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    • Weekly meetings, press releases, and talking “shop” “Old” duties. All of my duties as a graduate intern working for the Public Relations office revolved around the newly selected theme “I Am Dixie State” and its purpose to encourage all c...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 9 Vine has a rapidly growing marketshare for uploading and sharing video (Lunden, 2013). In short, there is no shortage of networks available to post and share content, whether it be text, photo, or video. Uses and...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 8 Founded in 2004, it has expanded to have well over one billion users – with 75% of US college students using Facebook (ibid., 2013), it's more likely anyone reading this paper uses Facebook than that they do not. In fact,...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 7 below, followed by closer examination of the limitations of existing methods for online self-presentation. Afterwards, the solution I build is detailed, and the work that went into developing the software is explained, along with...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 6 Building an open source social media aggregation timeline The Internet provides a dizzying array of different websites and services. Almost everything imaginable is available in an online representation. Many people use several...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 30 Online. Retrieved from http://www.businessweek.com/stories/2009-01-16/why-social-media-is-worth- small-business-owners-timebusinessweek-business-news-stock-market-and-financial-advice Social Network. (2013). In...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 29 Raacke, J., & Bonds-Raacke, J. (2008). MySpace and Facebook: Applying the uses and gratifications theory to exploring friend-networking sites. Cyberpsychology & behavior, 11(2), 169-174. doi:10.1089/cpb.2007.0056 Roberts, K. K....
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 28 Stanford. Stanford University Press. McCown, F., & Nelson, M. L. (2009, June). What happens when facebook is gone?. Proceedings of the 9th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (pp. 251-254)....
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 27 http://www.npr.org/2011/06/29/137507567/facebooks-newest-challenger-google-plus Katz, E., Blumler, J. G., & Gurevitch, M. (1973). Uses and Gratifications Research. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 37(4), 509–523....
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 25 References Begel, A., Bosch, J., & Storey, M. A. (2013). Social Networking Meets Software Development: Perspectives from GitHub, MSDN, Stack Exchange, and TopCoder. Software, IEEE, 30(1), 52- 66....
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 20 anything they tweet then appears on their timeline. Next, I added health graph, which is the service behind Runkeeper. This means that if a user goes for a run while their phone tracks their path, as soon as they finish and save...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 19 Github is the largest repository of open source work (Finley, 2013); many of the tools that used to create this project are already hosted there (including the central framework, Ruby on Rails.) Github makes it easy for...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 18 What It Is The project is an engine built with Ruby on Rails. This is a framework that came about in 2005, and is optimized for programmer happiness and high productivity, letting the programmer write “beautiful code by...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 15 A larger void is created if somebody wishes to aggregate the content they post to various social media sites. As mentioned in the introduction, fully 42% of adult internet users utilize multiple social media sites (Duggan &...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 13 examine the likely shortcomings found in the use of social media. This paper will focus specifically on the limitations encountered in social media for a user engaged in the self-presentation of their...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 12 presentation. Some have went as far as to call it the 'ideal environment' for self-presentation (Donath and Boyd, 2004). Bullingham and Vasconcelos (2013) did a study examining social media participants, and found their...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO ` 1 The Potentially Bright Future of Radio Radio has a bright future if—and only if—it can partially return to its programming roots of being live, local and relevant. Regulations governing the radio...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 96 Appendix 4 Interviews Bill Handel November 4, 2013 Radio Host (local and syndicated) KFI / Clear Channel Los Angeles, CA 1. What is radio's future? I have mixed feelings on that. We thought that terrestrial...

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