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The liquid self – emerging trends in media

Liquidity | facebook.com/RobinFayArts Ooh, this is fascinating for those of who are, as one colleague puts it “multifaceted” and struggle with how to present ourselves: The Liquid Self and Ephemeral MediaFacebook has defined the social media experience for the last 10 years. But more recently there’s been a move away from the “unified self” – that you are who you are to everyone you know ...

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Notes from #gagetssocial / Social Media/Communications conference

Those of you who know me, know that if I’m not presenting or swamped with work, I like to take notes at conferences. If nothing else it gives me an opportunity to reflect on what I’ve learned. On that note, here are my notes from the #gagetssocial , Communications Conference on Social Media sponsored by TCSG and USG.  I know it was a big effort and ...

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ATHICA MYSTERY TRIENNIAL [Art Exhibit]

ATHICA MYSTERY TRIENNIAL 2nd ATHICA MYSTERY TRIENNIAL! May 17th, 2014 – June 15th, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 17th, 2014 Admission: $10 members, $15 non-members / 6 – 9 PM Pre-Order for just $10Catering by: The National, Marti’s at Midday + George’s Lowcountry Table Join us for this unique spring fundraiser! Over 100 regional artists were invited to create 5” x 7” works to be hung ...

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Why the Smart Reading Device of the Future May Be Paper – thoughts on deep reading and reading on the web

This article resonated with me so much. I used to think the difference in my e-reading speed and comprehension was because I learned to read on paper as a child but I think it goes beyond that. I still see many young children reading print books, in addition to their electronic materials. Anecdotal experience from parents and those who work with children (YA librarians, teachers, ...

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