About Michael J. Faris
Assistant Professor of English with research areas in digital literacy, privacy and social media, and queering rhetorics.
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Category Archives: English 595 Language, Technology and Culture (Fall 2005
Shirky, Clay. “Weblogs and the Mass Amateurization of Publishing.” Networks, Economics, and Culture.3 October 2002. 6 December 2005. http://www.shirky.com/writings/weblogs_publishing.html “A lot of people in the weblog world are asking “How can we make money doing this?” The answer is that … Continue reading
Herard, Tiffany. “Writing in Solidarity: The New Generation.” Race and Class 47.2 (2003): 88-99. “…genuine relationships of solidarity – not to be confused with uniformity – demand that we involve ourselves in collaborative writing, so as to develop the intellectual … Continue reading
Anne Gere wrote a book on collaborative writing that follows it throughout history Adrienne Riche wrote about politics of location Ede’s new book got was reviewed in College English, and the reviewer didn’t like parts because it used personal and … Continue reading
I was reading Lunsford’s essay in Feminism and Composition and she refers to an essay that I can no longer find on the web: Lunsford, Andrea, with Rebecca Rickley, Michael J. Salvo, and Susan West. “What Matters Who Writes? What … Continue reading
Blood, Rebecca. “How Blogging Software Reshapes the Online Community.” Communications of the ACM 47.12 (Dec. 2004): 53-55. Blood folllows the history of blogging and notices how blogging software adapts to bloggers needs and makes blogging easier. She notes that as … Continue reading