Documentary filmmaking has long been at the forefront of the digital media revolution. Making a Murderer, directed by Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi is and will be a powerful case study for many phenomena of our interconnected, media-immersed world. Choose the course: Media Literacy and Digital Video Production; Criminal Justice; Sociology; Psychology; or many other fields of […]
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Michael Sacasas posits that when faced with hate on social media, silence is the best response.
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Did you know you can rewire your brain? Neuroscientific research breakthroughs are revealing fascinating new truths about the malleability of our brains and, thus, the malleability of ourselves as well. Source: This Nifty Infographic Is a Great Introduction to Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Therapy by ROBERT MONTENEGRO It’s startling to think about how we’ve got […]
Ode to Facebook
Blue whale swallowing the world.
Graveyard for art.
Golden retriever kisses.
24-hour hotline: Occasional no answer.
Land of a thousand Stanleys: we show our wares and want to be well-liked.
Our first born, we place in your blue box.
Walls made of war and happy birthday.
Humanity mashed up with a fork.
This video has no sound.
This sad dog will not go out for walks.
May his tears deepen the intensity of your blue frame.