Writing in a Nonstop World – NYTimes.com – NYTimes.com

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Daily interactions with computers leave consumers new choices in “Netiquette”.   A program titled, “Quip” allows individuals to nod in agreement when an individual is speaking similarly to the “Facebook” option to “Like” a posting.  Our brave, new world of compiling and sorting data requires new platforms of learning and interacting.  Where will we go with these innovations in higher education? You might want to check out this article to find out.



Writing in a Nonstop World – NYTimes.com – NYTimes.com.

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