December 22, 2005

Portfolio website

http://web.cortland.edu/Hushla60/portfolio/

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December 21, 2005

Last neovox article

Sorry for the lateness of this. I was waiting to get the paper back from a professor. But anyway.. here it is.

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December 20, 2005

Personal Blog

www.myspace.com/daedalus22

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December 19, 2005

My Portfolios

I kept posting my portfolio sites on here, but they would never show up. Finally, I realized that I was posting them to the Neovox blog. Sorry

Click here to view my professional portfolio. There you will find a link to my personal blog.

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December 18, 2005

Not so bad

So I've spent much of the semester, and my life for that matter, in complaint of technology.
A startling thought occured to me late Friday night. I was lying in bed having an asthma attack, my phone was dying, and my ipod battery had run out. I got up, grabbed an ipod charger and plugged it in next to my bed so I could lay in bed and listen to my music while it was charging. Then, I put my phone in the charger and laid it across my bed so that I could stlil keep in contact with my friends even though I am too sick to go out. And lastly, I pulled my laptop over and laid it next to me on my bed, so that while my tv flashed in the background, I could try to do a little bit of work and talk on AIM since I was alone, sick, and too tired to sit up even on a Friday night.
And my revelation came to me. Maybe, after all my whining of technology, there realyl are times that I enjoy it--or maybe even depend on it.

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December 16, 2005

Final Entry-neovox article

...here then is my fInal post and my final neovox article...I wrote the angry first half in a mad rush a couple months ago...the second and more optimistic half just right now...enjoy...I have appreciated this class and specifically our dialogues very much...peace...

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http://christinekanella.blogspot.com/

just in case we need to post our personal blog too, which I shockingly enough, really grew to enjoy!

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e-pholio

Here it is!!

web.cortland.edu/gordon49/aboutme.htm

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Blog Books

I was in Borders the other day and I saw a book that had compiled all the best/most popular blog entries of the year... I actually felt really compelled to look at all the entries and see what everyone else was writing about, and more importantly, what blogs were really so amazing to be put in a book. Who knew blogs would become such a craze in American society?
Just thought this was really interesting and wondered if anyone else had seen it.

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December 15, 2005

Portfolio

Here's a link to my professional site. I don't know, on my computer it looks good. There is a navigation bar on the left and what not. But on my friends, it looks really crappy. Could anyone be so kind as to tell let me know what it looks like on their computer?

http://web.cortland.edu/murray78/webpages

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December 13, 2005

final website

Here's my professional portfolio

http://web.cortland.edu/hendri09/portfolio/home.htm

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portfolio

here is my portfolio... have a spectacular break everyone, can you believe we're done for the semester??

http://web.cortland.edu/dance86/homepage.htm

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Heather's Portfolio

White and sterile. Enjoy.

Click.

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final project

portfolio

Have a nice break everyone. Good luck with finals! :)

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About your revised NeoVox articles

If you haven't already, please post them here. Next semester NeoVox will be moving to publishing in a blogging format, so it will be easy for the designers to shift your articles over. Look for them to start showing up in Feb.

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