Daily Archives: March 24, 2011

Good Networking Opportunity

The folks at the well-read PBS blog MediaShift are looking for a J-School student or two who’d be willing to help out at a MediaShift mixer in the East Village, staffing the door on the evening of April 5. In … Continue reading

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Week 8 Assignment – Multimedia Pitch

Folks – Below you’ll find a detailed description of the upcoming multimedia project, along with your first assignment for it: a multimedia pitch due at the start of Week Nine class. Please read the description of the project thoroughly, before … Continue reading

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Stepfamily Tree: A Portrait of American Stepfamilies (Revised)

I made several revisions to my flash project. On the first page, I moved the text around and changed the font colors–I think it looks a bit cleaner now. I also added some information about how and why families have … Continue reading

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Understanding Retail Sales (Revised)

With the economic crisis officially over, the American economy has started to grow again, and one of the constant themes thrown around is that the consumer is spending more money. This economic statistic is tabulated as retail sales, and when … Continue reading

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Charter vs. Traditional: Comparing Bed-Stuy’s Public Schools (Revised)

They’re super schools sent to save America’s neediest children. Or they’re corporate creations meant to privatize America’s public school system. Whatever else they are, charter schools are controversial. Last month, a panel full of mayoral appointees voted to close 22 … Continue reading

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A History of Tablets Edit

The Apple iPad and iPad 2 cause a major wave of interest and sales in tablet computers. However,  the idea has been around for much longer. The idea has its roots in the Telautograph, invented in 1888, which transmitted pen … Continue reading

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Protected: The Migration of Blacks in America (Revised)

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