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Reading through this abstract, I immediately identify the student’s thesis statement. I can paraphrase this as the issue of social media not being properly utilized by businesses and organizations for legitimate statistical purposes. Some of the side questions that the abstract raises include: What are the barriers of social media that prevents it from becoming sought as a tool? What stigma or why is there such associated with social media that makes it the target
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After reading and learning about the Beebe vs. Rauschenberg case/ordeal, my understanding of where Rauchenberg was coming from was that he believed “his” work (while not 100% original or genuine) could be still looked as a “new” concept given the artistic differences in composing the photo. Also considering the fact that Rauschenberg’s piece incorporates other printed images (which in addition may or may not be his), I get the sense that the piece was supposed
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An excerpt from my own past experience:  Having entered the Digital Media program just 9 months and 30 credits ago, I had a few set goals on my mind that I wanted to accomplish that I either didn’t get to do or didn’t finish in my undergraduate program. Academically, I knew I had it in myself to further my education in hopes of acquiring new and valuable skills in fields concerning art and design. Naturally
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