Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mp3 Generation

CSU-Pueblo political science student Logan Dunnagan considers the Mp3 generation, net neutrality, and 2011s Stop Online Piracy Act. In a recent blog post, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler introduced Access to the Underserved and the WI-FI E-Rate Modernization proposal to serve

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Hanna & Pierre

Musician Steve Haupt speaks about best friends, his work with Virgin Forest, and the difference between playing keyboard and guitar. Steve’s music, Florida’s Dark A.D. and Pueblo, Colorado’s Tangible Audio, includes music video Star Lit Sky.

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Dewey Decimal

English Second Language exercise with Israel & Antonio incorporating the Dewey decimal system at Pueblo City County Library. Although library book subject headings may appear harmless, it’s true that today’s public libraries must consider 21st century conversations about new methods of

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David Lee

creates dynamic open-access community archive projects for public history sound recording, reasonable workflow, and longterm digital preservation.

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