STEP UP – SPEAK OUT – AND STOP THE HATE!
In 2021, the Anti-Defamation League Center for Technology published it’s manual pertaining to research and statistics regarding online harassment. On a social media platform-specific basis, it is no shocker that Facebook accounts for 75% of online harassment. While Instagram and Twitter trail behind as the second and third with 24%. These core statistics are the … Read moreSTEP UP – SPEAK OUT – AND STOP THE HATE!
Social Media Demographics and the Facebook logout 2021
Social networking sites are a mainstay and not going away anytime soon. It is crazy how connected we are to these platforms without giving it a second thought. Based on demographics published by social media management software company, Hootsuite, Facebook is the most utilized platform. Facebook has about 2,701 monthly active users, user accounts in … Read moreSocial Media Demographics and the Facebook logout 2021
River’s End Book Store is proud to present an evening with Nick Couldry & Ulises A. Mejias In-Person and Online via Zoom Friday, December 3rd 6pm-9pm 19 W Bridge St, Oswego, NY Nick Couldry Ulises A. Mejias Come attend this event and find out more about the captivating new phenomenon called “Data Colonialism” Zoom Link … Read moreColonizing Data!
The Camera Lens
The relationship between human and the camera, is an important one. The camera has gone beyond caputuring a moment in time. Humans have used the camera to make successful films, and serve as an extension of human agency. Film Director, Jackson Rose began making movies in 1915 with The Slim Princess Two gentlemen presenting … Read moreThe Camera Lens
The Divine Feud
Image Credit: “Joan Crawford, ‘Letty Lynton’, 1932” by thefoxling is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 “Warner Bros water tower, Burbank, CA, KW” by www.traveljunction.com is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 “Bette Davis” by twm1340 is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Further Reading: Bette Davis and Joan Crawford Fight Timeline and Facts – True Story Behind … Read moreThe Divine Feud
The Impact of the Medium
History to Theory Media history, in brief, can be traced back to the stone age with carvings on stone tablets. Contemporary studies from the 20th century to the present have gone through leaps and bounds of how media audiences perceive messages given from the media and how we access these messages. Theorists like Marshall McLuhan … Read moreThe Impact of the Medium
First Semester of Graduate School!
Here is a research proposal I completed with a classmate. Due to time constraints of the semester we were unable to conduct our study but here it is via LinkedIn! COM503: Applied Research Methods:
Bundle Up! That Goes for Your Dog Too. (Writing Example)
There have been debates between dog owners about if they should have their dogs wear jackets when they take them out for walks? A simpleton answer would be an absolute yes, the more accessories the better. But do not forget to complete the outfit with some nice dog booties. via GIPHY Having a jacket for … Read moreBundle Up! That Goes for Your Dog Too. (Writing Example)
Coursework at State University of New York at Oswego (Undergraduate)
Here are some selected works during my time at State University of New York at Oswego BRC223: Integrated Media Writing and Design This course provides hands-on experience writing and developing content (text, images, audio and video) for integrated media platforms. Students will develop strategies for communicating effectively with online audiences by learning to write concise … Read moreCoursework at State University of New York at Oswego (Undergraduate)