Category Archives: Stanford Networked Rhetorics class

Video conference between Orebro and Stanford: International Perspectives on Oral Rhetoric

Today, students at Stanford University, U.S.A. and Orebro University, Sweden, will be meeting through marratech video conference to engage in analysis and oral rhetoric activities about contemporary speeches.  They have been preparing for this encounter for a few weeks now, … Continue reading

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Online anonymity

This post was written by Paolo Gabriel, a student in the Stanford’s Winter 2011 Networked Rhetoric class; it was designed to focus in on a particular source or research experience related to his project on social media and digital culture … Continue reading

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A decade after the dot-com boom, the recipe for a successful online community remains the same

This post was written by a student in the Stanford’s Winter 2011 Networked Rhetoric class; it was designed to focus in on a particular source or research experience related to his project on social media and digital culture .  See a … Continue reading

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4chan: A primordial soup for virtual organic art

This post was written by a student in the Stanford’s Winter 2011 Networked Rhetoric class; it was designed to focus in on a particular source or research experience related to his project on social media and digital culture .  See a … Continue reading

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‘The Zen of Social Media Marketing’

In my Networked Rhetoric class at Stanford, my research project looks into the world of social media marketing.  Specifically, I’d like to look at how social media marketing is useful for profit-based companies.  However, this general topic is too large … Continue reading

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