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week ten reading four

Can You Draw the Internet? Reaction by Jordan Guy   I like this web site. Its a way for anyone to freely express themselves in regard to how they see the internet. The concept within itself is very intriguing. The … Continue reading

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week ten reading three

Apple’s IPad a Great Example of Divergent Thinking Reaction by Jordan Guy Divergent products move us forward. New ideas change everything because they are new. Anything that looks in the world in a different light allows for change. One idea … Continue reading

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week ten readings 2

Math Puzzles’ Oldest Ancestors Took Form on Egyptian Papyrus Reaction by Jordan Guy I have always wondered what our society would be like today if the generations knowledge before us had not been lost. How far ahead would we be … Continue reading

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week ten readings one

16 Tycoons Agree to Give Away Fortunes Reaction by Jordan Guy I have interesting feelings about rich people and their ideas of giving back. I am glad they are giving money but thats only because they have money to spare. … Continue reading

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classnotes11/5

Jordan Guy Class Notes 11/5   the use of new media had influenced every important element of history politicians use new media to look good Harpers weekly still exists today because some day we will help create news and information … Continue reading

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classnotes11/3

Jordan Guy Class notes 11/3   words changed our perception lettering on Trajan column was inspiration for modern letter forms it created times new roman, what this is written in the type face is very important because it says a … Continue reading

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classnotes11/1

Jordan Guy NMD 100 Class notes 11/1 words allowed the greeks to create a real society Alexander the great brought a very classical view point to the world a huge amount of knowledge was collected over time. Which all had … Continue reading

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