Category: DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS

Marketing Communications

Flavor Flav, Coolio, Wade Martin, Katy Cappella, Nicole Hanratty

5 Reasons There’s No Nirvana On The Internet

My digital communications class had a 90s theme this week and–no real surprise here–I showed up with my NIRVANA “With The Lights Out” four disc edition which I refuse to actually open up and play.   I keep the coveted collection hermetically sealed by the plastic wrap that it came in as if to preserve…
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January 29, 2016 0
"Digital Media Still Relies On Me" by Nicole Hanratty (author headshot)

Digital Media Still Relies On Me

While digital media allows me to access TV shows, music, movies and more, making it almost effortless to enjoy art and culture, the technology itself is limited. It can describe and summarize the programming, store it, recall it, play it, label it, categorize or genre cast it, and even make suggestions to me based on…
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January 21, 2016 0
Fall leaves by Nicole Hanratty

Catcher In The Rye and Identity in Media

“Growing Up on Holden Caulfield” by Journalist, Nicole Hanratty* The Catcher In The Rye by J.D. Salinger was the single most influential piece of media on my teenage youth and has stood the test of time as the literary work to which I feel most connected. This is not to say that witnessing the evolution…
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January 16, 2016 0