Assigned readings:

- Chapter 1 of
* Understanding Digital Literacies *
- “Digital Rhetoric: Toward an Integrated Theory.” This article is one scholar’s attempt to review different ways scholars are thinking about digital rhetoric. As you read, look for an answer to the question, “What IS digital rhetoric?”
- “Twenty Things I Learned about the Web.” (While none of us are newcomers to the web, most of us don’t really think about what it actually IS.)
- What affordances and constraints accompany cloud computing?

**In your blog post this week, discuss your own history with blogging—have you followed a blog, hosted a blog, or used a blog in previous classes? Leave a comment below with a link to your first post.**

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https://droeske279.wordpress.com/ is my blog link! Hope it works! Still working out some kinks!

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Rachel K first blog post: https://kilburg279.wordpress.com/blog/

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Hi! I hope this is where we are supposed to comment! Here is the link to my first blog post:

https://schmitt279.wordpress.com/2017/01/31/my-history-with-blogging/

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Here’s my first post about my blogging history: https://bernhard279.wordpress.com/2017/02/01/blogging-and-me/. Hope this is where it needs to be!

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https://long279.wordpress.com/2017/02/02/blogging-experience/

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