How Iowa Flattened Literature is one of those pieces that makes you go hmm. It echoes a few works a I’ve read that deal with the post war America and the Cold War.
[pe2-image src=”http://lh6.ggpht.com/-WBJEzkYQI7c/Ujd0QXuxyHI/AAAAAAAAFcg/wuc8Mxxsez0/s144-o/IMG_1222.JPG” href=”https://picasaweb.google.com/102969714731413365481/20130916#5924331659426121842″ caption=”One of the fun things I read last week, and Yes I do notecards to track what I read.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_1222.JPG” ] I’ve been trying and failing to manage my research and writing for years now. Mostly, I’ve failed miserably. I’ve tried Zotero. I’ve tried using just Evernote. Nothing work and I […]
The first three chapters of this book discussed the basics of the internet and world-wide web. Chapter one was really just “calming” voice or more appropriately a pep talk about what is actually needed to design websites. This chapter discussed some of the players who are involved with web designed. I was most attracted to […]
Today’s reads are Lloyd, Annemare. Information Literacy Landscapes: Information Literacy in education, workplace and everyday life. Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2010. Browne, M. Neil and Stuart M. Keeley. Asking the Right Question: A Guide to Critical Thinking. 9th edition. Upper Saddle, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2010. Mostly spent about half an hour skimming each of these. I’m really looking forward to […]