Interview with Kim Vickery about the Study Abroad trip to Iceland
Another interview for an assignment. I interviewed Jeanne D’arc Gomis. She is the Director of Study Abroad and International Partnerships at Arkansas State University.
For this assignment we had to interview a fellow classmate. The interview had to be between 1:30-3:00 minutes. I interviewed Ana Baquero. We talked about where she is from, what she misses about home and her favorite place she has visited in the United States.
Graphics are a very important part to have on your website. Without graphics your website would look bland and boring. Having graphics will have your site stand out against your competitors.
Plagiarism has become a huge issue in today society. There was a lawsuit against Youtube channel H3H3 Productions. They used parts of someone’s video and made a reaction video of those little clips. H3H3 won the lawsuit claiming fair use. They only had small clips and not he whole video used in their video. The main video was of them reacting to the video. They won their lawsuit.
Here is a link to help you understand the difference between plagiarism and fair use.
Applications have made our lives so much easier. We can stay connected with friends, entertain ourselves. But they have change lives for many people. You can have a first aid app on your phone for emergency like Hurricane Irma.
We have apps that allow us to talk to others who can’t quite communicate through vocal or sign language. This dad wanted a way to talk with his daughter. So he created an app for her Ipad to communicated with him.
Applications are changing how we lives and connect with others.
There are so many websites on the internet. A lot of them are similar and yet offer something different from others. Many people create websites to brand themselves while other websites are specifically made for you to connect and brand yourself amongst others. You can start a business online, connect with family, watch televisions shows.
The web has change a lot since Web 1.0 to Web 2.0. It is said that Web 1.0 was “read-only” said by Tim Berners-Lee. This means information displayed on a website was meant to be read with little interaction besides clicking hyperlinks. Many websites were hard for regular people to get published. Web masters had to change contents of the websites. Web 1.0 did have limits till Web 2.0 came along.
Web 2.0 came with easier use for users. It brought along more social interaction amongst its users. It is easier to create your own website within other websites. People can upload videos, pictures, and content made by them. This eliminated the need for a webmaster to post content for the users. People can post new faster with different websites.
Credit for image: Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0
Kujur, Pranay, and Bijoy Chhetri. “Evolution of World Wide Web: Journey From Web 1.0 to Web 4.0.” International Journal of Computer Science And Technology, 2015.
Web 1.0 vs Web 2.0 vs Web 3.0 vs Web 4.0 vs Web 5.0 – A bird’s eye on the evolution and definition