My Privacy Personality Quiz: Thoughts and Results

For my weekly play post, I figure I'd make a screen capture of my thought process while taking this privacy personality quiz. (I'd suggest watching it in 1.25x or 1.5x speed.) https://youtu.be/rYMqn2vISTs My actual results. -insert sitcom laugh track here- (I used OBS to create this video.) -Charlee

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The (re)Tale of The Oversized Coat

Shopping online as a petite woman can be a nightmare sometimes. Since moving to the Seattle-area from Central Florida last fall, I've had to build up my cold-weather arsenal significantly. I tend to shop online a bunch because it's hard for me to stay focused surrounded by so many options in person. A lot of… Continue reading The (re)Tale of The Oversized Coat

SOURCES, SOURCES, SOURCES!

"I asked: 'How do you know if this is true or not?' 'It looks like most everything on the Web,' my daughter replied. 'Look for an author,' I prompted." (Rheingold, Howard; Net Smart: How to Thrive Online, 2012) After reading the quote above, I remembered one of many situations I've had directly related to the concept… Continue reading SOURCES, SOURCES, SOURCES!

Short Video Post: “On the internet…”

... ........... ....................... ......................................... ............................................................. .................................................................................. ........................................................................................................ "...nobody knows you're a dog!" I brought up this quote in my introduction post. Originally published by Peter Steiner in 1993 in The New Yorker, "On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog" has become a symbol of anonymity online. I like this meme a lot because I love… Continue reading Short Video Post: “On the internet…”

Media Use Log

"Some worry that people who live tech-saturated lives (especially the young) have come to expect and even to require instant stimulation, fun, entertainment, and/or digital connection at all times—that they expect never to be bored." (Chayko, Mary; Superconnected, 2017) The chapter in which this quote is grabbed from immediately reminded me of a mini project I had… Continue reading Media Use Log

Search Influence and Racial Bias

As we all know, the media dominates what whirls around in our brains. We consume so much information that we are ultimately subconsciously thinking thoughts that we may not have had unless the idea was subtly shoved into our heads. Sometimes, those ideas that were snuck into our minds can have a negative affect in… Continue reading Search Influence and Racial Bias

GIF Post: That’s us. That’s our data.

Last week in my digital literacy class, we spoke about our data being the price we pay for "free" use of the internet. I thought this gif (created via imgflip) from Adam Ruins Everything was extremely appropriate. Notice the Facebook and Google logos on the two men in glasses. Like the guy on the table, we… Continue reading GIF Post: That’s us. That’s our data.