Thinking Allowed

A blog to detail my work at QU.

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admin | April 26, 2010

My Baby is 200k!

admin | December 4, 2009

So, I am not sure about you, but I always keep an eye on the odometer. For some reason, it entertains me as it reaches milestones. My car just rolled over 200,000 this afternoon while driving home from Quinnipiac. I wonder if that means anything… and don’t say ‘time for a new [...]

It’s a Techno World

admin | November 29, 2009

How reliant are you on your cell phone? I only have a basic phone and I personally use mine as an address book, phone book, appointment calendar, camera, and daily alarm clock. I can only imagine how dependent I would be if I had a Blackberry or an iPhone. This makes me [...]

Client Negotiations in the “Real World”

admin | November 25, 2009

The Legal Perspective

admin | November 18, 2009

One of my partners for the final project, WellComm, posted the legal ramifications of our snacktivitymom.com project. We are working with The World Through My Eyes. Please read Well Comm’s well written post for this information.

Did You Know?

admin | November 17, 2009

A friend sent me a link to this video, and while it is from 2008, the stats mentioned in this video are astounding (to me.) Also, relevant to our coursework in 501a. Enjoy!

The Great Newspaper Debate

admin | November 16, 2009

When was the last time you paid for a newspaper? If you are like me, you cannot remember. I get most –if not all- of my news online. This is a growing trend, according to a 2008 Pew Research Center study. Now, Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation is moving towards [...]

Hey June, How’d You Make That?

admin | November 3, 2009

I am going to expand a little on our users’ needs for the snactivitymom.com website project.  The World Through My Eyes has posted about some of the needs that we, along with my teammate WellComm, had discussed this weekend.  It seems that there are even more user needs to consider, and I will now attempt [...]

A Nook Book

admin | November 2, 2009

I used to own an Amazon Kindle. This device appealed to me because (at times) I am an avid reader. The thought of being able to shop for books from the comfort of my living room and have them delivered right then appealed to me. It also would cut down on book [...]

Barley’s Bark and Roll

admin | November 1, 2009