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By Megan Farnel on Apr 22nd, 2014
I’m experiencing a lot of anxiety about the fact that I skipped a day of blogging yesterday when I was so close to meeting my goal, but alas. Instead...
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By Ann Kremen on Apr 20th, 2014
To say that the way that we work has changed in the last decade seems a redundancy, not to mention an oversimplification of the way that all our life...
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By Marlena Morshead on Apr 20th, 2014
In my last blog post I finished with the question what makes Our Second Life special? Why are these boys famous on YouTube and not others? I can...
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By Cathy Davidson on Apr 20th, 2014
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Usually when my blogs are a "response to the New York Times,"  it is to disagree, push back, emend, quibble, or rant.   Today, I am...
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By Megan Farnel on Apr 20th, 2014
Okay, so even though I’m so close to the end of my month of daily blogging, I nearly didn’t get anything written today. For some reason, all the...
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By Harlan Kellaway on Apr 19th, 2014
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The wonderful  Jack Gieseking and Jessa Lingel put together the inaugural Queer Internet Studies Conference (QIS2014) for April 4th,...
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By Megan Farnel on Apr 19th, 2014
Okay, I have a confession. I’m still really upset that Television Without Pity got shut down. And it’s a possibility that this entire post may be my...
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By Megan Farnel on Apr 17th, 2014
So, I'm pretty sure the only thing that got me to finish a draft of this section ahead of even my own schedule was the jealousy I felt about watching...
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By Eugenia Zobel de Ayala on Apr 17th, 2014
 In his book Half-Real, video game researcherJesper Jule outlines his theory on video games being half real: real rules that the operator must...
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By Jade Luthy on Apr 17th, 2014
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There are thousands of interesting and unique ways to give a presentation with the use of technology. I was given a rather open-ended assignment that...
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By Megan Farnel on Apr 16th, 2014
First, a warning: this post, and the article I link to within it, contains spoilers for series two and three of BBC’s Sherlock. Stop reading now if...
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By Megan Farnel on Apr 15th, 2014
So, ironically, this turned out to be the hardest thing to try to write from scratch, I think just because I've written an introduction to the...
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By Cathy Davidson on Apr 15th, 2014
Last week, for the #FutureEd class where students are working in teams to design three very different institutions of higher education "from scratch...
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By Megan Farnel on Apr 15th, 2014
Woo hoo! Daily writing completed at a relatively decent hour, which means I'll be able to check out the eclipse, which will be visible in Edmonton...
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By Meg Miller on Apr 14th, 2014
This post picks up where my last left off: how do we make sense of this idea that even the most well-intentioned forever reblogs, manifest in...