30 Matching Annotations
  1. Nov 2018
  2. Apr 2018
    1. "delete Facebook".

      A reasonable individual decision, but, again, a privileged one to be able make.

    2. A lot of people can't afford to pay for a service around the world

      This is an interesting point to grapple with. Is the position that we should pay for these services a privileged one?

  3. Mar 2018
    1. e need to see the Web as aconstantly replenished source of textual materials for study. We should beasking students to bring back examples from sites of interest to them and todiscuss the positions taken, the quality of various presentations, and theirown views of the matters at hand.

      Yes!

    2. There is a lot of writing on theWeb

      And so then also a lot of reading, "well or badly."

  4. Sep 2017
  5. Aug 2017
    1. nts of sexual biology and therituals of consumer culture. He explores other mass-produced and mass-con-sumed cultural forms, including visual representa

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      But why?!

  6. Jul 2017
  7. Sep 2016
    1. On Principalities

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      This title has a pretty different connotation in my opinion. Probably wouldn't be a rapper named after the author then:

    1. ase, Waiter Cohen, Jonathan Crewe, Jona-than Culler, Emory Elliott, William Flesch, Debra Fried, Michael Fried, Steven Goldsmith, Gerald Graff, Evelyn Fox Keller, Philip Lewis, WaI-ter Michaels, Jeff Nunokawa, Andrew Ross, Neil Saccamano, Elaine Scarry, Sally Shuttleworth, Eric S

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    1. new, ensuring a flow of fresh perspectives each year. Nominations to serve on the expert panel are encouraged and can be submitted at go.nmc.org/panel.Once the panel for a particular e

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    2. ss for each of the various editions published since 2006

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    3. allenges, and technology developments is selected. This process takes place online, where it is captured in the

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    4. g environments. The time-to-adoption for augmented and virtual reality, along with makerspaces, is estimat

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    5. , policymakers, and technologists. It is our hope that th

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  8. Aug 2016
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    1. the techniques and philosophiesof American literary realism and naturalism were comparable to those ofan altogether different social practice that happened to share the same timeframe, the developing disciplines of social science

      From another POV, it would seem that literature and social sciences are opposite disciplines...

    2. biblical moments of sparingor purification; and by the concepts of equivalence and exchange

      But is this a Biblical definition of what sacrifice means?

    3. their versions of a culture’s story

      Key that it's not a single narrative.

  10. Apr 2016
  11. Feb 2016
    1. Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.

      This reminds me of how presidential candidates and presidents always say "God bless, America!" at the end of their speeches. We talk about separation of Church and State, but religion is still really important to us as a nation and politicians recognize that.

    1. Iowa has proclaimed to the world, morning is coming. Morning is coming. From day one this campaign has been a movement.

      As the intro from Vox above points out, this is a clear call out to the most famous and loved conservative politician in the last 100 years: Ronald Reagan. Cruz plays on the phrase from Reagan's 1984 campaign advertisement, "Morning in America":

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EU-IBF8nwSY

    1. athons

      From Merriam-Webster:

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      So, in this case the event will involve a great deal of annotation!

  12. Jan 2016
    1. Presidents’ day on February 15th,

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