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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Here are the photos I took of the “enduring understandings” you came up with during our final class today. Sorry they’re a bit blurry–the camera on my Droid wasn’t quite up to the challenge of capturing your handwriting! Should have … Continue reading → Continue reading
Just a few links about Wikileaks relevant to our discussion today… “Columbia University Reverses Anti-Wikileaks Guidance” (Wired) – Last week, Columbia University advised its students not to say anything about Wikileaks online (like in Facebook status updates or blog posts) … Continue reading → Continue reading
Here’s your final problem set of the semester: Word and PDF. It’s due at the start of class on Thursday, December 9th.