Hey guys, its Bryce again, for what may be my last blog post (at least for my English class), and this time we students were given a topic to talk about: a forgotten woman who made great achievements in STEM research. By all rights, many women should have been given the credit they deserved for… Continue reading Reach for the Stars
Hey, Bryce here again, and for what will pretty much be my last blog for my Study in Grammar and Linguistics class, I decided to talk about the merging of the digital world and the “real world”. Now, you may be thinking, whatever could you mean by that, Bryce? Merging? Between the internet and real… Continue reading When the Digital World Meets IRL
Examples of how you have to scroll down in Twitter to view someone’s first post and Tumblr’s reblogging capabilities are displayed below. Also, what I didn’t mention in the video: because of Twitter’s character limitations, it can be hard to start/keep up a conversation with someone else. It’s also hard because you either have to… Continue reading My first vlog
So this time I decided to write about something that I—as a millennial, I think—supposedly should have been aware of. But I have horrible social skills and it stands to reason that if I can hardly keep up with verbal conversations, then digital conversations will be just as hard. Anyway, in my Study of Grammar… Continue reading Texting Etiquette (IDK)
This is the excerpt for your very first post.