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Written By: rbell on December 16, 2009 1 Comment

Hello, all! I’m Renee Bell, an undergrad at UC Berkeley, and this semester I took French 24: Language and Technology. A topic discussed during the course was internet slang, which I had seen primarily an English variation of, and I grew interested in the internet slang of different languages. The following is an expansion on […]

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Written By: princesspayg on December 11, 2009 1 Comment

blogs, youtube, wikipedia

Before taking the French 24 course blogs have had little importance to me, personally. I have created blogs of my own like live journal and an xanga, but they quickly faded as other social networks began to […]

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Written By: irstookmytoaster on December 11, 2009 No Comment

Well, howdy world! I am Mary-Grace, part of that group of French 24 kids (Language and Technology). To explain the context of this post, it refers to many of ideas presented by Naomi Baron in her book Always On.

So yes, this post directly ties some observation made by Baron and how they may, or […]

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Written By: VeronicaSimon on December 11, 2009 1 Comment

Hello world! I’m another French 24 student and my research project was on the Academie Francaise. The Academy was actually the reason why I joined this particular freshman seminar – I had thought, mistakenly, that as it was put on by the French Department of Berkeley, the class would have a focus on French language […]

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Written By: mfranceschi on December 11, 2009 No Comment

Hello! I am also a French 24 student from the class Language and Technology. This semester we spent time talking about how important and how prominent language is in our everyday lives. Baron’s book “Always On: Language in an Online and Mobile World” provided us with so many different areas on technology that we use […]

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Written By: seankelly on December 11, 2009 No Comment

Hi, I am also a student from the Language & Technology freshman seminar at UC Berkeley. My project was about historical and cultural differences in texting between the United States and Japan. I feel that this snippet from my last blog post relates to an issue that my project dealt with:

“I thought that Baron’s [Naomi Baron, the author […]

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Written By: nicoletta on December 9, 2009 1 Comment

Hi everyone. I’m another student from French 24 writing about my final project for the class.  Over the course of the semester, we were asked to read Naomi Baron’s Always On. In her book, Baron discusses in some degree of detail the ways in which language is utilized and modified in various […]

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Written By: junxelcarlos on December 8, 2009 No Comment

Hello everyone,

I am yet another student from UC Berkeley’s French 24 seminar and will write a post about my presentation on language and technology. My presentation was based on a activity I engage in to pass the time. I watch YouTube videos of some popular Asian American teenagers who make videos and post them on YouTube. […]

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Written By: daveski on December 8, 2009 1 Comment
Bienvenue FR24! What’s the news with language & technology?

Welcome to everyone from French 24, Prof. Kern’s “Language and Technology” seminar, and of course to anyone else who happens upon this post. (These days I think Found in Translation’s getting about 200 hits per day, and we’ve had visits from people in about 150 countries, if I’m remembering the Google Analytics report […]

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Written By: calirollgrl on December 7, 2009 No Comment

America may be seen as the land of the great, with the freedom of speech and the press, but what does that really mean? That does not, but any means, mean that you get to say whatever you want whenever you want. For you see, according to the Supreme Court, there are rulings in which […]

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Written By: ranilover91 on December 4, 2009 1 Comment

So I had to do a research project on something of interest to me in terms of communication and technology. I chose to research the rise, expansion, and effects of text messaging on teenagers. Overall, I learned a lot about the texting and its origins. I am a very shy person, so naturally have the […]

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