Daily Archives: May 9, 2011

Jumping The Broom: Have You Seen This Movie Yet?

“Jumping the Broom”, a wedding comedy, hit the theaters this weekend. It pulled in only $13.5 Million U.S. Dollars. So, this is no blockbuster. A year from now you won’t even remember this movie. That’s why you should go see … Continue reading

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“Thor”: The Blockbuster – (Literally)

66 Million Dollars, that’s how much money “Thor” brought in this past weekend. Let me repeat: sixty-six million US dollars. That means blockbuster. Make sure you watch this movie in 3D. 2D just isn’t good enough for “Thor”. http://thor.marvel.com/ Directed … Continue reading

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IATEFL 2011 Highlights: Magical Memories

“IATEFL 2011 Highlights” is a great video. If you were there, then this video will bring back the memories as thick as flies. The memories of all the great people, the wonderful learning, the faces and the places, all the … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism: The Evolutionary State of Citing Sources in a Digital Environment

Writing an essay as a blogger, in a digital environment, fundamentally alters the concept of what an essay is. This is important because it provides us with a hybrid essay form that finds itself in an evolutionary state. For example, … Continue reading

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