Revision history for Chap4DescriptionSSP


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Last edited on 2009-01-28 23:18:23 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is used a communicative device that is organized in a chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color (most specifically green), followed by the means in which Bill posted the story (appearing in just ordinary black ink), and then reference to any comments that have or can be made (expressed in red ink). The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link that can be to checked further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: every picture contains a pair of sneakers in it as a focal point, followed by some sort of background. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, a great variety of other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance with everything else lying within the margins. One common occurrence seen a few times throughout the posts is that they begin with the word 'I'. A few main themes portrayed throughout Bill's blogs include his outlook on the technological world and how impatient he can be at times.
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in a chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color (most specifically green), followed by the means in which Bill posted the story (appearing in just ordinary black ink), and then reference to any comments that have or can be made (expressed in red ink). The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link that can be to checked further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: every picture contains a pair of sneakers in it as a focal point, followed by some sort of background. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, a great variety of other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance with everything else lying within the margins. One common occurrence seen a few times throughout the posts is that they begin with the word 'I'. A few main themes portrayed throughout Bill's blogs include his outlook on the technological world and how impatient he can be at times.


Revision [2929]

Edited on 2009-01-28 23:16:26 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in a chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color (most specifically green), followed by the means in which Bill posted the story (appearing in just ordinary black ink), and then reference to any comments that have or can be made (expressed in red ink). The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link that can be to checked further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: every picture contains a pair of sneakers in it as a focal point, followed by some sort of background. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, a great variety of other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance with everything else lying within the margins. One common occurrence seen a few times throughout the posts is that they begin with the word 'I'. A few main themes portrayed throughout Bill's blogs include his outlook on the technological world and how impatient he can be at times.
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere feel free and is entitled to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what the latest happenings are within the world of technology. Some members respond to the posts in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved with today, it is no surprise how different his posts range from one to another. Some posts feed off of former work of Bill's, which is why "Also relevant" links are associated with specific stories. From being a professor, a big internet programmer, and everything else that he has done, he feels free to share anything and everything with his members and other viewers. There is no orderly fashion when he composes a new post but is consistent with the format, extra links that are connected with his latest posts, and is always open to responses, in which he is also not worried about the fact that they can very well range from anything and everything. Another common theme seen throughout the first few posts by Bill include how short of an attention span he has, which possibly can be related to the the various lengths of his posts from time-to-time.
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in a chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color (most specifically green), followed by the means in which Bill posted the story (appearing in just ordinary black ink), and then reference to any comments that have or can be made (expressed in red ink). The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: every picture contains a pair of sneakers in it as a focal point, followed by some sort of background. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance with everything else lying within the margins. One common occurrence seen a few times throughout the posts is that they begin with the word 'I'. A few main themes portrayed throughout his blogs include his
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what the latest happenings are within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved with today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some posts feed off of former work, which is why "Also relevant" links are associated with specific stories. From being a professor, a big internet programmer, and everything else that he has done, he feels free to share anything and everything with his members and other viewers. There is no orderly fashion when he composes a new post but is consistent with the format, extra links that are connected with his latest posts, and is always open to responses, in which he is also not worried that it can very well range from anything and everything. Another common theme seen throughout the first few posts by Bill include how short of an attention span he has. Possibly this can be related to the the various lengths of his posts from time-to-time because he can't talk about more than one topic for too long or else he loses his train of thought.


Revision [2922]

Edited on 2009-01-28 23:07:57 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in a chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color (most specifically green), followed by the means in which Bill posted the story (appearing in just ordinary black ink), and then reference to any comments that have or can be made (expressed in red ink). The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: every picture contains a pair of sneakers in it as a focal point, followed by some sort of background. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance with everything else lying within the margins. One common occurrence seen a few times throughout the posts is that they begin with the word 'I'. A few main themes portrayed throughout his blogs include his
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what the latest happenings are within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved with today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some posts feed off of former work, which is why "Also relevant" links are associated with specific stories. From being a professor, a big internet programmer, and everything else that he has done, he feels free to share anything and everything with his members and other viewers. There is no orderly fashion when he composes a new post but is consistent with the format, extra links that are connected with his latest posts, and is always open to responses, in which he is also not worried that it can very well range from anything and everything. Another common theme seen throughout the first few posts by Bill include how short of an attention span he has. Possibly this can be related to the the various lengths of his posts from time-to-time because he can't talk about more than one topic for too long or else he loses his train of thought.
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in a chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color (most specifically green), followed by the means in which Bill posted the story (appearing in just ordinary black ink), and then reference to any comments that have or can be made (expressed in red ink). The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: every picture contains a pair of sneakers in it as a focal point, followed by some sort of background. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance with everything else lying within the margins. One common occurrence seen a few times throughout the posts is that they begin with the word 'I'.
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what the latest happenings are within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved with today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some posts feed off of former work, which is why "Also relevant" links are associated with specific stories. From being a professor, a big internet programmer, and everything else that he has done, he feels free to share anything and everything with his members and other viewers. There is no orderly fashion when he composes a new post but is consistent with the format, extra links that are connected with his latest posts, and is always open to responses, in which he is also not worried that it can very well range from anything and everything.


