Monthly Archives: January 2014

A “widget” is not a a “thingy” or a “thingamajig”

Have you ever drank a Guinness from a can? If not, you’ve probably never used a widget and you probably think of the term as a hypothetical manufactured article that is the subject of case studies described by your business … Continue reading

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Blog post #1

For this week’s COMM57 blog post, we have to write about the history of the company, product, or service related to the market research plan we are working on this semester. In this post, I’m going to write about the … Continue reading

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The magic of the interconnectedness of learning

I am continually astounded by the interconnectedness of all things in life. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in my learning process. To illustrate this I’ll explain what I’ve been doing over the Christmas holidays. I’ve been completely reinventing a … Continue reading

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