I'm back! You may have noticed my absence from the blogosphere over the last couple of months, I truly meant to keep up with blogging, but things didn't happen as planned. Let me catch quickly catch you up on what you missed:
homework, final exams, summer vacation, class, and more summer vacation--which brings us to now!
Last month, I began the second year of my media and public affairs doctoral program here at Louisiana State University.
This semester, I'm enrolled in #MC7019: Digital Media; Theory, Application and Effects.
As part of my assignments for this course, I will have to blog about our weekly readings.
I actually like the idea of blogging about scholarly topics, as I'm always interested in marrying both the practical and academic sides of journalism.
You may have noticed the blog I posted today.
That is the first installment of my weekly blogging assignments, focusing on the history and politics of information.
If you enjoy academic analysis and musing of abstract and practical topics stemming from the intersection of mass communication and politics, feel free to follow along and share your thoughts with me.
I also plan to start blogging more on non-academic topics of interests, but as always, we'll have to see how that goes.
Nonetheless, you'll have something from me to read at least once a week.