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Information Influx

The internet has allowed people like you and me to access any type of information at any given time. Living in the “Information Age” a person can do stuff such as looking up a recipe to bake online, learning how … Continue reading

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Is Design a match for Content?

by Jennifer Chung Web design has been in the forefront of what seemed like the most promising careers of the current era. It’s now imperative for companies to put their businesses on the world wide web, and there has to … Continue reading

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Internet Versus Print

Growing up whenever I would accompany my dad to the grocery store I would grab a magazine, normally a ‘trashy’ one with a scandalized celebrity on the cover, and flip through the pages furiously trying to soak up as much … Continue reading

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Tradition vs Technology: The Fall of Newspapers

Remember when the newspaper boy came on his bicycle every morning to deliver the paper?…neither do I! This is a time that has become very distant in our memories. With the steady growth in technology, many local and national newspapers … Continue reading

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You Want to Watch Me More, Hear Me More, and Take Me Where You Go, what Am I? Media!

By Marisa A. Gutierrez According to Beth Bulik’s article Advertising Age’s website, or otherwise known as adage.com, Bulik points out all of the media outlets we digital natives have at our fingertips now when it comes to media and that it … Continue reading

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Magazines: where have they gone?

Photo above: YM Magazine, and American teen magazine, folded in 2004 after being on newsstands for 72 years. The above issue is dated February 2001. Going through an old box of books, I found a stack of magazines from my childhood. Of … Continue reading

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The Insurgence of Internet Mockery: Do You Know Your Meme?

by Jennifer Chung For the most part, I’m a rational person with plenty of reasonable doubt. Outside of the radical realm of space and science, not many things astonish me. This is more than I can say for what we … Continue reading

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