Category Archives: Information media

The End of Donald Trump’s Twitter: You Are (Not) Informed

Rob Pham 2021; the year that some people believe will bring momentous changes, and the year that Covid-19 will hopefully be a thing of the past. It feels like January was just yesterday, and soon it will be April without … Continue reading

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The Silent and Unseen Jury of Social Media

Jesse Hirtle In the process of growing up, one can assume that mistakes will be made in life. It is inevitable that at some point a wrong decision will be made and ideally, a lesson will be learned. However, with … Continue reading

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History and Future of the Codex

Sydney Boucher The codex is the standard format for what many would consider to be a “book” in the 21st century (see figure 2). Before the codex, scrolls and rolls were primarily used for reading and writing in Europe (Yiu, … Continue reading

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Have Books Gotten Shorter?

Teevin Fournier My bookshelves are my trophy cases displaying the worlds I have explored, the many pages I have turned. Over the course of the years, the basis on which I have chosen which books to read has varied. A … Continue reading

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The Future of Printed Newspapers

Tasso Stamatinos One specific aspect of daily life that has been severely impacted from the increasing number of mobile apps is reading. Inventions such as Google Books, which initially launched in 2004, have provided people with a faster way to … Continue reading

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Newspaper!!!

Dafydd Lafreniere Newspapers are interesting in this day and age for the sole fact that their popularity is diminishing, although, many still rely upon them for local and often international news. I, personally, consume my news through an app on … Continue reading

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