Feedly, what’s that?

Well, Feedly is a tool, the good kind, that helps you view things with less searching. If you're like me, you hate boring. Feedly filters websites and articles and shows you only what they know you'd be interested in. Or at least that's what I think it does. I'm still pretty new to it. To … Continue reading Feedly, what’s that?

Trying out Diigo

[Featured Image: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Diigo.svg] What's diigo? Well, according to my good friend Google, it's a website or extension used for capturing,archiving, bookmarking and highlighting on the web.   So let's try it out, shall we? I'll be doing as instructed by the professor and looking up articles on these 4 topics: Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, The Internet … Continue reading Trying out Diigo

How to properly reference your research

[Featured Image: https://giphy.com/gifs/reactiongifs-4tQmuMGdah3B6] In class we learned about the CRAAP protocol for referencing, and I know what you're thinking. Not only is referencing boring, it sounds like a load of crap. *Badum tss* What's CRAAP? Currency Relevance Authority Accuracy Purpose When doing your research, on whatever topic, it is necessary to reference what you search. To … Continue reading How to properly reference your research