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  • See, Facebook uses algorithms to decide what shows up in your feed. It isn’t just a parade of sequential updates from your friends and the things you’ve expressed an interest in.
  • After checking in and liking a bunch of stuff over the course of an hour, there were no human beings in my feed anymore. It became about brands and messaging, rather than humans with messages.
  • By the next morning, the items in my News Feed had moved very, very far to the right.

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  • As we construct our online profiles based on what we already know, what we’re interested in, and what we’re recommended, social networks are perfectly designed to reinforce our existing beliefs.

  • So maybe if everyone would just talk to each other they would get along? Not necessarily: when the red and blue group did talk, it often wasn’t pretty.
  • It is unclear to what extent Twitter merely reflects social divisions as opposed to causing them

  • Actor Wil Wheaton and former NFL player Chris Kluwe also posted criticisms of Gamergate, with Kluwe's being noted for its use of creative insults, but neither were doxed

  • which can be reasonably disagreed with in places.


    Obviously, this is not what's actually happened.

  • "It's just one of those things you'll need to learn to deal with. If you're easily offended, then maybe the music industry isn't for you"
  • It seems almost too obvious to ask, "Would you condone this behaviour if it was directed at your mother/sister/daughter/wife/girlfriend?"

  • Journal of Games Criticism
  • As a professional web surfer
  • one must identify and review the rhetorical effectiveness by examining the ethos, logos, and pathos

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  • published in Harlot
  • It is a culture that can be tracked through history, its influences still present in media works today
  • is, like the jazz he discusses rhythmic and engaging

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  • prove to the audience of his post by claiming
  • when social issues deemed
  • the Hong Kong’s people

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  • Pflugfelder states
  • In further discuss about the issue of cell phone
  • under the heading “Cell Phones and Composition,” Pflugfelder argues that we should not spend lots of time where it can affect our literacies while studying/writing. He brought up different theories from different authors’ ideas that explores the popularity of cell phones and how it impacts students who has been seen it both as positive and negative (Pflugfelder).

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  • An interview with Lawrence lessig
  • The Website I chose an article from the website title: Currents in Electronic Literacy.
  • A reason for this being;

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  • Elena Siemens who is an associate professor, and
  • in her journal
  • She wrote the article in a story format

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