Category Archives: reading

Post 2: Lonely Planet’s digital media strategies

I promised I would divide the Lonely Planet guest lecture into two posts, but as I realise two is not enough (or it could have been had I been able to weave them together, something Lieu and Dijana are much … Continue reading

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How do we read on the Web?

The answer is: we don’t. We scan. I know I don’t read. The proof is the post prior to this one. In a document on Blackboard, I was asked to write a post related to the Internet, Web or web … Continue reading

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