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As the term starts rolling along

As the term begins, I thought I’d write a quick post with some useful links. • Composition instructors know it can be difficult to teach using a handbook. How do we approach the text as a useful resource for students? … Continue reading

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Meetspaces: Going the Way of Newspapers

Diesel Sweeties raises an interesting point, that media studies and rhetoric don’t seem to focus on as much as the perishing newspaper: how much are our public physical spaces changing due to online behavior and sociality? I’ve read a number … Continue reading

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Reading Zines

When I visited my friend Billy from high school while driving through Chicago in June, he gave me some copies of his recent zines (and by recent, I mean within the last few years ago). Billy first introduced me to … Continue reading

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Iran: A Nation of Bloggers

from too many sources to h/t: IRAN: A Nation Of Bloggers from ayrakus on Vimeo.

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pseudonymously writing in public

As you may well be aware by now, pseudonymous blogger Publius, who writes at Obsidian Wings, was outed as law professor John Blevins by Ed Whelan on his TNR blog. The NY Times has a post with various opinions about … Continue reading

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