A Conversation with Time, Inc.’s Bruce Gersh

 Transforming and Mobilizing Entertainment Brands, February 23, 5 – 7 p.m., Rich 103.
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Website Revision/Update and Blog Reflection 1

I created the website specifically for the use of the class, thus the subtitle “Media and Culture.” I uploaded a screenshot from film Room in Rome with the theme customizer to replace the default header image. I also uploaded a screenshot of Xavier Dolan’s film I Killed My Mother as the site icon. Iconoclastic as the title sounds, Dolan’s film is a nod to the digital aesthetics of the MTV generation. Continue reading “Website Revision/Update and Blog Reflection 1”

Monday Blog 2: February 6 “Where Web 2.0 Went Wrong” by Henry Jenkins

Web 2.0 was introduced in 2004 by the O’Reilly Media Group, initially as the idea that we should design software as a service that runs across multiple devices. Web 2.0 represents a reorganization of the relation between the producers and the audiences of the Internet, and it also entails certain companies’ desire to harness collectivism and mass creativity. Continue reading “Monday Blog 2: February 6 “Where Web 2.0 Went Wrong” by Henry Jenkins”