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Rachel Henderson

Woman Reportedly Burns Down House After Facebook Un-Friending | NewsFeed | - 0 views

    Careful who you de-friend! I was interested in any news around the changing of language based on our use of technology - things like using "Google" or "Wiki" as verbs, for example - and thought of "friending." When I Googled this and looked at News, there were several stories to this effect!
Rachel Henderson

Friending Your Professor: Social Networking in the Classroom | Daily Gazette - 0 views

    While sites like Facebook and Google seem to be taking over the world, it would be nice to be able to eliminate some of the sites we all are constantly having to check or update or interact on or remember logins and passwords for! Just think: no more Blackboard, you're already on Facebook all the time-why not post for class while you're there? :-)
Eric Wardell

Get Started with My IGN - Online Gamer Community - IGN - 0 views

    This is the social networking homepage of a online gaming website, IGN. I wanted to share this because it seems to overtly combine the gaming and social elements of social media. It also, similar to the AXE site, allows users to follow certain products and claim an identity based on what products the user owns in comparison to other members of the community.

    Within the site itself members have some level of gaining badges and competing by listing and comparing their games and interacting with each other. Also, on the level of competition, there are prizes available for different interactions on this site which further invokes the sense of gaming and competition.
Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang

Have online comment sections become 'a joke'? - - 0 views

    This is a critique of comments that users make in response to news items. It speaks to some of the readings.
jessi lew

White-Faced Bromeliads on 20 Hectares - 0 views

    This is the entry point for the work of Loss Pequeno Glazier, what the text notes as a unique online work in which text is generated every ten seconds. I really needed some kind of visualization of this since description just doesn't quite get me there. Click begin to try it out
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