Monthly Archives: February 2012

God’s Rules

I was reading the Monday, February 20th article in the Journey magazine this past week.  It was talking about how God hates sin, and the reason He disciplines us is because he hates sin and he wants us to stay away … Continue reading

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Computers: Extensions of Humans

Technologies are extensions of humans, a fact that Marshall McLuhan, author of “The Medium is the Message,” endorses.  McLuhan mentions that perception is altered through the use of technologies.  The use of cell phones alone alters this sense perception.  Even … Continue reading

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Why Websites Don’t Have Audiences Members, They Have Users

Websites are inherently interactive.  Websites are for the curious, people roll the mouse over every image and word to see if it is clickable.  Simple movements reward the user, such as change of color (which can be pleasing in itself), … Continue reading

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Photoshop: A Positive and Negative Innovation

I have been alive for only 21 years (22 in a few days). Therefore, I could not adequately say how Photoshop has affected images in our society over the last 20 years without doing some research.  According to Burim Loshaj, Photoshop came … Continue reading

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