In June, 2002, I was blogging about
- A female autistic scholar’s lament
- The origins of Horton Hears a Who
- A NatGeo article on the media-saturated life of Iowa college students
- The function of “er” in speech
- A Pravda article on parallels between Orthodox Christianity and computer programming
- Dr. Toast’s Amazing World of Toast
(I really miss the Internet that contained such marvels.)
- The world has changed, but Shakespeare asked questions that are still worth asking.
- How innocent we are were. In 2002 we were blogging about “A Writer’s Perspective on an Emerging Medium,” by which was meant electronic text.
- A very observant study of how weblogs were shaping the media landscape after the 9/11 terrorist attacks: Online Uprising
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Frisbee is a brand name, but how newsworthy is that?
Making a journalism game to teach myself ChoiceScript
ChatGPT took their jobs. Now they walk dogs and fix air conditioners.