Wanna see another cool thing I learned at my New Media Class? Click here to find out…… Read More Is it moving or is it not moving?
Hello, hello! For my third assignment from my New Digital Media and Social Media Class, I added two new RSS feeds to my Feedly account and created a list of New Digital Media Influencers on my Twitter. For those of you who don’t know, RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and its purpose is to have… Read More The Feedly and Twitter combo
College can be stressful, exciting, boring or frustrating to people, but you don’t really know how someone might feel about it, unless you talk to them. So, my classmates Bryan, Natalia, Yairimar and I decided to talk about it in a podcast. [Photo by Solimar Acha.] Since my New Digital Media and Social Media class… Read More How college is different for everybody
I started practicing sustainability, accidentally, and unconsciously. In 2015, I changed schools and I met a lot of people with reusable water bottles. I was surprised since I came from a school were nobody carried around water bottles but as time passed I got used to the idea and started liking it, to the point… Read More 5 ways to start practicing sustainability
Hello! I’m back with the posts, but this time it’s better. Click on the link here to find out what I did this time. … Read More Can your social media reputation affect your professional career?
I have always known the importance of responsable consumption and disposal but it wasn’t until last semester that I learned the climate change reality and future that awaits humanity that made me decide to take action and do my part to help people in this situation. So, as a journalism student who believes that press… Read More The purpose of this blog
Today, I post the 4th summary of what we did in my New Digital Media class (INF 115). This Thursday, we learned, from scratch, how to publish a post on a WordPress website/ blog. Likewise, we learned how to insert a video, Tweet, and Instagram post. In this post, for the benefit of most of… Read More January 31st class summary