Proactivivity vs Reactivity to the Future of Communication

November 30, 2009admin 328 Comments »

The future of communications will rear its unpredictable head in the next couple of years.  We will be lucky enough to be part of this transformation into a world we never thought was possible.  And instead of being part of history, I want to be part of the future.  Having said that, I feel that [...]

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Pirating Issues Effecting the Music Industry

November 15, 2009admin 388 Comments »

I worked at EMI two summers ago as an intern in the promotional department.  I had a laundry list of really cool experiences, from running Lenny Kravtiz’s camera to his manager, to meeting Coldplay’s manager, and putting on rooftop performances.  I had a summer of a lifetime, and it only gave me more of a [...]

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critiquing a website using a third party

November 14, 2009admin 176 Comments »

Oddly enough, I did do some usability testing.  I was critiquing websites and decided to use outside sources to give me better feedback.  When you are having a web site built, it’s important to make sure that these five important elements of web site design are taken into consideration. A web site can be what [...]

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November 11, 2009admin 273 Comments »

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Potential Student Athlete Profile

November 3, 2009admin 222 Comments »

The user needs would be to have a better insight into the division one world. They need an easily access website that includes in- depth and honest information. This will give the player and parents a better piece of mind when choosing schools. NCAA.org is the biggest competitor and this site only [...]

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Fit to Print

October 25, 2009admin 233 Comments »

Upon the cultivation of blogging, news readers have developed new ways to seek their information and current events. Blogging is the hippest way to communicate your ideas as well as what your interpretation of the news is. Look at the Drudge Report, this is a blog that several people visit to find out [...]

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Bridge Between High Schoool and College

October 20, 2009admin 376 Comments »

Our website proposal simply involves recruiters and recruitees. This website will provide the bridge between high school and college athletics. This site will include interactive blogs and ways to communicate with coaches and players to get real life examples class schedules, work out schedules, traveling with the team, etc. This will allow [...]

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2nd Life for the 1st Time

October 11, 2009admin 313 Comments »

My second life experience was an adventure to say the least. I learned a lot about navigating through second life and I had a lot of fun learning about second life in general. My favorite part was that we could teleport around to meet people that we knew. I was lucky enough [...]

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Violent Video Games

October 5, 2009admin 242 Comments »

Violence is inevitable in video games today and as stated by Malliet, “The context of violent stories … varies along dimensions of realism, involvement, excitement, how violence/conflict begin and end, whether they are presented in an erotic or humorous context. Variations in the nature of video game ‘violence’ have rarely been studied.” [...]

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Wii bit of an adventure

September 24, 2009admin 332 Comments »

I babysit everyday for seven year old twins and they love the Wii. Wii just came out with Wii Resort which I will let you know about my experience on Monday when I go back. I used to be a tennis player as an undergraduate, and I thought I was going to be [...]

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