Media Cloud(s) On the Horizon

The Berkman Center for Internet & Society launched Media Cloud in early March, though it had been quietly available for a few months before that. It’s an exciting concept, limited in its current implementation but sure to grow in utility as more features get added.

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Context is King

While working on my PhD at the University of Washington, I taught for a couple of years in an Interdisciplinary Writing Program. The fundamental concept of the IWP was to address a fundamental problem common to first and second year composition classes, which is the lack of context. (A brief aside on “writing in the […]

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An Embarrassment of Riches

One of the great things about living and working in the Boston area (other than a few significant sports teams) is the prevalence of some many truly great universities. This is a benefit not only for the steady stream of students (undergrad and graduate) and recent graduates all those colleges and universities pump into the […]

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