Revision [2917]

Edited on 2009-01-28 23:03:52 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in a chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color (most specifically green), followed by the means in which Bill posted the story (appearing in just ordinary black ink), and then reference to any comments that have or can be made (expressed in red ink). The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: every picture contains a pair of sneakers in it as a focal point, followed by some sort of background. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance with everything else lying within the margins. One common occurrence seen a few times throughout the posts is that they begin with the word 'I'.
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what the latest happenings are within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved with today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some posts feed off of former work, which is why "Also relevant" links are associated with specific stories. From being a professor, a big internet programmer, and everything else that he has done, he feels free to share anything and everything with his members and other viewers. There is no orderly fashion when he composes a new post but is consistent with the format, extra links that are connected with his latest posts, and is always open to responses, in which he is also not worried that it can very well range from anything and everything.
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: they contain a pair of sneakers in it. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance.
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what is the latest happening within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved in today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some feed off of former work, which is why "Also relevant" links are associated with specific stories. From being a professor,


Revision [2909]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:52:25 by StephaniePeterson
Additions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. The pictures at the top of the page do have one thing in common though: they contain a pair of sneakers in it. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance.
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance.


Revision [2907]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:49:10 by StephaniePeterson
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The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what is the latest happening within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved in today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some feed off of former work, which is why "Also relevant" links are associated with specific stories. From being a professor,
Deletions:
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what is the latest happening within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved in today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some feed off of former work, which is why


Revision [2906]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:47:49 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The blog is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way it follows a column-looked appearance.
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what is the latest happening within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions. With Bill's background and all that he is involved in today, it is no surprise how different his posts are. Some feed off of former work, which is why
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way the follows a column-looked appearance.
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what is the latest happening within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions.


Revision [2903]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:44:45 by StephaniePeterson
Additions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures. Another feature of the blog is the way the follows a column-looked appearance.
The context is addressed to everyone but mostly people of the technological area seem to interact. Bill contributes in many ways to his blog and expresses his interests with the public, making the atmosphere free to anyone who is interested in his featured stories (the members of the blog can be seen with the application on the right-hand side of the blog). The environment is laid back and content as Bill is very random and feels free to share whatever is on his mind at the moment. He talks about things in his life as well as what is the latest happening within the world of technology. Some members respond in the comment section and with varying lengths. Some pose questions while others offer their opinions.
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures.
The context app


Revision [2899]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:36:40 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, and Bill's most recently played music. Links upon links are seen throughout the blog as well as various sorts of pictures.
The context app
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, Bill's most recently played music,


Revision [2897]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:34:25 by StephaniePeterson
Additions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color, most specifically green, followed by the means in which Bill posted the story, and then reference to any comments that have been made. The body of the text appears in black text and stories that are anyway related appear under the body of the story as a link to check further into. Throughout the text, not everything is exactly grammatically correct and most of the stories relate to technology in one way or another. At the top of the page a few random pictures appear and, also, a couple other pictures of Bill are seen throughout the stories. To the right of the stories, there are links that address Bill's latest adventures, other social networks and tags, Bill's most recently played music,
Deletions:
Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color


Revision [2894]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:26:33 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. It is a communicative device that is organized in chronological order, with the most recent stories appearing at the top of the page. The titles of the stories are in color
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The contains details that include: stories that pertain to technology-related information; random pictures of Bill; Bill's latest adventures; the audience members


Revision [2893]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:23:58 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. The contains details that include: stories that pertain to technology-related information; random pictures of Bill; Bill's latest adventures; the audience members
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. Random pictures of Bill


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Edited on 2009-01-28 22:21:11 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. Random pictures of Bill
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. Those pieces include the following:


Revision [2891]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:18:34 by StephaniePeterson
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Within the Billblog, many different pieces come together to create the overall image. Those pieces include the following:


Revision [2890]

Edited on 2009-01-28 22:11:53 by StephaniePeterson
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Context:
-randomness
- Bill has had many different experiences and they can be applied to many different areas, which is portrayed in his blog
- topics vary and can be applied to various people, but mostly related to those interested in technology
- "free"-the atmosphere is a setting in which the public can feel free to interact


Revision [2885]

Edited on 2009-01-28 21:49:34 by StephaniePeterson
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Blank Piece of Paper
Text:
- Short attention span
- things being related to technology
- not exactly grammatically correct
- content writing
- past connection to BBC but now with this blog as the new media
- titles are in color, main text is black


Images:
- random pictures of Bill
- latest trips
- the audience (members)
- other social networks
- other tags that Bill thinks are important enough to put on blog
- "Where to Find Bill"
- Bill's music
- all the references to "Bill"
- random pictures at top of page


Revision [2884]

Edited on 2009-01-28 21:17:19 by StephaniePeterson
Additions:
My 'Planned Survey'
-Read over the blog a few times to get an understanding of the whole thing
- Make note of initial reactions and then question what contributed to the reactions
- Express the lay-out of the blog and identify how things are organized
- Explain specific images/diagrams/illustrations that possibly drew my attention and try to explain why it made me think in a specific way
- Note anything that is missing that could be relevant to the blog and question why it is not present


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