However, what … Continue reading

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Outen: We Stand Together

Imagining: Creating Spaces for Indigenous Ontologies, by Marisa Elena Duarte & Miranda Belarde-Lewis influenced me to imagine the people standing up as one against those who decide to destroy and leave out important information. This text states “much of our … Continue reading

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Outen: Week 6

Blown to Bits by Hal Abelson, Ken Ledeen, and Harry Lewis indicates web sites are cheaper and easier to make which leads to constant web variations. What does this mean for the Internet? Will there be a decrease in the … Continue reading

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Outen: Metadata

Setting The Stage by Anne J. Gilliand states that metadata is “data about data (1).” When I initially saw this claim I began to wonder, how do we know this “data” about another form of data is completely accurate? In … Continue reading

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Outen: Annihilation

During last weeks class we indicated there was a possibility that “winners” posted “his story” on what they want to be accessible to or known by the world. If this is the case, how do we know we can count … Continue reading

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Outen : Dennis Baron

Denis Baron’s “The Stages of Literacy Technology,” influenced me to realize how much we humans rely on computers and the importance of human labor. Baron’s article indicates, “The speaker of the House of Representatives suggested that inner-city children should try … Continue reading

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Outen: Facing The Real Issue

Amanda Enayati’s “Facebook: The Encyclopedia of beauty?” brought the terms insecurity and poor leadership to my attention. Dina Borzekowski indicates, “Social networking sites are part of the ubiquitous media landscape that shapes what children come to know as society’s body … Continue reading

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Outen 1/12/16

Nicholas Carr’s “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” influenced me to think about the world wide web’s impact on the reading capabilities of human beings. The statement ” The more they use the web, the more they have to fight to … Continue reading

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