Monthly Archives: February 2011

Repost from Complicated Order: Web 2.0 and Web 3.0

This is a repost of Dayna’s Web 3.0 post from her blog, Complicated Order.  It was a good post, with plenty of information, but some of the links didn’t work, so this was the simplest way for me to fix … Continue reading

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Guest Speaker: Derek Paiva

In my absence on Thursday, Derek Paiva will drop by the class to talk about professional web posting. Paiva, who is now editor of HAWAII Magazine and HawaiiMagazine.com, knows what he’s talking about.

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Project No. 4 (Case Study Social Media)

For the next blog post, would you please find a case study in the use of social media?  Not just general reflections on social media, but a demonstration of social media in action. –One suggestion was to follow NonStopHawaii.com and … Continue reading

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Guest Speaker: John Garcia

John Garcia is one of the most sophisticated practitioners of social media in Hawaii, with more than 10 years experience in new media, visual arts, multimedia design, web development, social networking and branding. Garcia is currently the digital innovation strategist for … Continue reading

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A reminder on this week’s project (Project No. 3)—and believe it or not, a syllabus

Hello.  We’ve all no doubt had another busy week. Here’s a quick reminder on this week’s assignment. Project No. 3: Web post on the most interesting thing you learned this week about media, about the history of media, about the cultural … Continue reading

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This May Make Project No. 2 Clearer for You

I thought it might help if I wrote down the blog topics for the next class.  Please write a substantial post on one of the following topics.  Not all. And not off the top of your head, so do a little … Continue reading

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Tara’s Communication Styles

Tara Zirker missed the first class, and hasn’t decided whether to use her own blog or start a new.  Here’s her (quite thorough) analysis of her own communication style.  Tara Zirker: Communication Styles

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