Author Archives: Kyle Judkins

About Kyle Judkins

Student at the University of Texas at Dallas blogging about Social Media, Social Platforms, Technology, and my own thoughts on all of the above. Find out more about me and my interest at www.itxkyle.com

Pencil Vs. Camera by Ben Heine (Review)

(Flickr prevents me from including the photo’s on this blog post, to see the full collection vist Ben Heine’s Flickr site from the link on the bottom of the page) Ben Heine’s Pencil vs. Camera art collection is unlike any … Continue reading

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Trans-Media Plans for The Nature Conservancy

Our plans for Trans-Media uses for The Nature Conservancy from class is as follows: Photos – Before and After photos about restoration, clean up, sustainability. Before and After photos can demonstrate the work and effort of the Conservancy group. Showing … Continue reading

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New Forms of Print Media

Print media is one of the first forms of communication that aggregated information to the masses. This isn’t a story about the history of print media or where the industry is at today, but it’s a look at what print … Continue reading

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The “New” Government

When President Obama was elected into office, one of the main points of his campaign was to create a more open government. Obama wanted to open up to the public so that the American people had access and an open … Continue reading

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The Five Days.

What would you do if you had no connection with the world for five days? Lived completely isolated, had no human interaction whatsoever? You had no contact with your friends, family or colleagues. You lived your life totally alone. That’s … Continue reading

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40 Minutes Without Connection

When assigned the task of reading for forty minutes uninterrupted, I didn’t really believe that it was a big deal. I often read for much longer than that but with distractions. I always have my phone or laptop near me … Continue reading

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“iPadification of the web” – Is it upon us?

Yesterday, Christina Warren published a story on Mashable about the “iPadification of the web” (quote from the article). She writes about how websites are changing the way developers design websites to feel more like iPad Apps. Although I agree with … Continue reading

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The World of Wikipedia

Sometimes when I’m working on a project, I wonder to my self, “Where would I start if it wasn’t for Wikipedia.” Wikipedia is a great tool and makes my life as well as many others lives easier. But how has … Continue reading

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Active Participation for Television

ABC recently announced a new app for the iPad. Its called My Generation Sync. In a nutshell, this app syncs to the show that’s playing on the television and as the show is going on, the app will pop up … Continue reading

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Game Center, Apple’s Other Social Network

Not long ago Steve Jobs stood on a stage at Apple headquarters and announced Ping!. Many claim it is Apple’s first real dive into the social networking scene. But even before that, Jobs spoke at an Apple Special Event just … Continue reading

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