Monthly Archives: July 2010
war against the center: a brief history of networks on Prezi Today’s lecture focused on networks as ways of thinking, knowing, doing and being (war, social, aid). The lecturer spoke about the different kinds of ‘Abstract networks’ developed (Centralised, Decentralised, Distributed) these were developed by Paul Baran. He was hired by the US military in [...]
Stuff White People Like is a website I have been visiting for quite a while now, although it provides no information on blogs on an academic level I thought it was worth mentioning due to the website being hosted by ‘WordPress’. The website takes a satirical approach to the interests of white people (not in [...]
For the upcoming group assignment the reading we will most likely focus on is ‘Blogging Thoughts’. I thought I would write a post on this reading because it contained quite a lot of helpful and interesting blog links that I will most definitely be using as the semester progresses. Weblogg-Ed “Focuses on practical uses of [...]
FAIL BLOG is one of my favourite blogs to visit containing pictures and videos of someone or something failing at something they are supposed to do or just displaying blatant stupidity.
When I accessed my blog I wanted to change the theme, however I was having trouble remembering how to access Cyberduck in order to edit my blog’s theme. This website not only provides how to log into Cyberduck but also how to install the theme you have chosen for your blog. The instructions are accompanied [...]
Warren Zevon- Lawyers, Guns, Money