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Losing My Virginity to Online Publishing

   10 Things I’ve Learned as an Online Publisher  Trolls exist everywhere (not just under dark bridges).  Millennials are driven and inspiring.  You can OD on coffee. Green tea has magical powers.  Online reading will never replace the smell and feel of a real book.  Inspiration only comes in the middle of the night.  I… Continue reading Losing My Virginity to Online Publishing

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Blog Peer Review #3 – Audiences and Channels

 Design, Content, and Marketability   Alicia Dang’s Blog Alicia Dang is a second year Communications and Interactive Arts & Technology student at Simon Fraser University. She’s grown up in Vancouver Canada developing interests in fashion, beauty, travel, design, and culture. Alicia’s personal fashion style and inspirations for her blog can be found on her Tumblr… Continue reading Blog Peer Review #3 – Audiences and Channels

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Data Trails and Google Analytics – There’s no going back!

Too Much Information I have to admit that sometimes ignorance is bliss. No, I’m not talking about a particular US president who’s name I won’t mention. That type of ignorance has no place on these pages. What I am referring to is life in the digital age, before learning about Google Analytics and all those… Continue reading Data Trails and Google Analytics – There’s no going back!

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Website Design – SFU Peer Review #2

  Art Bar is the name of SFU student Sarvin Samei’s website, found at artvancity.ca. My intention for this review was to continue exploring website design. I hoped to discover more creative ideas for my own blog, as well as provide Sarvin with some design tips of my own. As somewhat of a minimalist, my… Continue reading Website Design – SFU Peer Review #2

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Inspiring Websites – Audience Engagement

The Search Continues for Inspiring Websites In my search for inspiring websites, I came across a unique parenting site called Scary Mommy 2. My focus this week for improving my own blog centered around audience engagement. I was interested in discovering what else I could do to expand and interact with my audience, as well… Continue reading Inspiring Websites – Audience Engagement

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Yoga Generation – A Welcoming Website Design

Yoga Generation One of my favourite places to unwind in the lower mainland is Yoga Generation. Co-owned by Nicole Whitman and Prestonne Domareski, Yoga Generation is the only aerial yoga studio in the lower mainland – offering yoga in a hammock! As part of my journey in beginning a website, I’ve gone from exploring other… Continue reading Yoga Generation – A Welcoming Website Design

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Peer Review #1 – Developing a Blog; the Online Self

  Peer Review – Sukhi  In developing my own blog, I’ve found it extremely helpful to browse a variety of others, in order to get ideas and learn what works. That’s why I found reviewing one of my classmate’s blogs so enjoyable. It was helpful to see how someone at a similar stage of development,… Continue reading Peer Review #1 – Developing a Blog; the Online Self

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Talking to Strangers- Beginning a Blog

Talking to strangers is something I’ve thought a lot about since beginning my blog. I’ve always considered myself an introvert around strangers; although, I’m more extroverted among friends and acquaintances.  I didn’t realize how often I talk to strangers, until I was given an assignment to do just that. I’ve come to realize that it… Continue reading Talking to Strangers- Beginning a Blog

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The Process of Online Writing – Why I Write

Today’s PUB 101 lecture inspired me to think a lot about my “self” and love for writing. I’ve always found comfort in writing. As far back as I can remember books were important to me. In elementary school, while other kids groaned about having to practice their writing, I looked forward to it. Writing stories… Continue reading The Process of Online Writing – Why I Write

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The Online Writing Process – Down The Rabbit Hole

In the Process of Online Writing There’s something inspiring about writing in a coffee shop. Maybe it’s my lack of experience doing so or the change in pace I’m so used to. As I begin my new semester at SFU, I prepare myself for the excitement of finally beginning my dream of writing. More importantly,… Continue reading The Online Writing Process – Down The Rabbit Hole