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Vlog and Roll

Putting your ideas into your output is difficult especially when you do not know how to do it. That’s why of all the great and creative ideas we thought of for the vlog (video blog), we were only able to use the ones that fit our abilities in terms of editing. It appears that computer literacy (or you may say “computer application literacy”) is now an added factor for competitiveness, unlike before.

The vlog at the end of this entry shows the evolution of communication as humans’ activity, society, and tools change. I also placed the links to my other classmates’ vlogs that you will surely enjoy to watch.

Before you watch the vlog below or from the other links listed at the bottom, I would like to share how impressed I am with the uses of dashboards and netvibes discussed in our class last Saturday. I now know that there is an easier way to manage your online accounts, follow others’ links, and know updates with just one open window in your browser.

Other recommended vlogs:

Help: A Concise History of Communication

Adam and Eve

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  1. July 28, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    Great vlog! Jasper was right–yours was the most informative. 🙂 I’m amazed at how you fit all those info in a simple 3-minute video.

    Thanks for linking, Nikki. 🙂

  2. August 9, 2009 at 1:56 am

    I love it’s NGC or DC appeal! :>

    Thanks for linking ours Nikki!

  3. Ace Acosta
    October 27, 2009 at 7:35 pm

    congrats to us nikki!

  4. jorron monroy
    October 27, 2009 at 8:30 pm

    ok. So our Vlog is not recommended? cool! anyways, congratulation to your ‘sinekwela-ish’ video.

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