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Looking back at a great ad campaign

If you spend any time around the School of Journalism and Communications at the University of Oregon you would quickly realize what side of the technology divide it stands on currently. Apple computers are everywhere in the SOJC and I … Continue reading

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Presenting with flair

So I have to give a presentation in class on Tuesday and one thing that is always good to get pumped up before doing something that requires public speaking is to watch TED talks. All the speakers for TED are … Continue reading

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Twitter-symptoms may vary

So I pretty much failed at a resolution I made to be a better Tweeter, I’m a twidiot I know (I debated trying to fit as many Twitter puns as I could in this post, but wanted to spare my … Continue reading

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Interviews: why being human helps

I feel like there are enough posts between this one and the last time I talked about interviewing to let me post another so here we go. I just finished reading a post on The Hiring Hub about 10 ways … Continue reading

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How social is social media?

Despite all the success from social media it still seems like a hard sell. In my media sales class whenever social media usage comes up in an advertising plan the main flaw of it comes up to; it’s hard to … Continue reading

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The tweet is mightier than the pen

The more I wander the internet the more I realize social media is slowly eclipsing my life. It’s not a bad thing, but it’s amazing to think of all the applications people have found for it so far. With the … Continue reading

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Social division

I just got finished reading a post by Brian Solis about behaviorgraphics which are essentially the way to differentiate publics within social media. As I was reading I was thinking two things, the first being the sad acknowledgement of my … Continue reading

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