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Unformatted text preview: Nicholas Gomez Reba Bailey English 102-074 12 April 2011 Text Without Context Response I find it really cool that Mr. Shields thought that the words put out to the world don’t really belong to anyone but the people that read them. They are not in the possession of any one person but open to the public. It really surprises me that he did not want to identify the words that he quoted because of this very reason. It was almost as if he was rebelling against all of what society thought was acceptable and I liked that, but of course his lawyer advised him otherwise but the idea that he had really caught my attention. The digital media world really has changed and is continuing to change over time but in a way it seems as if as it continues to progress other things in society are declining in their production and people are losing sight of them in general; things such as M.I.T. students joining the digital world to make the next new technology device for the world to go crazy over. Now I don’t think that it has really come that far but much of the focus has turned to advancing digital...
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ENGLISH 102 taught by Professor Bailey during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.

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