Emma Paul@EmmaPaul_diStudent at USF Tampa, FL. Joined June 2017
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Completely turning off was one of the best ways to spend my day! #HerlihyEME4390S23
Story board for Module 8! #HerlihyEME4390S23
Data mining memes #HerlihyEME4390S23
Produce a result or prediction.” Technology is human made which means there is always margin for error. With an increase in the level of technology, these margins become less and less. #HerlihyEME4390S23
Austin Price’s article on ‘How big data can save lives’ discusses machine learning and how it could potentially benefit patients in the future causing less lives to be lost. According to Price, machine learning is the “process of running data though automated algorithms to
‘Crowd-flow management.’ I think it is good they are finding new ways to make sure the parks can be enjoyable for everyone. #HerlihyEME4390S23
Los Angeles Times’ article ‘Disneyland is tracking guests and generating big profits doing it’ discusses how they are able to use data from their visitors to cater it more towards what they can assume consumers would want. The article suggests that Disney is trying to track the
To me. If this information is being used to determine patterns and not being used in a harmful way, I do not see a problem with it. #HerlihyEME4390S23
Wired’s article about Amazon talks about the information used about consumers to make conclusions on purchasing patterns. I actually like that Amazon does this. Personally, I am a Prime member and I do enjoy being able to scroll through Amazon and finds things that are catered
Social Media and the Big Data Explosiong article by Marita Scarfi discusses how social media goes beyond the best word of mouth and has the incredible power of connecting brands with consumers. #HerlihyEME4390S23
One of Alexandra Twin’s key takeaways from her article on data mining is that “Data mining programs break down patterns and connections in data based on what information users request or provide.” I was not aware that data mining was this advanced and common. #HerlihyEME4390S23
My view on social media.
How the Humane Society does Easter>>
Egg hunts! Games & prizes! Dogs!
Doesn’t get any better than this.
@HumaneTampaBay is hosting a picnic in the park!
March 5 from 12 pm - 4pm.
Enjoy a day by the water with 2 legged and 4 legged friends!!
@Isabella_boza I love that social media allows people to connect with family. I personally do not use it in this way but know a lot of people who do. I can not imagine how good it feels to know your family is at the tips of your fingers even if far away. #HerlihyEME4390S23
@tidafundira The online community has just as much, if not more, than any size community face-to-face. This is a very impactful thing to understand and helps show us how we can create this change #HerlihyEME4390S23
The Zuckerberg article made me realize that progress involves the global community and not just individuals. To have a better world, it takes everyone with similar goals and expectations to be on the same page. This can not happen unless everyone is made aware. #HerlihyEME4390S23
The future of social media holds promises that need to start happening now. Spreading positivity should be more of a trend than gossiping about the way others chose to live their lifestyle. #HerlihyEME4390S23
I was not completely aware just how much trolls were capable off. My understanding of this term completely changed after reading this because I did not know that trolling could be as bad and outrageous as he was saying.
behaviors” (Phillips). Phillips, Whitney. “Internet Troll Sub-Culture's Savage Spoofing of Mainstream Media [Excerpt].” Scientific American, Scientific American, 15 May 2015, scientificamerican.com/article/intern….
“As this is a study of trolls and their linguistic and behavioral tools, readers can therefore expect to encounter a fair amount of NSFW (not safe for work) content, including expletives, sexual and scatological references, and accounts of shocking or otherwise threatening
Boyd, Danah. “Chapter 5.” It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens, Yale University Press, 2015. This quote caught my eye because a lot of people disagree with this. School faculty, for example, try to ban phones for this reason. Conflict is inevitable. twitter.com/EmmaPaul_di/st…
“Blaming technology or assuming that conflict will disappear if technology usage is minimized is naive” (Boyd). #HerlihyEME4390S23
Boyd, Danah. “Chapter 5.” It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens, Yale University Press, 2015. This quote really stood out to me because I do not know a life without reality tv. So, trying to figure out what a “normal” life is does not really make sense. twitter.com/EmmaPaul_di/st…
“Reality TV, tabloid magazines, and celebrity news all provide a media-driven template for understanding how attention operates and helps fuel drama for entertainment” (Boyd) #HerlihyEME4390S23
Humane Society Tampa @HumaneTampaBay3 months ago
It is very scary to read about Alexandra and Alexis’s story because I feel as if this can very easily happen to me too. #HerlihyEME4390S23
The internet confirmed that way to many people have the same name as me. 😒#HerlihyEME4390S23
It is very shocking to learn that “most of the sexual violence against children occur in their own home by people that those children trust.” I did know that there was predation before the internet but I always thought the internet made it so much easier. #HerlihyEME4390S23