When the Internet makes you famous…

Meet Corey Worthington. He’s the guy with the glasses. Last week, Corey gained international recognition from a TV interview he did on Australia’s version of A Current Affair. Corey had thrown a party that got out of hand, and while he apologized during the interview for the commotion he caused, he refused to remove his […]

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The Moment of Truth

It’s quite a coincidence that the day we wrapped up our introduction to the Meaning of Truth was also the day of the debut of the Fox game show The Moment of Truth. We’ve just spent the past two days talking about how Truth can be a difficult concept to grasp and how it can […]

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Paying kids to learn? No good can come from this.

A school district in Georgia has decided to pay students for staying after school to take enrichment programs. The district admits the idea, in which students would earn up to $8 per hour of the program and earn additional money for milestones like perfect attendance, is a controversial one, but is feels that the possible […]

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A test layout using design trends

Here’s a sample of how a portfolio entry could look on your blog. I’ve used a thumbnail image to link to the full size picture of the project. I created this design after learning about various design trends in the class. The trends I included are: 1. Not showing the full apple. 2. Increased leading […]

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Time – The Most Depressing Day of the Year

Supposedly, today is The Most Depressing Day of the Year. There’s a lot to feel down about this month: the subprime mortgage crisis, stormy, unpredictable weather, rising gas prices, presidential primary free-for-alls. So, it would be easy to believe the theory set forth by Dr. Cliff Arnall, a researcher from Cardiff University, that the third […]

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