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    In a world full of social interaction through social media, Tumblr could be one of the most active and connecting places to find online. With blogs to discover, and post after post to see, people are connecting daily on the six-year-old microblogging site. Through liking and reblogging, or reposting to your won blog, other people on Tumblr can express their like or dislike for content posted by users in the community. Members from all over the world can connect with one another through sending messages, anonymous or not, to people they know or blogs they enjoy. Information spreads fast on the site, and news can be found in every corner of the website, It’s easy for conversation and debate to form through the ability to post and comment on…

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    Levine ENC 1102 University of Central Florida Annotated Bibliography: Tumblr Research Question: How do users of Tumblr get more followers than others? Anthony Scott. "Where the Money Is in the Tumblr Deal?" Harvard Business Review, 03 July 2013. Web. 7 Aug 2015. This article written for the Harvard Business Review explicates the business model basics of Tumblr and validates the ongoing Yahoo's decision to acquire it over. The article analyzes Tumblr as a newly sprung e-commerce venture, which…

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    Tumblr Research Paper

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    While most members of the Tumblr community praised Tumblr staff for finally taking a stand against blogs that promote self harm by banning them, the owners of these blogs lost their support platform and were forced to internalize their emotions. Bulimia, anorexia, and self harm aren't lifestyles, but mental illnesses, and with mental illnesses, support groups are vital to recovery. The banning of their blogs inevitably only exacerbated their sickness and if Tumblr banning the blogs created more…

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    I got this idea for the creative response from some pictures I saw on a website called Tumblr. I saw a picture of someone creating art in a book and I thought i’d give it a go. I did plenty of research to ensure the creative task was accurate and relevant to the 1980s. This includes doing extensive research in finding out what the social values were at the time and the opinions of people at the time, especially young people. Also, because my main chosen topic to focus on is music, I did lots of…

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    Compare Contrast ICTs: Tumblr and Instagram Tumblr and Instagram are two widely known social media outputs. And because of the fact that they are both information and communication technologies, it brings up the fact of freedom of expression. Though the two apps are very similar yet also vastly different, and it’s all in how they help users communicate to their audiences. They’re both great social media platforms that help people express themselves in the easiest way but they also differ in a…

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    Surfing through Tumblr is a favorite pastime of mine. Recently, I stumbled across an article by an author, furious at the body positivity community, particularly in the idea of self care. What this author wrote is not worth repeating, but in essence, they stated that they thought self-care was lazy and not something to encourage. In response to this article, I will do my best, to react in a respectful manner, bearing in mind that everyone is entitled to express their own opinions weather or…

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    Being the curious 13-year-old girl I was made me want to try it. I made a Tumblr account after I finished reading her email. At first, I did not know how to work it. So I just shot the whole idea down. I told her that it was stupid and we argued about if . it was asinine or not. Then she gave me a list of people to follow. She explained to me the concept of “Tumblr famous” people. She told me, “Tumblr is not foolish. You are the one that does not know how to work it. You probably follow the…

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    Known as “America’s Diner”, Denny’s is perhaps best known for their round-the-clock breakfast service, wholesome image, and commitment to diversity. Even their official Facebook page illustrates this portrayal with its formal language, warm photography, and frequent charitable events. However, if one was to look at their other forms of social media, namely their Tumblr page, there would be an entirely different reading of their brand status. It is on their Tumblr where Denny’s posts humorous…

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    Straightedge Vs Pop Punk

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    Over the past couple years, I have started to become the person I have always wanted to be, i.e. straightedge and pop punk. Through the use of the medium, Tumblr, I was able to get a tighter grasp on what I believe in and enjoy. Seeing all my friends in high school start drinking and smoking at a young age made me hate drugs and alcohol even more. I never really fit in with the crowd because I did not go to parties and get wasted. All of my friends thought I was a lame or “prude” because I did…

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    These factors are strong ties, which lead to genuine discussions, and a physical atmosphere that arouse our natural tendency to be curious. A person can follow or be followed by hundreds of people on Tumblr. The connections a person has with the people he or she communicates with online are not strong or meaningful. This is because he or she cannot talk to all of these online acquaintances in real life and preserve each meaningful connection at the same time; it is too difficult of a task.…

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