Comms_101_Media_Fast - E ric Schneck Media Fast 2/7/2011...

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Eric Schneck Media Fast 2/7/2011 After completing the Media fast I have realized just how much media I actually consume on a daily basis. Some of the media is my choice, but there is still quite a lot of media that I have no control over. If nothing else, this assignment has made me question the amount of media I choose to consume and what types of media I should be consuming on a regular basis. The first thing I realized from the media fast was how productive I was without media. When I say without media, I am referring to media that would be consumed out of leisure. I still consumed media to do school work and for my job. For my classes I am required to read the Wall Street Journal on a daily basis, while I am bad at reading this anyways I have to be able to discuss a major business event at the beginning of my classes. I found that I got ahead in my classes by completing my work well ahead of schedule. I realize I love listening to music all of the time. Whenever I walk to work, between classes, or home I have my ear buds in and am listening to a wide variety of music. Even when I study, I listen to music to drown out the noise of life going on around me. The interesting thing that I noticed is that instead of listening to music I
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course COMMS 101 taught by Professor Lisaswenson during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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