So I suffered a fatal setback with my midterm creative project, which probably should have been avoidable. Facebook applications are not as easy to use to steal information form people as I hoped, and I cant seem to design a way to direct enough students to a site and get them to fork over information in a mock scam. So I'm falling back on my critical essay idea. And the outline is as follows:
I did my midterm project (http://wikipedia-structure.pbwiki.com/) on the structure of Wikipedia. I did not want to include this essay in my project, but I want to post it anyway for my blog post; it captures a lot of my thinking on the subject. Wikipedia was the first website named on Time Magizene's article on the Web 2.0, I think Wikipedia embodies a lot of what is new and changing about media, such popularity, accessibility, and creation by users.
Mine isn't as fancy as the rest of yours, but I'm still proud of it. So take that!
I know we don't have to post our projects here, but I think it would be pretty cool to see everyone else's.
Anyway, here is mine:
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