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posted Oct 17, 2011, 9:23 AM by Logan Gebhards

I personally liked the assembly a lot.  I thouhgt that they tied in the music and movie clips very well with the storys. I had a good learning experince on some of the storys that they told.  I no the severity of texting and driving and I find myself holding back from it more and waiting till I get to my desenation.  I enjoyed the assembly because they did a very good job of relating the events to us teens.  The assembly was an eye opening experince for me.  I also realized the danger to some people on how much damaged could be done when people make fun of other people.  The assembly did a very good job and I think they should show it every year and to every school. 


posted Sep 12, 2011, 10:22 AM by Logan Gebhards

I am glad to see that the people in New York are trying to do as much as they can to help remember the people that were killed on that day.  The people are doing their best to not be offensive to any one or to be to harsh on someone.  I also like to see that some of the major businesses are contrubuting to this like at&t and providing donations.  Some people are selling items and giving like ten percent of the income to the memorial and museum for 9/11.  The people in New York are doing a very good job around the community for the familys and freinds that were lost on that day.  I don't like that the fact that some people are using this memorial to make some profit off this. 

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posted Sep 12, 2011, 9:23 AM by Logan Gebhards

Comunication has changed a lot over the years like how we contact people. Cell phones have impacted the world majorly for instance texting. Texting is a quick and easy way to get a hold of people. There has been a lot of social sites created to stay intact with your friends and family over the internet. facebook and twitter have been created to add new people and meet new people over the internet. When I read about digital era I knew I wanted to do it, because i was very intrested in how technoligy has become so advanced over the years and our comunication has stregthned.  It is a lot easier these days to get a hold of people then it was 20 years before.

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posted Sep 12, 2011, 9:18 AM by Logan Gebhards

Some dangers in blogging may be cyberbullying other students and being harsh to them.  Another problem may be giving away to much personal information to the public.  I think that a very legitimate is giving out your infomation to the internet. People can easily find out your personal information.  I think some other issues that were not discussed in the texts may be sexual harresment, maybe from older people.  Students should be careful what they say on blogging and be careful what they put out on blogging.  One rule may be put fake names that the whole class would know what to call you by.  Second one may be to double check everything before you put it out on the internet.

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