Here are some highlights from this week’s blog posts written by class members:
- Billy analyzes a very interesting article about a virtual in-car assistant that would detect the driver’s negative emotions (e.g. anger) and help the driver deal with them. Billy asks some very interesting questions at the end – head over and post your thoughts!
- Becky posts some thoughts and questions about the readings – while this is not a class requirement for now, it is excellent practice for a number of reasons: It lets me know what she has or hasn’t understood and helps me figure out what questions I need to answer; It lets me know that she’s done the readings – which is good PR for her 🙂 What do you do to let me know you’ve done the readings? Blogging and class participation are two obvious options – please take advantage of them! (hint, hint, after this week’s class – my sixth sense tells me quite a few of you didn’t read… )
- Duskie analyzes an article that calls our attention to accessibility issues, which themselves are not very accessible in the first place.
Check out these blog posts and others – and remember to comment, it is part of class participation. Right now, I think only a couple of people are on track with this class activity (you know who you are, and if you have questions – email me!).
I will try to post weekly digests to help you manage reading blog posts, though I cannot replace a good RSS feed reader…